Fairfield Church 17th September 2017

We are looking forward to welcoming John, Peter and Julie to Fairfield Church, Evesham on Sunday morning as our Chief Breakfast Cooks and Worship Leaders!  Julie sources some remarkable sausages so I’m a bit excited about that.

Last week, Ruth Axten provided more wonderful children’s worship, including, no less a table tennis table!

The worship band will be a quiet affair this week with possible just Sarah on guitar and vocals, but we’re also sort of hoping that Julie may pop in to provide much loved percussion… Julie?

There will too of course be questions and prayers – we are a church after all!

Almost back in full flow now after the August holiday… Playlist below

Also the calendar is being updated so check it out for our latest activities…



Incidentally, it is back to church on Sunday, anyone you know who hasn’t been for a while who would love our community?


The reading is:

Matthew 18:21-35 The Message
A Story About Forgiveness

21 At that point Peter got up the nerve to ask, “Master, how many times do I forgive a brother or sister who hurts me? Seven?”

22 Jesus replied, “Seven! Hardly. Try seventy times seven.

23-25 “The kingdom of God is like a king who decided to square accounts with his servants. As he got under way, one servant was brought before him who had run up a debt of a hundred thousand dollars. He couldn’t pay up, so the king ordered the man, along with his wife, children, and goods, to be auctioned off at the slave market.

26-27 “The poor wretch threw himself at the king’s feet and begged, ‘Give me a chance and I’ll pay it all back.’ Touched by his plea, the king let him off, erasing the debt.

28 “The servant was no sooner out of the room when he came upon one of his fellow servants who owed him ten dollars. He seized him by the throat and demanded, ‘Pay up. Now!’

29-31 “The poor wretch threw himself down and begged, ‘Give me a chance and I’ll pay it all back.’ But he wouldn’t do it. He had him arrested and put in jail until the debt was paid. When the other servants saw this going on, they were outraged and brought a detailed report to the king.

32-35 “The king summoned the man and said, ‘You evil servant! I forgave your entire debt when you begged me for mercy. Shouldn’t you be compelled to be merciful to your fellow servant who asked for mercy?’ The king was furious and put the screws to the man until he paid back his entire debt. And that’s exactly what my Father in heaven is going to do to each one of you who doesn’t forgive unconditionally anyone who asks for mercy.”


See you on Sunday!