What’s Happening

Fruitful In Suffering

Many fabrics today are made of several materials: polycotton is made combining strands of cotton and polyester, for example, a combinatin which makes an extremely versatile fabric, since cotton is noted for its softness and moisture absorption, whilst polyester is...

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A Promise of Peace

Dave spoke tonight from John 14:25-27, where Jesus promised to leave His peace to His disciples, 'peace not as the world gives'. So often, the media focus seems to be on all that is negative ('all doom and gloom', as they say), but Jesus promised a peace that is not...

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God In Everything

Stephen spoke this morning from Acts 17:24-28. So often we take God for granted and our Christian life becomes mere habit. In this passage, Paul explores God's greatness and omnipotence, reminding us that He is the creator of the whole world (Acts 17:24) and is not...

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Talking Point

Get Wet For God!

My granddaughter has recently discovered the joys of a warm summer and public fountains... At the same time, however, she was initially nervous of these fountains because they were pre-programmed to disperse water at different speeds and heights and she was wary. She...

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Transgender Issues

Garry continued his 'Talking Point' series tonight, looking at transgender issues. Gender is generally understood as 'the state of being male or female', and transgender is defined as 'denoting or relating to a person whose sense of personal identity and gender does...

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Paid On The Nail

Graham Kendrick captures the value of an individual in this song: 'Is a rich man worth more than a poor man? A stranger worth less than a friend? Is a baby worth more than an old man? Your beginning worth more than your end? Is a president worth more than his...

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How We Got Here

Months later…

Do you ever reach the end of a book where all the strands are neatly tied together and wonder 'what happens next?' to the characters?I love books which feature the same characters, as essentially I get engrossed with them and want to know how things work out for them,...

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New blog!

This blog will soon be running out of things to say, since it was created specifically to chart the progress of the church as it renovated St Mark's. Once I've got all the details down about the Open Day, I won't be posting here any more.But do not despair! The church...

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A House of Prayer

One of our prayers is that the new building will indeed become a house of prayer. At the Open Day, we listed the many answers to prayer we have seen over the journey to acquire St Mark's and renovate the building, and we look forward to recording many more answers.A...

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