SEEING GOD CHANGE LIVES
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Over the next few weeks and months we are going to be learning about a completely new way of being church, expressing our faith and to serving our community. Pressing into the roots of our faith we will seek to make loving God and loving our neighbour our main priority.
A NEW WAY OF BEING CHURCH
LOVING GOD AND LOVING OUR NEIGHBOUR
SUNDAYS ARE LOOKING DIFFERENT
CATCH UP HERE
It was so good to be able to share in worship with others via a LIVESTREAM. We are particularly grateful to OLLY BROWN who has set it all up for us and who manages it all so expertly!
Enjoy watching and sharing as you feel is helpful.Richard
THANKS FOR YOUR PATIENCE
THE WEBSITE IS BEING UPDATED TO HELP US IN BEING CHURCH IN A NEW WAY
WE ARE LEARNING SO MUCH ALREADY
WORSHIPPING FROM HOME
Developing new rhythms of worship and prayer as families and at home
Deepening the our care and love for one another and learning how to connect in new ways
GROWING AS DISCIPLES
Learning how to follow Jesus in a changing world and uncertain time
LOVING OUR NEIGHBOURS
Sharing our lives with others as we all face the challenges of a generation
In the days ahead we want to encourage one another to develop practices and disciplines to help us become more like Jesus. The discipline of simplicity is intentionally choosing to live simply, to eat simply, to buy less. It is the opposite of panic buying or hording. It is counter-cultural, one of the ways that we will stand out as Christians at this time, but it is freedom. Less is more
The benefits of being thankful are huge. Being grateful increases our enjoyment of things and people. In these days of scarcity, the discipline of gratitude increases our trust and transforms our mood. Worship is an antidote to fear. Gratitude leads to life. Adopt a discipline of gratitude this week by saying grace, by thanking others, by celebrating all that you have.