Good number met up today.
Home made cakes went down a treat.
Good company and good chats added up to a great morning.
Children's Talk: Paul wanted to obliterate Christianity. However he meets Jesus Christ. He is converted and changes into a person who preaches the Good News about Jesus. He now is persecuted and has to escape by being lowered over the city wall of Damascus in a basket.
To read this click on this link: https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Acts%209&version=ESVUK
We had a guest preacher today: Mervyn Christopher. It was great to be in church.
In the morning service. We thought about one of the outstanding members of early Christianity. He encouraged others and sold a field to help with the collection for people in need. He went on long journeys telling others about Jesus Christ. We were challenegd to be a support and encourage others.
Read this short paragraph about Barnabas [click on the link]: https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Acts+4%3A32-37&version=ESVUK
Evening Service: We all like a fresh start from time to time. Becoming a Christian is becoming new and it never gets jaded. Christians are "in Christ": Christianity is not a religion but a relationship. It's knowing God. All this possible because of Christ's death on the cross.
To read the part of the Bible we thought about tonight click on this link: https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=2+corinthians+5%3A17-21&version=NIVUK
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"Tea, Coffee, Chat" is now back in full swing after the Christmas break.
Another opportunity to catch up and meet new people.
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Children's Talk: Saul the great persecutor of Christians comes face to face with the resurrected Lord Jesus and is converted.
To read this click on this link: https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/? search=Acts+09&version=ESVUK
Morning Service: Christians in Jerusalem loved each other & they preached the resurrection of Jesus. They also became aware that God is worthy of utmost respect as two people die following being insincere in their faith.
To read this clikc on this link: https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Acts+4%3A32+-+5%3A11&version=ESVUK
Evening Service: Following his resurrection from the dead. Thomas one of Jesus' disciples refused to believe that Christ had been raised from the dead until he saw Jesus. He sees Jesus and he believes. Jesus then utters these great words, "Blessed are those who do not see yet believe" Click on this link to read this part of the Bible : https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John+20%3A19-29&version=ESVUK
Children's Talks: we heard about a man from Ethiopa [in Acts chapter 8] who believed that Jesus is the Lamb led to the slaughter. He believed and was baptised by Philip.
To read Acts chapter 8 click on this link: https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=acts+8%3A26-40&version=ESVUK
Morning service: Romans 15. When it comes to enduring and being encouraged Christians find that the Bible is key. The things written there encourage us. God works in his people so that they abound in hope - be certain that God will do that he has declared. To read Romans 15 click on this link: https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Romans+15&version=ESVUK
Evening Service: Christ is raised from the dead. The body is not in the tomb. His followers are confused - they are not expecing the resurrection. He appears first to Mary Magdalene and tells her to tell the others that he will ascend back to heaven. To read John 20 click on this link: https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=john+20&version=ESVUK
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10 - 11.30am
Tea, Coffee, Chat (Thought For The Day)
Sunday 25th February 2018
@ 10:30 am
@ 6.00 pm
Explore the Bible
@ 11:45am & 6.30 pm
"Luke chapter 6"
@ 1.45 pm
Short Informal Service (normally twice / month,
first and third Monday).
5th March 2018
14th March @ 2.30pm
Speaker: Details to follow
11th April 2018
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