Our morning worship today was conducted entirely by our young people’s group, Footsteps. What an inspiring service it was! Members of this group range in age from 6 to 15, and they have spent several weeks producing a special banner for the church to illustrate the theme, ‘Walking the Way’. Inspired by colourful Latin American […]
Our young people had to work hard to find their chocolate eggs on Easter Day. First they had various Bible readings to look up in order to find clues to where the eggs were hidden. Then into the Sanctuary to discover the hiding places. By then the eggs were well and truly appreciated!
A message from Andy Braunston, Coordinator of the URC Daily Devotions Project: Lent starts tomorrow – traditionally a six week period of preparation for Easter marked, before the Reformation, by fasting from meat and dairy products – Orthodox Christians still do this. Many of us try and give something up for Lent, others try and […]
The young people in ‘Footsteps’ this morning studied these words of Jesus: Are not two sparrows sold for a penny? Yet not one of them will fall to the ground unperceived by your Father. And even the hairs of your head are all counted. So do not be afraid; you are of more value than […]
Easter gardens recreated by our young people. (Click on each photo to enlarge it.)
Morning worship last Sunday was led by members of the FACCTS Team (Fleet and Crookham Churches Together in Schools). The Team wanted to tell us about the things they do with children when they go into the schools, which includes acting out Bible stories. Two impromptu stories were then demonstrated by the Team, helped out […]
At yesterday’s morning service the 8th Fleet Brownies gave a lively interpretation of the story of Esther and the Jewish Festival of Purim, which is celebrated this year on 15/16 March.
Some photos from our Commissioning Service for the Leaders and Helpers of the Junior Church. (See Commissioning Service – Report.) Commissioning of Leaders and Helpers In our church every age group is represented – from ages one to ten, and every decade from twenty to ninety! Children’s banner depicting the story of Joseph and his […]
Our Church windows have been decorated by church groups and individuals, and illustrate their different interpretations of the Christmas story.