The D-Day of Redemption

The birth of Christ is the beach head of the great plan of salvation that God planned from the beginning. This Christmas we are so thankful that the offer of peace to all men is still available to us all.

It was a joy to be together this morning, to read the enduring account of Christ’s birth from Luke’s gospel, and to speak about the significance of the Angel’s Message: Jesus’ B-Day is Redemption’s D-Day.

On behalf of everyone at North Bradley Baptist Church, we wish you a very merry Christmas.

Christmas – the Darkside

Without being overly negative about Christmas it has to be said, there is a dark side. I am not referring to the consumerism, hedonism, and nihilism that can pervade this time of year, but the actual account we find in Scripture.

It is good to remember that the best thing that ever happened, happened at the worst possible time.

The reading was from Matthew 2, and the sermon recording can be found here: Who is your King?



Family Service, and Dad’s Bacon Butty Drop in.

This weekend we have lots on. The Signposts Club have their last rehearsal before they do their play at the morning service on Sunday.

We are asking parents/carers to bring their children dressed in Nativity costumes for Sunday morning even if they are not actually taking part (we’ll find something for them to do).

Then there is the TOAST  Christmas club, the last before they all break up from school tonight.

Saturday morning, there is a drop in for Dads with their younger kids for a couple of hours to give everyone at home a bit of space.

Then Sunday night we go up to St. Nicholas’, the parish Church for their Carol evening.

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