We thought you might like to hear some of their singing, we certainly did.
Light of the World.
‘Facing Fears’ is a new course that gets right to the heart of anxiety.
Over 4 weeks it addresses the thought processes, physical symptoms and sustaining behaviours of our anxiety.
Booking is essential as places are limited.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to book or call 07900 256937
Services this Christmas are going to be held on the 20th at 10:30 for our Family Carol service (children welcome in nativity costumes!), and at 5:00pm for the Village nine lessons and carols service. Then, on the 25th at 10:00am there’s a short Christmas service (there is a tree so if families want to bring something for the children to open afterwards, that’ll be fine).
Mince pies all round! Hope to see you.
Join us today to hear about our God and King who brings life as a gift freely given. In the morning our service starts at 10:30 with our Pastor Ben speaking on Ephesians 1:1-15, and this evening we will be continuing our series in Deuteronomy.
Tonight at 7.30pm – Christianity Explored @ NBBC
Our next 7 week Christianity Explored course starts @ NBBC on Thursday 5th November 2015 at 7.30pm. Come and ask any question you want in a relaxed and informal environment, or just sit and listen if you prefer.
To book a place, please call Richard on 07802 501968 or email email@example.com
This year saw our second women’s conference ably lead by Catherine who delivered three sessions on the subject – Beauty through Brokenness. It was a real privilege to host so many who joined together for what proved to be an important meeting.
The recordings are available now to listen to on-line or download and be accessed here:
Session1: Emotions: mirrors of the heart.
Session 3: His beauty through our brokenness.
Can a letter written 2,000 years ago and a sermon spoken more than three thousand years ago have any relevance to us?
Join us this Sunday to find out: in the morning we will be starting a new study in Ephesians ( a letter written 2,000 years ago), and in the evening we will be continuing our study in Deuteronomy (a sermon delivered by Moses to the people of Israel).
Ephesians stands as one of the great towering letters of Paul, the first of his ‘general’ epistles found in scripture. Addressed less specifically to one congregation and their particular situation and more widely to the issues faced by the many, its appeal is obvious. At heart there is the concern that Christians of any and all backgrounds do not see themselves as anything less than full and entitled members of Christ’s body. Jesus the King presides over an impartial kingdom where all His citizens have absolute equality in His sight.
“…there is no partiality with Him”. – Ephesians 6:9
The series begins this Sunday.
Join us this week at 10:30am and 6pm. In the morning in the morning we will be continuing our study in Acts and in the evening we will be continuing with Deuteronomy.
Remember last weeks sermons are available on-line, including the evening study on Deuteronomy on the subject of giants – perhaps we should have sent that to the England team….
Join us tomorrow at 10:30 am and 6:30pm as we continue our studies in Acts in the morning and Deuteronomy in the evening.