This is the sign out the front of our church building. There is a difference between saying “[church name] meets here” and just having [church name] on the sign.
4pm, Third Sunday of the month. Third Sunday night each month we have what we call Question Time. Got questions from the Bible? Ask them here and explore the Bible together. Followed by dinner together.
Informal sing-along, Sunday 16 December at the church hall. Starting 6.15pm.
Ladies Bible study will be commencing on 4 December at 1.30pm. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
A Ladies Bible study is starting up, expected first meeting is Tuesday 4 December. Keep watching for more news.
We looked at Mark 4 this morning. The seed was sown on all types of soils, not just the best, where it was most likely to succeed. Dương Trí
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Because church seating is often laid out like a bus, with passengers in the main part and the driver at the front, people can act with appropriate bus-style behaviour. They board the bus (sit in the pew) at the beginning of the ride. They sit passively while politely following any instructions that the driver issuesContinue reading
There are three ways the word pastor is commonly used – a function, a title and a job. What does the Bible say about this? The function There is only one verse in English translations that has the word pastor, Ephesians 4:11. But not all translations use pastor in that verse – on biblehub.com 23Continue reading