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Sep 2019
New Autumn Prayer Resource

We are pleased to announce that we’re launching a new prayer resource for autumn. For the months October to December there will be daily Bible readings as well as some key themes to help guide your prayers through the week. Many of you will have been using the monthly Prayer Diary and this is similar. Why not use this resource as a small group or in prayer triplets to grow in Faith, Hope and Love? Pick up a copy from church or click on the button below.   Join......

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Aug 2017
Discipleship Central - Autumn 2017

God is calling us to become whole-life and whole-hearted disciples. It was Dallas Willard who said discipleship is simply recognising that “Jesus knows how to live your life better than you do.”  We’re committed to that as a parish, and finding ways of supporting people of all ages to walk this journey with Christ together. Discipleship Central is a monthly opportunity to help us do that across the parish. We’ll be meeting once a month on a Thursday evening, beginning at 745pm in the Trinity Centre. We’ll start with......

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Jul 2017
Soul Food

SOUL FOOD is about grown-up praying. Like every relationship, our prayer needs to grow.       Soul Food is a chance to pay some attention to our prayer lives. The commitment is to six days or twelve evenings this autumn/winter, to journey with a small group of others aiming to find an authentic way of praying at this time in life.   Some comments from people who have been involved on previous courses: “It met my expectation on many levels and I will miss being a part of......

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Nov 2016

Getting ready for Christmas can feel a frenetic time of shopping, planning and cooking. And yet over the centuries Advent has also been a time to stop, to wait on God, and to go deeper in faith. This year – in our daily prayer as we meet together as well as individual use – we’re using some prayer guides from a number of different church leaders across the country. We hope it proves a useful resource. Why not let us know how you got on?