St John & St Mark Church Bury
To know, grow and show the love of God
Jesus said, “If any want to become my followers, let them deny themselves, take up their cross and follow me.” My question is: “Can we do this?”
I wonder if we’d been listening to Jesus would we have recognised him as only Mary and Joseph’s boy or would we have seen something more?
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 next Sunday@Seven service is on June 27th. It will be called: ‘Let everything that has breath, praise the Lord’ led by Nigel Silvester.
We next meet for our monthly Sunday evening informal worship at 7pm on May 30th 2021. It will be called…
Coming to faith happens in different ways. For some it’s a gentle, gradual process which may happen over many years. For others, it’s sudden.
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.
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.
Our next Sunday@Seven will be on February 28th. It will be a Reflection for Lent called: “Time for a closer look” led by Nigel Silvester.
Any shortcomings would be remembered. So, difficulties with the wine supply at this particular wedding at Cana needed to be sorted.
Our next Sunday@Seven service is entitled ‘Looking forward’ and will be Zoomed on January 31st, 2021. We would love for you to join us.
John wanted to shout it out. He repeatedly uses the word ‘proclaim’, he wanted to get it out there, to tell everyone. And what was this news?
Our next Sunday@Seven service is on January 3rd, 2021. It’s called ‘Heaven invites you to a party’ – a time to celebrate the birth of Jesus.
Our next Sunday@Seven service will be October 25th and, yes, it will be at 7 pm. The theme this time is “What are you doing here” which is taken from 1 Kings 19:13
Jesus underlines his parable quoting Psalm 118. Setting himself as the cornerstone. Have we accepted him as that most important building block?
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