Ascension Day reminded us that not only has Jesus risen but He is ascended into heaven and ruling over earth. He should be our King and we should be deferring to His will in our lives. It’s so easy to pay token respect rather than life-changing respect – let’s encourage one another as we learn to follow in the master’s footsteps.
Our evening services are gathering momentum at the moment – if you haven’t been to one and you enjoy a quieter, shorter and more reflective service then they might just tick the box for you. We studied prayer over the season of lent and have looked at topics as varied as God’s design on our lives to David Cameron’s Easter message as he reinforced the Christian nature of the UK. Do come and see what we get up to.
We hosted an Oxfam Tea & Coffee Day on Friday, May 22nd and raised around $150. We also launched a Christian bookstall so if you have any birthdays coming up we have a whole selection of ideas available to you.
In June we have a creative exhibition when we want to show off anything made by anyone in the parish – old or young, talented or enthusiastic! We are reminding ourselves that our God is creative. So, if you have drawn anything, made anything, painted anything or even cooked anything – let us know and we would love to exhibit it. You can sell it if you want to or exhibit it and collect it after the day. Recent creations or ancient creations – all welcome.
Looking forward to seeing you soon – maybe at coffee, maybe at the exhibition or maybe at a service,
Monday – Wednesday : 10 am – 12 noon
Sunday : 8 am – 12 noon & 6.30 pm – 8pm
13 JUNE 10 am – 3 pm
The Big Bake-off