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Sunday services commence at 10.30.

New Year Series
From January 8th, we will be looking into that challenging New Testament book called called JAMES, which one observer noted is a "beautifully crafted punch to the gut for to those who wish to follow Jesus.

Commencing on January 8th, for 6 weeks, we will watch short videos from Bible Project on the SHEMA (“Listen, O Israel! The Lord is our God, the Lord alone. And you must love the Lord your God with all your heart, all your soul, and all your strength. Deuteronomy 6 vs 4+5).

Over the course of a month, we will receive updates about the work of Christians across the city and the world, learning about the work of the
Joint Public Issues Team (JPIT) -  a partnership between the Baptist Union of Great Britain, the Methodist Church, and the United Reformed Church, who work together for peace and justice through listening, learning, praying, speaking and acting on public policy issues. 

During the last Sunday service of each month, we share Communion with one another.





Communion is sacramental - an outward sign of an invisible grace, a sacred symbol of God's life giving love.
We become what we share, and what we share represents what we are - a blessed a, broken, thankful and shared people.
We would love to share with you at this service. 


 

We will continue to build up an altar of thanksgiving. In ancient times, some of the Patriarchs (the posh name for Abraham, Isaac, Jacob etc), after experiencing something of the goodness of God, built an altar. In time, as they retraced their steps, they would return to the altar and be reminded about the incident that caused it to be built in the first place.
We hope to make space in each service for folk to add stones to an "altar" at the front of the church as a witness to the good things God has done in our lives over the course of the past week, or answers to prays or just good things that have happened in our families or communities.



“If they kept quiet, the stones along the road would burst into cheers!”

 

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