Olive Tree Fellowship

PUBLISHED: 11:29 17 August 2006 | UPDATED: 11:59 04 May 2010

SUNDAY morning s service began with prayer for peace in Israel and Lebanon, and thanksgiving for recent deliverance from major acts of terrorism. Caleb Smit ministered to us in song – only his second public performance. He later brought a short address –

SUNDAY morning's service began with prayer for peace in Israel and Lebanon, and thanksgiving for recent deliverance from major acts of terrorism. Caleb Smit ministered to us in song - only his second public performance. He later brought a short address - his first preach (at the age of 15). As his message was challenging as well as encouraging, we took time to reflect on it, and then to share together our responses. This was a really fruitful time.

Sunday service: 10.30am - including Holy Communion. The pastor will speak on the dangers of an uncontrolled tongue. Crèche and Sunday School will be available. All are welcome.


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