Sunday School

The Jessie Tree

This week we continue with our story of the Jessie Tree. I have sent you four more stories and four more pictures of ornaments for you to make to hang on your Jessie tree. So each week you will the see the story of God’s saving power and the coming of the promised Saviour unfold.… Continue reading The Jessie Tree

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From the Rector’s Desk 11 December 2020

Grace and peace to you! This is my last Sunday with you for 2020 as I and my family head off on leave and the joy of our daughter’s marriage celebration. It will be very special to conduct the wedding in the church that we worshipped at when Jamie was born and where she was… Continue reading From the Rector’s Desk 11 December 2020

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From the Rector’s Desk – 5 December 2020

“We saw His star in the east and have come to worship Him.” Matthew 1:2 My dear brothers and sisters in Christ, as with every scripture the story of the Magi has a literal and figurative meaning. The story of the Magi following a star speaks of the wise (Magi), recognizing the signs (star) of a… Continue reading From the Rector’s Desk – 5 December 2020

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From the Rector’s Desk – 29 November 2020

Grace and peace to you from God our Father and His Son Jesus Christ. As we begin the new liturgical year may the newness of Christ fill you with hope, love, joy and peace. Over the next four weeks we prepare our hearts for the coming of Jesus, who was and is and is to… Continue reading From the Rector’s Desk – 29 November 2020

Sunday School

The Jesse Tree

This Sunday we begin the Season of Advent. The season of Advent is made up of the four weeks preceding the celebration of Christmas.  Advent is marked by the joyful expectation of the Lords thee fold coming. His coming in flesh at his birth the second coming at the end of time and the third… Continue reading The Jesse Tree

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From the Rector’s Desk – 23 November 2020

Grace and peace to you from God our Father and His Son Jesus Christ. My dear fellow pilgrims in the words of St Paul “Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up.” St Paul was writing to a group… Continue reading From the Rector’s Desk – 23 November 2020

Sunday School

Rahab and the Spies

Joshua After leading the Israelites through the desert for forty years Moses died. God chose Joshua as the new leader of his people. God told Joshua to get the people of Israel ready to cross the river Jordan so they could enter the land he had promised them. Before Joshua entered the land of Canaan… Continue reading Rahab and the Spies

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From the Rector’s Desk 13 November 2020

Grace and Peace to you from God our Father and His Son Jesus Christ. It’s exam time and we fervently pray that all those writing will be able to have clarity of mind and focus to recall all that they have learned. May we all support them, and may we all be resilient as we… Continue reading From the Rector’s Desk 13 November 2020

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From the Rector’s Desk 6 November 2020

Grace and Peace to you from God our Father and His Son Jesus Christ. Therefore, since God in His mercy has given us this ministry, we do not lose heart.  (2 Cor 4:1 Berean Bible) I thank you and I thank God for the opportunity afforded me to spend this week in prayerful Retreat with… Continue reading From the Rector’s Desk 6 November 2020

Sunday School

Today’s Sunday School story is about Jonah and the Big Fish

Today’s story is about Jonah and the Big Fish and can be found in the Old Testament in the book of Jonah chapters 1-4. (Thank you Claire Hannington for this week's Sunday School story) There was a prophet called Jonah. One day, God said to him: ‘Warn the people of the great city of Ninevah… Continue reading Today’s Sunday School story is about Jonah and the Big Fish