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    Activities for September

    Sunday 2nd September – Gospel message at 6.30pm – 7.15pm Alan Michael is…

  • 26
    Aug
    Activities for August

    Please note No Children’s Hour during August

    Wednesday 1st August -…

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    A Royal Invitation

    An invitation like none other?

    Yes that’s right, you and I have been…

26th August 2018

Activities for September

Sunday 2nd September – Gospel message at 6.30pm – 7.15pm Alan Michael is the expected speaker.

Wednesday 5th September – Teaching meeting – 8.00pm – 8.45pm we are expecting Nigel Thomas as our speaker.

Friday 7th September – RE-COMMENCE Children’s Hour. Age 4+ its Fun Free and For ALL children. 6.30pm – 7.30pm come and join us – Parents welcome to stay.

Sunday 9th September – Gospel message at 4.30 we have a time of singing followed by a message from the Bible. Phil Page will be our speaker. Please feel free to stay for a bite to eat following this service.

Wednesday 12th September – Bible Reading 8.00pm – 8.45pm we will be commencing a study in 1 Timothy ch 1

Friday 14th September – Children’s Hour. Age 4+ its Fun Free and For ALL children. 6.30pm – 7.30pm come and join us – Parents welcome to stay.

Sunday 16th September – Gospel message at 6.30pm – 7.15pm

Wednesday 19th September – Bible Reading 8.00pm – 8.45pm we will be continuing our studies in 1 Timothy ch 1

Friday 21st September – Children’s Hour. Age 4+ its Fun Free and For ALL children. 6.30pm – 7.30pm come and join us – Parents welcome to stay.

Sunday 23rd September – Gospel message at 6.30pm – 7.15pm

Wednesday 26th September – Teaching meeting – 8.00pm – 8.45pm we are expecting James Colledge as our speaker.

Friday 28th September – Children’s Hour Age 4+ its Fun Free and For ALL children. 6.30pm – 7.30pm come and join us – Parents welcome to stay.

Sunday 30th September – Gospel message at 6.30pm – 7.15pm. John Whitmarsh is the expected speaker.

ALL WELCOME to any of these meetings.

26th August 2018

Activities for August

Please note No Children’s Hour during August

Wednesday 1st August – Bible Reading 8.00pm – 8.45pm we are currently discussing Hebrews and will be in Chapter 13.

Sunday 5th August – Gospel message at 6.30pm – 7.15pm John Barton is the expected speaker.

Wednesday 8th August – Teaching meeting – 8.00pm – 8.45pm we are expecting Matthew Hall as our speaker.

Sunday 12 August – Gospel message at 4.30 we have a time of singing followed by a message from the Bible. Paul Surry will be our speaker. Please feel free to stay for a bite to eat following this service.

Wednesday 15th August – Bible Reading – 8.00pm – 8.45pm we are currently discussing Hebrews and will be in Chapter 13.

Sunday 19th August – Gospel message at 6.30pm – 7.15pm we are expecting Matthew Hall as our speaker.

Wednesday 22nd August – Bible Reading – 8.00pm – 8.45pm we are currently discussing Hebrews and will be in Chapter 13.

Sunday 26th August – Gospel message at 6.30pm – 7.15pm. Andrew Sandilands will be the speaker.

Wednesday 29th August – Teaching meeting – 8.00pm – 8.45pm we are expecting Peter Marks as our speaker.

ALL WELCOME to any of these meetings.

20th May 2018

A Royal Invitation

An invitation like none other?

Yes that’s right, you and I have been invited to not the Royal Wedding but to God’s eternal home in heaven.

Jesus said “come unto me and I will give you rest”

Are we willing to accept God’s invitation to come His way or will we continue to make excuses like in the parable in Luke ch 14 vs 16 – 24 (The Bible)

The invitation from God requires a response.

Do we realise that Jesus (God’s eternal Son) died on a cross making it possible for the wrong things we have committed in our lives to be forgiven?

A great display of love between the Royal Couple as they exchanged vow’s but God’s love to us knows no bounds, it is not based on a reciprocal love. God loves us despite of us.

We would respond promptly to a Royal Invitation – how about your response to God’s invitation

31st March 2018

This is no April Fool…. Christ ROSE from the DEAD – Happy Easter

1 Corinthians ch 15 v 20 from the Bible states “But now is Christ risen from the dead” It is with certainty that Paul writes this statement to the Corinthians.

It seemed like an April Fool’s joke to John and Peter (the disciples of the Lord Jesus) on the first Easter Sunday when Mary told them that Jesus had risen from the dead.

What about to us? Are we going to respond on believe or disbelief? When the disciples told Thomas (one of the disciples) that they had seen the Lord Jesus he said “unless I see I will not believe?”

The Gospel of the Grace and Mercy of God has reached us today on the 1st April 2018. It calls us to believe with faith that Jesus died on a cross at Calvary on our behalf, was buried and rose again (1 Corinthians ch 15 vs 3&4) It is only by believing that we can have God’s salvation. We can’t go to the cross today or even the tomb. We have the record of this event in the Bible. God’s Holy word but are we going to believe it.

This Easter time don’t think this is some story for the children. The consequence of our sin (disobedience and wrong actions before God and one another) separates us from Him. The only way we can be forgiven is to acknowledge that Jesus, God’s son being perfect was able to be offered as a sacrifice on our behalf before God. He came to die, to be buried but to rise again so that he might give us eternal life.

The Bible makes this very clear to us, but this Easter Sunday are you still saying this is an April’s Fool and not to be believed.

17th February 2018

Four years of blood sweat and tears but there can only be one winner

With the 2018 Winter Olympics in full swing we may have joined in the celebrations and the joy and ecstasy of those who have won and empathized and commiserated with those who have lost. There however can only be one gold medal.

The ice, the snow is brutal, one slight slip, one mistimed jump one foot out of place and four years of blood, sweat and toil ends in disappointment and a painful, tearful end. But for some the joy of the Gold medal makes up for all the hard work and effort.

We are all on a journey, not many of us are striving for the Gold, but what are we aiming for? What are we wanting from our lives. What are we putting our time energy and effort into?

The Bible makes it clear that we end up as either Winners or Losers? Those who trust in God’s Salvation plan, made possible through the giving of His Son the Lord Jesus will “Win” will receive Eternal Life. Those who reject God’s Way – think that doing the best they can is good enough will loose. We have all slipped… put a foot out of place, landed awkwardly – the Bible calls it Sin and as a result we can no longer Win.

By asking for our sins to be forgiven – trusting that Jesus died on the cross of Calvary as a sacrifice for our sins, enables us to obtain the Gold Medal. To be received into God’s family and have Eternal Life.

Joy or pain? The winter Olympics will soon be over for another four years…. Winners or Losers?

17th February 2018

Pilgrim Pete writes… “The Minstrel”

Reflections on a Laodicean Christmas – Revelation ch 3 v 20

Through the snow-bound village street a minstrel came, a shining harp half-hid beneath a shepherd’s cloak; a shepherd’s staff he held. His feet trod firm through snow-clad gates across the sleeping field.
Unerring step, one thought in mind one single aim pursued.
A rising moon among the trees marked a frozen path towards the church; for those within he’d given all His heart.

His footsteps steady, he approached the lighted windows, buttressed walls; the worldly music, bells and shouts concealed his coming.
He knocked, took down his harp, his lifting voice rose in a song, the sweetest ever heard.

He knocked again. No footsteps came.

His song ascending to the stars awakened angels chanting Heaven’s praise!
His song had opened Heaven’s door – what joy was glimpsed within!
The minstrel knocked once more. His upraised voice and tones so sweet – each heart must surely run to meet – and cry “Come-in!”

The best of songs must cease, the vision fades. The minstrel knocks one final time and waits in silence. Heaven holds its breath. The minstrel covers up his harp and slowly walks away.

Pilgrim Pete

4th January 2018

New Year’s Resolutions’ How Long will they last?

I wonder if you made any New Year’s Resolutions? Have you managed to keep them nearly one week into the New Year.

Some look forward to a New Year and the fact that it can bring New Opportunities.

Perhaps we are glad to see the back of 2017, or equally we can look back on fond times enjoyed with friends and family.

Many like to make New Year Resolutions, perhaps to get fit, to give up smoking, to get more sleep? Perhaps to “find God”

The reality is, that we struggle to keep resolutions on our own, we need the support of others around us. Perhaps to motivate us, to encourage us or to hold us accountable.

God want’s each of us to start afresh with Him. The relationship that man once enjoyed with God was severed in the Garden of Eden, (Genesis ch 3) when man disobeyed God. However that relationship can be restored because God sent his Son the Lord Jesus into this world to die as a sacrifice for the wrong things we have done. (sin) As a result of Jesus dying on the cross at Calvary, we can start afresh. Is that our desire in 2018 to want to live for our creator God. There can be no greater desire for us as we enter into a New Year.

2nd December 2017

The Perfect Gift – this Christmas

As we enter December perhaps you are already wondering what will be the Perfect Gift for a Family member or even a Friend.

We are presented with so many options of things we are told we need or should have and yet the reality is we don’t need that much to live on from day to day.

We also live in a world where we like to receive things instantly, we seem to have forgotten how to wait for things, so even if we find the “perfect gift” the person may already have it.

The Bible however does tell us of the “Perfect Gift” that we can all have and we don’t need to wait till Christmas to have it. The Gift is Eternal Life, made available through the birth and death of the Lord Jesus.

As we think about the Perfect Gift think of the following:

GGiven (the Gift of eternal life has been given, all gift are given)
IIndividual (the gift is for you as an individual – we individually need God’s salvation)
FFree (a gift is free, you wont be given a gift this Christmas with the receipt and told to pay for your gift before you can have it. That is the same with God’s Gift)
TTake it (the perfect gift becomes yours when you take it. Will you be leaving your gifts this Christmas around the Christmas tree?)

For the wages (result) of our sin is death (eternal separation from God) but the Gift (perfect free gift) of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord)

4th November 2017

Pilgrim Pete writes – Dinosaur Sandwich Anyone?

Two of them, each the size of a London Bus, locked in roaring battle, one with it’s jaws sunk in the other’s spine. No time to guess the winner. Sudden instant freeze frame – bang! They’re fossils. WOW….

Mrs Icthyosaurus decides the moment had come to give birth. Nearly there – when – Bam! Freeze frame again, and there they are for ever, mother and baby-fossils.

Large fish off the north of Scotland, decides which smaller fish to swallow for breakfast. It’s a tight fit, folks-nearly there – Suddenly – POW! Freeze frame again, a half finished meal, dinner and dish fossilized forever.

“OK fine… I get the idea. Sudden interruption of normal earth life by some remote world – wide cataclysm. A strong point. But why then does the media constantly tell us that fossils are the result of dead things quietly fading away and getting covered with two millimeters of sediment every year. Surely these scientists know!”

Ian Campbell gave three wonderful hour long powerpoint presentations at the Gospel Hall several years ago was waiting for a classroom to become free when he heard a young lady teacher with a group of juniors around her. “Now this,” she said “is how fossils are made. When a fish dies it sinks to the bottom and very slowly the sediment builds up over it. One day many hundreds of years later – there’s a fossil. What about that?”

One little girl at the back spoke up. “please miss, my goldfish died last week – and he floated to the top!” It’s what fishes do.

Whether it produced a dinosaur sandwich or the thirty six inch diameter tusks of a trumpeting mammoth instantly arrested in the prime of life while grazing in some green pre-glacial valley, some instant cataclysmic deluge called a sudden halt to life on earth, swirled myriads of tonnes of readymix sediment to every corner of the globe, leaving a decisive, frightening silence. Purbeck marble, anyone?

Fossils are only part of the story. There is the human knee, a unique piece of engineering which could never in billions of years have evolved from that of an ape. And the jellyfish, who could never mutate into anything else because its DNA keeps sending it around in circles. (mutations always lose information)

We came home form the third night of Mr Campbell’s presentations thinking that some of these anti-God, millions of years theories sound somewhat old hat.

Dr. Kent Hovind is offering $250,000 to anyone who can give scientific proof for evolution.

Any offers? www.drdino.com

9th June 2017

Pilgrim Pete writes – A Unique Bookmark

It floated out at my feet as I opened the book…. what a lovely idea for a bookmark! I turned the kestrel’s feather in my hands. A feather is a miracle! Whales don’t have feathers, animals don’t have feathers!

Feathers provide buoyancy, insulation, weather protection and are in an aero-dynamic form. They provide wing and tail area without extra weight. The right feathers grow on the right bird in the right place – even to consideration of colour. And most miraculous of all – they grow from the skin of the bird without the slightest discomfort.

Feathers for flying vary in size from less than an inch to more than a foot in length. They vary in colour – no bird ever grows someone else’s feathers.

Did you know that every feather ever made was made by God. God knows every bird that flies, every bird that falls, he knows them, but they don’t know Him.

The bird who lost the feather I found never knew anything about me, but I know quite a lot about him. That’s because people are made by God, made to be like Him. The trouble is, people have a problem. We are disobedient to God. If we do nothing about this then in a coming day God will say “I never knew you”

We know about wrong from a very early age. In order to put this right you need to believe FIVE things.

FIRST – That your smallest sin has separated you from God
SECOND – There is no “good-work” you can do to put this right
THIRD – That God Himself has provided a remedy to put this right
FOURTH – That YOU must take up this remedy for YOURSELF
FIFTH – You must believe on the Lord Jesus Christ – asking forgiveness from the wrong you have done and you will be SAVED.

As I put the Kestrel’s feather back in-between the pages and return the book to the shelf. I wonder if perhaps someone else will find the feather and share it’s wonders.

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