Countess Freechurch

PUBLISHED: 17:35 03 August 2006 | UPDATED: 11:56 04 May 2010

Pastor Lowman led the Family Service on Sunday morning which launched the Holiday Club that has taken place all this week. In the evening Pastor Lowman continued his study on Genesis 4. Louise Lomasx led the praise/worship and inetecessory prayers. The Ho

Pastor Lowman led the Family Service on Sunday morning which launched the Holiday Club that has taken place all this week. In the evening Pastor Lowman continued his study on Genesis 4. Louise Lomasx led the praise/worship and inetecessory prayers. The Holiday Club was based on the story of Joseph and entitled 'Pyramid Rock'. The church was decorated with scenery made to depict ancient Egypt. Around 90 children attended each morning participating in singing, drama and handicrafts. Tonight (Thursday) families of children who attended are invited to go along to the church and see what the children have been doing. The service next Sunday morning will be led by John Baldock. Holy Communion will be celebrated. In the evening Pastor Lowman will continue with Genesis 4. Anyone who would like to join in with us at either one of the services will receive a very warm wecome.

Olive Tree Fellowship

There was no service at the church on Sunday as many of us were away at the annual camp of the church network we belong to, the Barnabas Fellowship of Churches. This Sunday at 10.30a.m. we will be celebrating the time we had there, and drawing together our responses to what we learned. This will be led by the Pastor. The service will include Holy Communion. Crèche and Sunday School will be provided. All are welcome.


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