What’s Happening

The Parable of the Sower

J-P spoke to us tonight from the Parable of the Sower (Matt 13:1-22). We are people created in God's image (Gen 1:27) who are sinners; we must never put ourselves on a pedestal, but must also realise that we have the capability to follow God and to lead others to God...

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Clay Pots

Stephen spoke this morning on Holy Communion from 1 Cor 11:23-26, 33. Even though at the present time we are physically apart when we share Communion, this act brings us together as we remember Christ and what He has done, and this is an opportunity for us to receive...

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Everyday Life

At the start of lockdown, my daughter-in-law would make a short video at the end of each day of thing her family had done, a two-minute clip of craft activities, learning activities, fun in the garden and mealtimes to remember this unusual time. After a week or so the...

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Talking Point

Gay Marriage (2)

The Biblical view of marriage is given in Gen 2:18-25 and is reinforced by Jesus (Matt 19:3-4, Mk 10:2-9). Marriage is between a man and a woman. There are obvious problems with the notion of homosexual marriage, the first being that homosexual practice is not...

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Gay Marriage (1)

Garry continued his 'Talking Point' series tonight, looking at the subject of gay marriage. Homosexuality is a 'hot potato' in Christian circules and it is important to stress that we are all sinners saved by grace and that God loves everyone. Jn 3:16-18 emphasises...

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Talking Point – Islam

Garry's latest 'Talking Point' sermon looked at the subject of Islam. Headlines appear almost daily in the newspapers informing us of terrorist atrocities committed by radical Muslims, and it is undoubtedly true that violent jihad is a constant of Islamic history, the...

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How We Got Here

Worship, prayer and the Word

The essentials of Christian meetings have often been summarised as worship, prayer and the Word. In Acts 2 we read that "they devoted themselves to the apostles' teaching and to the fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer." In our church, we remember the...

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Getting ready for the evening celebration

After the Open Day and tea, the rooms had to be tidied somewhat and chairs put back out in the main hall so that we could hold the evening celebration there.Here we are, practising for the meeting:People arriving:Chatting before the meeting started:Are these two...

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Beryl and Paula worked hard to decorate the church with flowers and did a great job:

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