Minister’s Thoughts

September 19, 2020

At this time of the year, Harvest preparations would normally be well in hand; but, this year life is very different. With the possible reintroduction of a lockdown, churches are nervous about what it might mean for them in the coming weeks. One thing is for sure, gathering produce from the garden, […]

September 12, 2020

For the past six months, church buildings have been closed and people have found it hard to take. Members have been grieving for their regular, sometimes weekly, visits; not just missing their friends and the routine of worship, but the very bricks and mortar that make up the signs to the world tha […]

September 12, 2020

Is church more then a building? For the past six months, church buildings have been closed and people have found it hard to take. Members have been grieving for their regular, sometimes weekly, visits; not just missing their friends and the routine of worship, but the very bricks and mortar that ma […]

September 9, 2020

The history of Christianity is a story full of adventure, comfort, battle and peace. On the one hand there are those who experience the faith as a source of consolation and encouragement, personal and private; and on the other hand some see it as a challenge to convince others of its rightness and […]

August 8, 2020

If you’ve seen the footage of the Beirut explosion last week, you may have thought it was another act of terrorism; but as it quickly became clear it was a self-inflicted wound on the face of a once great city. Whoever thought it a good idea to store highly flammable expl […]

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