St John & St Mark Church Bury
To know, grow and show the love of God
August 2021 Bible readings include one outside catering event after the other – and Paul explaining what a worthy life looks like.
I’m going to try and keep you awake. If I say: ‘bread from heaven’ you reply: ‘feed me now and evermore’. You get bonus point for singing.
Are you now, or have you ever been, an embarrassing parent? Do your saintly children have a ‘Ready-Brek’ aura around them?
Jesus is telling us that we must also come aside and rest awhile. To slow down and pay attention to our own hearts, our own movements.
Our next Sunday@Seven service is July 25th, 2021. It will be called: ‘All at Sea’ where Nigel will be looking at some biblical sea voyages.
Our July and August 2021 magazine has news, prayers and reflections. There is also an article on the Manchester Diocese 10-year vision.
The July 2021 Bible readings include stubborn people, unbelief, plumb-lines, adoption, shepherds – and a mother making a special request.
So, next time that you’re interrupted… just pause a second… before you decide what to do next. Pause before you decide how to respond.
We need a nudge to remember that there are other people in other boats out there when we’re in a storm – and Jesus calms it for them too.
Do not be afraid may be the most common phrase in the scriptures, but we know that we have been afraid; and we will be again.
Our next Sunday@Seven service is on June 27th. It will be called: ‘Let everything that has breath, praise the Lord’ led by Nigel Silvester.
The kingdom of God is like a gardener. But this gardener doesn’t exactly seem to be pushing himself. He throws some seed and goes back to bed
Our June 2021 church magazine includes news and updates plus a piece on Stewardship and information on the new Manchester Deaneries.
The June 2021 Bible readings include God in a garden, whirlwinds, mustard seeds, rough seas – and one healing interrupted by another.
Most of us rarely face real danger. There is stress, perhaps, but actual danger, not so much. However, sometimes life changes.
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