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August 11, 2014 — Leave a comment


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newsheet 2014.08.17



followed by Picnic on the Common

Sunday 06 July 09.30-10.15
Come and join us for some creative and informal worship this Sunday morning


Accompanied by coffee, fruit and toast.

Please bring a rug and and a picnic and join us on the common afterwards.


June 7, 2014 — Leave a comment



Come Holy Spirit: join us Sunday 8th at 11.00am.

people-primaryFAMILY SERVICE

Sunday 01 June 09.30-10.15
Come and join us for some creative and informal worship


Accompanied by coffee
& followed with fruit and toast.

daily readings

May 19, 2014 — Leave a comment


19 May – 24 May

M Luke 4.38-end: some had just tried to kill Jesus (29); others can’t leave him alone (42); how does Jesus deal with stress & busyness generated by others? And how do you?

T Luke 5.1-11: a massive catch of fish was like a bonus pay day for Simon; so what do you make of his reaction (8) and his subsequent decision (11)?

W Luke 5.12-26: Jesus knows others disapprove of him but he doesn’t stop doing what he knows he can (22-25); how much are your choices condition by others?

T Luke 5.27-end: Jesus appears to keep bad company; the religious crowd disapprove.  What are they really afraid of and what can we learn from Jesus?

F Luke 6.1-11: feeding hungry people and healing poorly ones…or sticking to the rules about Sabbath observance; which is real worship and why?

S Luke 6.12-26: which describes you better: verses 20-21 or verses 24-25; how similar or different is Jesus’ idea of what blessing looks like to yours?

table top sale

May 12, 2014 — Leave a comment



For individuals/families: £15.00 per table
For businesses: £20.00 per table plus 10% of profits on the day

To book please call the church office.


Come along between 10 and 3 to pick up a bargain and enjoy fresh coffee and home made cakes.


12 May – 18 May 2014

M Luke 2.41-end: Jesus lived obediently with his parents; how do you view the idea of obedience and how do you practice it in relation to God?

T Luke 3.1-14: through John, the voice of God speaks out of the wilderness; what sort of God would choose to address us from the margins?

W Luke 3.15-22: when truth speaks to power, Herod imprisons John; remember those who stand up for truth and justice; ask God to give them courage.

T Luke 4.1-13: Jesus fasts from food; in a consumer society such as ours, what are the benefits of fasting – for you, for others, for the environment?

F Luke 4.14-30: although he proves popular at first, Jesus refuses to be flattered (22); what are the dangers of flattery and how prone are you to them?

S Luke 4.31-37: Jesus does not fear evil, instead evil fears him; what is your biggest fear and how might the presence of Jesus be able to transform it?