During Lent, one of our members has led us in a series of Wednesday evening reflections on the way to the cross - a group ranging from 8-12 people has met at 9p.m. in an upstairs room to listen for God's voice and to pray. It has been very special, very meaningful and, as is the way of these things, when God's Spirit is given reign, has connected with morning and evening Sunday services, without any manipulation or communication on the part of the people leading.
Each Wednesday evening has closed with a sung version of these words from Albert Schweitzer:
He comes to us as One unknown, without a name, as of old, by the lakeside, He came to those who knew him not.
He speaks to us the same word, "Follow thou me!"
He sets us to the tasks which He has to fulfil four our time.
He commands, and to those who obey Him, whether they be wise or simple, He will reveal Himself in their toils, the conflicts they shall pass through in his fellowship.
As an ineffable mystery, they shall learn in their experience who He is.
(From The Quest of the Historical Jesus (p403 (evidently)))