Listen to Dave Taylor argue that, rather than making itself ‘relevant’ or amenable to contemporary sensibilities, the Church must draw on her theological tradition to ‘make the world strange’
Lent begins on Wednesday 6th March with our Ash Wednesday Service at 8am. A time when we remember we’re all finite and made of dust and to dust we will return. All welcome for a brief 45 minute service where we get marked with an ash cross on our forehead or hand.
Join us on Tuesday 5th March in the Church courtyard from 3:45pm for a BBQ pancake party. Shrove comes from the word ‘shrive’ meaning ‘to confess and receive absolution’ and was intended to be a time of repentance and self-examination in preparation for Easter.
Join us for a three part series examining the foundation, heartbeat and purpose of Christian community in the gracious acts of God. Each week we will take a different movement (IN, UP, OUT) and explore how God’s surprising good news shapes the contours of our common life.
This January she is calling us to prayer, with the support of Common Grace, to prayer services across the country, as we approach January 26.