Fun for ALL ages. Traditional party games, food and entertainment. Please sign the list at the back of church if you plan to come and indicate if you are bringing food.
This session combines C1 and C2 to explore safeguarding in the church context, what abuse is and how to respond and report it. The session also looks at the responsibilities of various roles and the implementation of safeguarding practices and procedures. Follow the website link on the right to sign up!
Life Explored is a seven session course that makes use of stunning videos shot all over the globe. The course explores the big plot-line of the Bible and exposes the little gods that promise us so much happiness, yet deliver so little. This course is perfect for those who know little about the Christian faith, would like a brush up on the basics, or are thinking of getting confirmed.
Abuse, in all its forms, is a growing concern, and it is important for us to think through how we can best walk with, and support, women who have experienced abuse. To help us to do this we will be reading and discussing the book “Bringing Christ to Abused Women: Learning to See and Respond” by Diane Langberg. Books are available from the back of both churches for £2 each. All women are welcome to come on Tuesday 20th February…
Sharing your faith with a friend, neighbour, colleague, or family member can be scary. Where do we start? What do we say? Mark Greene from LICC (The London Institute for Contemporary Christianity) has been reflecting on this for many years and supports churches across the country. LICC has produced a whole range of simple to use resources, has a fabulous website (www.licc.org.uk) and has done a great deal of profound thinking about proclamation in the 21st Century. On the evening…
As we approach Easter, we will be considering the difference that the events of Easter make in our day-to-day lives, by reading “The Resurrection in Your Life” by Mike McKinley. Books are available at the back of both churches for £2 each. All ladies welcome.