Service Review: 5th June 2016

The service was fairly unstructured - this was good in the sense that it provided something a bit different and kept the congregation on it's toes so to speak.

We think some structured services are worthwhile though to preserve a sense of tradition (like with communion) and to help those new to the Triangle i.e. learning a new way of worship.

Hymns - it's always refreshing to learn new songs and it's really good having the choir and band there to help us out.

The Bible reading - Rev Philip was great at breaking down the text; explaining each part and what it meant. Although it was beneficial to focus on just one reading this time, the format of having two is important as it makes sure we are learning about the Old as well as the New testament.

Kindly written by Lexie Dando.

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Service Review: 5th June 2016

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