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Pastor Lowman led the worship session on Sunday morning. The children s talk was based on Remembrance Day and why it is celebrated annually. At 11am the church observed the two-minute silence. It was also Suffering Church Sunday and Pastor Lowman spoke f
Pastor Lowman led the worship session on Sunday morning. The children's talk was based on Remembrance Day and why it is celebrated annually. At 11am the church observed the two-minute silence.
It was also Suffering Church Sunday and Pastor Lowman spoke from Psalm 31. Prayers were said for the suffering church world-wide.
The senior alpha course at Priest Meadow Housing Scheme continues to go well, with people accepting Jesus into their lives and making a commitment to him.
Following the 5.30pm prayer meeting Tim Bellinger led the worship session at 6.30pm with Bible readings. The Pastor spoke from John 14 v.1-14 under the heading of "Heaven, what will it be like?"
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On Wednesday afternoon Pastor Terry Yaroslav led the Fellowship Hour. The Youth Group and House Groups all met during the week. On Saturday the Elders and Deacons are having an away day to pray for the church and God's guidance for the future.
At the Family Service next Sunday people are invited to bring toys for the Salvation Army to distribute to needy families in the area. The evening service will include Holy Communion. All are welcome to attend our services for a time of worship and prayer.
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