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Our May 2021 church magazine is our Pentecost edition and includes articles on the Ascension, Rogation and ‘Thy Kingdom Come 2021’.
Our May 2021 bible readings have a chariot, a vine, lots of abiding, fruit, tongues of fire, seraphs – and an only begotten Son…
We next meet for our Sunday evening informal worship at 7pm on April 25th. It will be called ‘Running the Race’, led by Nigel Silvester.
Seeing is believing. Or is it? Do we believe everything we read in the newspapers or see on television or on film. Not always and rightly so.
Thomas’ insistence on testing the truth made it possible for us to believe in the resurrection, to give us assurance, to accept Jesus’ words.
Mark the brief. Mark the sometimes hasty; Mark who gets to the point and gets there quickly. And the point is: HE HAS BEEN RAISED!
Is your least favourite time of the church year Maundy Thursday? And for no other reason than because it’s the ‘Washing of Feet Day’?
Did you notice something un-expected in our Gospel reading today from Mark? Frankly, Jesus acts like he’s a day-tripping tourist.
You are warmly invited to join us as we journey through Holy Week. Readings, meditations, prayers and songs – Palm Sunday to Maundy Thursday.
Welcome to our April 2021 church magazine, which is our Easter edition. It contains news and updates plus reflections and prayers for Easter.
The April 2021 Bible readings include a rolling stone, a risen Lord, believers sharing resources, Thomas being honest and Peter preaching.
Jeremiah isn’t often known for hope and consolation. Indeed he has a reputation for being a miserable so-and-so, mournful and sorrowful.
For most folk it’s Mother’s Day and mums are waiting to be thanked, treated and loved. Quite right too, as there is nobody like your mum.
Slashing aid to Yemen, a country on the brink of famine, is a betrayal of Britain’s claim to global leadership and of British values. Oxfam
We next meet for our Sunday evening worship at 7pm on March 28th, Palm Sunday. It will be called: “Making an Entrance” led by Nigel Silvester.
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