Olive Tree Fellowship

AS people shared scriptures, offered prayers, and started songs, we found the focus of our Sunday worship turning to the majesty of our God, and His being the source of our strength and security. Our celebration of Holy Communion also dwelt on those aspec

AS people shared scriptures, offered prayers, and started songs, we found the focus of our Sunday worship turning to the majesty of our God, and His being the source of our strength and security. Our celebration of Holy Communion also dwelt on those aspects of the saving grace of our Lord. Liz Brandon's sermon drew many lessons from the story of Gideon, and we were greatly encouraged by what we felt God was saying to us about our call and our potential in Him. A fruitful time of discussion and reflection followed, helping us all to take hold of what we had heard.

In the evening, we joined the other Ely churches in a united service at St Etheldreda's Roman Catholic Church, where some of our musicians led the singing. The was part of the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, and in Ely we thank God for the tremendous degree of unity we experience and enjoy.

Sunday service: 10.30am and the pastor will speak on 'the call of God'. Crèche and Sunday School will be available. All are welcome.


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