To know, grow and show the love of God
Jesus first miracle was performed at the wedding at Cana. And, on the face of it, it’s an odd choice. So, what we are to learn from this?
Our first Sunday evening worship service of the year will be at 7pm on January 30th, 2022. The theme this time is: ‘What a Revelation’. The service will be led by Nigel Silvester.
In our reading from Matthew, the Magi, whether they were wise men or wise women, took great risks and made great effort to seek out Jesus.
No stars or shepherds, no angels, no baby in a manger; but it is the Christmas Story, and it brings enough blessings to last a lifetime.
Perhaps we all need to be more expressive in our greetings and relationships to reflect the good news and the blessings we have received.
Or maybe, she had the confidence and strength now to be the person who she needed to be. Strength to be a sanctuary for someone very special.
If our welcome is to work, if it’s to change things for people and yes, bring them back again, it has to be accepting and affirming of all.
We’re having another Coffee Morning today – this time with a Book Fair! So, there will be lots more pre-loved…
Which local valleys would you fill and which hills would you make low? For this is a word of God for us here and now, in this time and place.
The young man eventually did gain nobility. Judi discovered that her family tree included someone who had lived in the real Elsinore Castle.
Here is our bumper Christmas edition December and January magazine. The paper version can be found in church and we’d love to see you there!
December 2021 bible readings include messengers, John in the wilderness, rejoicing & Elizabeth’s hospitality to an unmarried, pregnant girl.
For the first time in about 2 years, we’re having a Coffee Morning! There will be books, toys, jigsaws, cards,…
A free Christmas Dinner is available from Bury Parish Church Hall on Christmas Day, December 25th. Contact 07855 306 074 to order your meal.
The Kingdom of God is around us and within us. It beckons us to live by its vision and values now, not some point in the future. Pius XI was right…
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