Anchors Up!

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I grew up in the Boys Brigade singing the song “Will your anchor hold.” So don’t hear me wrong. I don’t want to take away from the imagery of our anchor grounded firm and deep as we are rooted in Christ. However, I want to use the metaphor in another context. It is right that… Continue reading Anchors Up!

Sharing the Love of Jesus in a post-covid world

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Here are some thoughts I put together on how we can move forward as churches as we come through the other side of the pandemic.  Context Covid-19 led to churches having to close their buildings and many of their weekday activities. We were able to go online for some things and on the one hand… Continue reading Sharing the Love of Jesus in a post-covid world

Mingling – The Rule of Six and challenges for church

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This week, the Government has introduced new rules. It will be illegal to have groups of greater than six gathering for social purposes. Whilst this does not in and of itself limit the numbers that can attend church, it will have some affect on church life. This is because whilst the total number of people… Continue reading Mingling – The Rule of Six and challenges for church

Moving out of lockdown – update

Over the summer we have been opening up the Chapel building every Sunday morning for a few people to come along and watch the service together. We have continued to provide a live stream service from different homes over that time. Today, we had our first go at running a live service from the building… Continue reading Moving out of lockdown – update