Palm Sunday's Children's Talk: WE told the story of the first Palm Sunday. Jesus Christ rides into Jerusalem, as God's King. The crowd shouts their praise: "Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord, Hosanna to the Son of David"
Morning Service: Revelation 19 describes the glory of Jesus Christ as King of king and Lords of lords. He is faithful and true as the Word of God. With his word he will subdue evil.
To read Revelation 19 follow this link:
Evening Service: When Jesus Christ rode into Jerusalem the crowds shouted that he was a prophet and the Messiah[the Son of David]. He tells all we need to know about God and is the Messiah, who will suffer and die.
To read this follow this link:
"What a great place to come to!" was one of the comments as we came to an end, this morning.
Yes it is! A very friendly and relaxing morning. Delicious cakes, well made tea and coffee!. Plenty of relaxed and friendly conversation.
Please join us if you wish. You'll have a warm welcome.
Children's Talk: Paul and Barnabas prepare for the first missionary journey. They will face danger, have many adventures and many people will believe the Good News about Jesus.
To read this click on this link:
Morning Service: Acts chapter 9 v 16-31 tells us what happened to Saul, the great persecutor, following his conversion. He boldly proclaims that Jesus is the Son of God. This makes him a marked man and he has to escape in a basket over the wall of Damascus. He lived the rest of his life telling others the Good News and often having to run for his life.
This link will take you to Acts chapter 9:
Evening Service [Exodus Chapter 16]: The Israelites have been rescued from certain death as slaves by the Lord. They soon forget his power, goodness and promises. They are hungry in the wilderness so they grumble against the Lord. He provides bread from heaven [manna] and quail as food. Jesus Christ uses this to explain his role as Messiah. He is the only one who can deal with our deep down spiritual hunger and restlessness.
This link will take you to Exodus Chapter 16:
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Children's Talk: As it was Mother's Day or Mothering Sunday we concentrated on Hannah, one of the Bible's great mothers. She couldn't have children. She prayed and God gave her a son. In keeping with he promise to God she dedicated her son, Samuel, to work with the priests. He became one of Israel's greatest prophets.
This link will take you to 1 Samuel 1:
Morning Service: Matthew Jones was our visiting preacher. We concentrated on the benefits of trusting Jesus Christ: peace with God, access to God and hope that does not disappoint.
This link will take you to Romans chapter 5:
Huw Jones was our visiting preacher. Jonah trying to run away from God shows us how pointless this is and how gracious God is. He restores Jonah.
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As always a great time was had by all. It was lovely to see two new faces.
Tea, coffee, chat and good homemade cakes: what more do you need for a very pleasant morning.
There's a warm welcome for anyone wishing to join us.
Speaker today was Betty Havard. She took us through the incident where Jesus re-instates peter the disciple, who had denied him.
As it was March we sang a hymn, which is a prayer asking God to bless Wales.
It was lovely to see new faces joining us.
Children's Talk: Peter, follower of Jesus Christ, is put into prison because of his faithfulness. He is chained to soldiers. He is remarkably rescued during the night by an angel of God.
This link will take you to Acts chapter 12:
Saul the Persecutor is Converted: Saul hates Jesus Christ and Christians. He wants to harm them. Yet he comes face to face with Jesus on the road to Damascus. He is humbled. He is converted. The great persecutor is changed and telling the Good News his life's goal & work.
Acts chapter 9 tells us what happened. This link will take you there:
Evening Service: By opening the sea and delivering his people from their enemies God shows that he is reliable and trustworthy. This deliverance meant defeat for his people's enemies. The cross of Jesus Christ is rescue and deliverance as sin is defeated.
Read Exodus 14 by clicking on this link:
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Creation: We looked at what the Bible says about creation. God created the heavens and the Earth. The account of creation in Genesis 1 highlights the fact that human beings have been created in the image of God; created to know, worship and have relationship with Him.
This link will take you to read Genesis 1
Once again this proved to be a pleasant time together. Home made sponge, sausage rolls and Welsh cakes went down well. Good conversation about all kinds of issues e.g "2.8 million year" old jaw-bones, electronics and the General Election.
There's a warm welcome for all to join us. Where else, in Dafen, can you get tea, coffee, top quality home cooking and wonderful company for free.
Children's Talk: thinking about Dewi Sant. He did so much to promote the Good News about Jesus in Wales. he told others and trained his monks to tell others. As a nation we owe him a great debt.
Morning Service: In Acts chapter 8 we read about the baptism of a high ranking Ethiopian. He is a religious man, who believes in God. He is reading a prophecy that tell us that the messiah will suffer for others and die. He believes that this refers to Jesus Christ and is baptised. To read Acts 8 click on this link:
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Evening Service: In Exodus chapter 13-14 it seems as if God has sent the Israelites the wrong. They are escaping from Egypt and going in the direction that God leads them brings them into a trap. The Red Sea is in front of them and the Egyptian army behind them. They face slaughter and death. Yet God is true to his promises and they are delivered. God never deserts his people & he never forgets his promises. On the First Good Friday it looked as if Jesus has taken the wrong option as he hangs on the cross but God is in Christ reconciling the world to himself.
To read this click on this link: https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Exodus+13%3A14-14%3A14&version=ESVUK
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July 15th @ 10.30 am,
1 John 5:18,
Protected until eternity
@ 6.00 pm
Jephthah's hasty vow
Sunday 22nd July 2018
@ 10.30 am,
@ 6.00 pm
@ 1.45 pm
Short Informal Service (normally twice / month,
first and third Monday).
10 - 11.30am
Tea, Coffee, Chat (Thought For The Day)
Explore the Bible
@ 11:45am & 6.30 pm
"Luke chapter 7
12th September @ 2.30pm
Speaker: Details to follow
Details to follow