237 years is quite an innings. Here’s a few photos from the bonfire party we had to celebrate, and sermon recordings from John Edmonds from Freshbrook Evangelical Church in Swindon who came to speak here on the Sunday.
Over recent weeks we’ve become aware of some projects we need to make a move on. There is the growing number of youngsters on Sunday mornings which means we are no longer meeting the need with Continue reading “Work Day, and Bonfire Night”
I know things aren’t as rosy as they seemed back in good old 2008, but despite the recession we still have a lot to be thankful for.
Harvest is a time to remember that and not to forget those who are less fortunate. God cares for us in each an every circumstance of life.
On Sunday we want to encourage everyone to come along and bring food (non-perishables please) to be donated to the Storehouse homeless project in Trowbridge, then join us all for a simple but hot thanksgiving lunch, after spending time considering what really matters in this day and age, and through out all time.
You can download the service sheet here: Harvest Service sheet.
The idea is simple, a good, inexpensive meal served hot, with two courses and coffee (should be a roast this time) and some good company. Continue reading “Autumn Lunch Club”
Due in part to the need to comply with current Charity Commission regulations, and also for our own internal ease, it became clear that we were needing to significantly update our Church Rules, and adopt for the first time a proper Constitution. Continue reading “Constitution Sunday”
We are really thankful that two of the young people here had given their lives to the Lord, and wanted to obey Jesus’ command to be baptised. (We practice full immersion baptism of believer’s here)
Lots of people came along and it was great to be able to welcome so many Continue reading “Baptism Report”
Church history is a bit lost on some folk, but it never ceases to amaze me when you think about what it might have been like to grow up at a different time. How did people try to work out their Christianity under such different circumstances?
Today, Robert Oliver at the minister’s fraternal at Bradford introduced us to the life of William Kiffin who I had never heard of. His dates are 1616-1701, and one is bound to think, what’s that to me?
What I came to think however, was just how much this man had shaped my, and probably your life. Continue reading “William Kiffin and the Bradford Minister’s Fraternal”