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December 2016

Have you ever wondered what type of world Jesus was born into? If we are not careful, the cosy nativity play portrayals of the birth of Jesus can give us a romanticised story-book impression. A mother and baby surrounded by admiring visitors in a cosy stable do not really portray …

November 2016

In Japan the changing of the seasons marked by the glorious Autumn colours are a special event. The viewing of these colours is a popular activity as people travel to different parts of the country to view the spectacular scenery only improved by these array of reds, oranges and yellows. …

October 2016

Each of you should give what you have decided in your heart to give, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver. As Jesus sent out the twelve apostles into the ministry field He said, “Freely you have received; freely give.” Jesus was challenging His disciples to …

September 2016

Hello! I’m Phil. It’s a pleasure to be able to formally introduce myself to you, although I am grateful to have already …

August 2016

The good thing about reading the Bible in one year is that you read parts of the bible which are less popular …

July 2016

This morning I have woken up to undoubtedly the biggest decision in British politics for the last forty years. There will be …

June 2016

This Sunday, 29th May 2016, is a significant day in our church in that we are coming together to commission the CONNECT …