take care, stay safe, God bless
Our next Sunday@Seven service will be on July 26th 2020. Our theme this time will be ‘Come to the waters’. Water plays a big part in the Bible. There’s often too much of it or too little of it!
Doesn’t that sound wonderful? Rest. An easy yoke. A light burden. Sounds almost too good to be true, in today’s rapid-fire, high-pressure, no-excuses world.
This wonderful Cartoon of Beatitudes for a global pandemic appeared in the Church Times. It’s reproduced here with grateful thanks to Dave Walker.
From next Sunday, July 12th, we will be back worshiping in church! We will have just the one service, at 11am. Christ Church will have an earlier service at 10am.
Welcome to our church lock-down recipe #6. It’s for a flourless Chocolate Cake. Yeah, we thought #5 would be the last one too, but we had a special request to bring this one to you.
Jesus had told his disciples: “go, make disciples of all nations, baptising them and teaching them”. Jesus was saying: “Tell everyone. It’s good to talk!”
It was 8pm and it was a Thursday. Jesus was stood outside the front door at the time, applauding the key workers…
The events of Spring 2020 will remain long in the memory and its effects will impact upon our world for many years to come. As we wished everyone Happy New Year six months ago, we were blissfully unaware of what was to lie ahead.
Following the recent government announcement we hope to open our churches for public worship shortly. Most of us will be a little heavier and a little hairier than when we last met together!
In the July 2020 Bible readings we have donkeys, eating and drinking, rain, snow, seeds being sown, weeds, yeast, pearls and fishing nets…
Jesus says: “I am sending you out like sheep among wolves”. When the going gets tough, you are going to have to dig-in. You must prepare to be different.
Here’s our June 21st newsletter, which is Father’s Day in the UK. Our churches are open for individual prayer. However, all public worship continues to be suspended until further notice.
Welcome to our church lock-down recipe #5. We know these as Coffee Oat biscuits, though there may be other names for them! This will be our last recipe – unless we get any special requests!
Here’s an update from the Bury Children’s Trust, which brings together partners from a wide range of agencies with a shared commitment to helping children and young people be the best that they can;
This June 14th Newsletter gives the great news that from Monday June 15th churches can be open for individual prayer. However, all public worship continues to be suspended until further notice.
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