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To celebrate Palm Sunday we were asked to bring paper palm leaves to pin on the church windows, each one decorated with things that make us joyful. Our young people also made a magnificent Hosanna banner to greet everyone as they leave our church building.
Our Christmas Eve service was ably led by members of our Footsteps Young People’s Group. They explored what the individual letters of the word ‘Christmas’ might mean, and even provided musical accompaniment to some of the carols. Congratulations and very well done to all those who took part!
Churches Together in Britain and Ireland are encouraging all churches, regardless of denomination, to be involved in a global prayer for mission and evangelism. The initiative is called ‘Thy Kingdom Come’, and from Saturday 27th May to Sunday 4th June churches and individuals are called to pray for communities and global situations in a wave […]
Christian Aid Week 2017 begins on Sunday 14th May. Please support all the collectors who will be out on the streets raising money for the work that is so desperately needed. And please watch this video – it will surely inspire you…
Easter gardens recreated by our young people. (Click on each photo to enlarge it.)
Have you thought of subscribing to Reform magazine? Reform is published 10 times a year by the United Reformed Church but has readers from all Christian denominations, as well as readers from other faiths and from no faith tradition. It is a fresh and challenging magazine exploring theology, ethics, personal spirituality and Christian perspectives on […]
Jeremy Dunk has written an inspiring article about his work as a Fleet Angel, which may be read by clicking this link. The Fleet Angels don’t preach, but are there to serve the vulnerable, whether they be drunk, lost, hurt or simply looking for someone to listen. Their answer, when asked why they do it, […]
A Reflection from Sheila Durbin: Some Christians today seem to find it difficult or impossible to believe that the man Jesus was also God – two natures united in one person. Indeed I suspect that if I knew more about the history of the church I should find that there is by no means an […]