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Worship at Home
Michael Cleere brings Church to you, whether you're housebound, sick or can't make it to church this Sunday morning. With worship, reflections and your weekly Bible challenge.
Somebody has described the sick and the housebound as "the artistocracy in the Kingdom of God". Perhaps that explains why they get three hours of their own each Sunday morning on Premier, and they make up the UK's largest Sunday morning congregation in the great Cathedral of the Air. But Worship at Home is not just for those who can't make it to church - it's for everyone. Your worship leader, Michael Cleere, brings his unique blend of wit and wisdom to the programme, and you're guaranteed not to nod off.
Worship at Home - your weekly injection of life-giving hope, your spiritual shot in the arm, your three hours of wit, worship, and wisdom to last an eternity.
10.10 The Sunday Papers - an early look at what's making the news.
10.20 The Sunday Story - a wisdom tale or contemporary parable to leave you thinking. Michael has shared more than 300 so far from his story bank and there's often a surprising twist in store.
10.30 The Sunday Sermon - from Duke Street Church, Richmond-Upon-Thames. Words to comfort the afflicted, and afflict the comfortable.
11.10 The Ultimate Christian Quiz - a different question each week on various aspects of Christianity past and present, or a Bible-based challenge, with some great prizes to be won. Straight-forward questions to which there's only one acceptable answer.
11.20 Forbes on Faith - Patrick Forbes drops by to deliver his unique wisdom and insight on another topical theme.
11.30 Words in Season - the thoughts of some great minds, past and present. It's a different theme each Sunday and you'll stock up on spiritual food for the week ahead.
11.40 Living Light - from the Nationwide Christian Trust.
11.50 Comedy Cut - the greats of stand-up and situation comedy dish out the laughter medicine. All in the best possible taste, of course. These Sundays Tim Vine is our comedian in residence.
12.05 The Hymn Prayer Sandwich - The Worship Hour begins with a timeless classic hymn either side of a prayer for the day.
12.25 Thought for the Weak - Michael offers his own insights into a different Bible passage each week and its meaning for today.
11.50 The Laughter Medicine - more from the Worship at Home gallery of good humour to set you up for the week, and all because "A cheerful heart is good medicine" (Proverbs 17:22).