Lightbulb moments

People talk about ‘lightbulb moments’, those times when it’s as if the light goes on and understanding dawns, maybe for the first time, maybe in a new way. As a teacher, it’s one of my greatest privileges when I see those moments in a...

December & January dates

Christmas this year falls on a Sunday, so there are some slight alterations to times of services. Services will be held on 4th, 11th and 18th December at the usual times of 10.30 a.m. and 6.00 p.m. There will be no family service this month because there will be quite...

The Tower of Babel

Stephen continued his journey through Genesis last night. After the flood, God established a covenant with Noah and his descendants and we then go on to read the account of Shem, Ham and Japheth, his sons, who themselves had sons (Gen 10:1). The account of...

Feet

Mark continued his series looking at different parts of Jesus’s body this morning. Having looked at the face of Jesus and the hands of Jesus, today it was the turn of His feet! Feet are not usually thought of as particularly glamorous. In our cool British...

Worship in action

Last night’s Bible study looked at Romans 12:9-13. This section reads like a bullet point list of imperatives: short, pithy commands that are easy enough to understand but take a lifetime to learn how to put into practice! Garry likened this section to a...