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Thought for the Day by Phil Moon (Vicar)
Into week nine, and counting.
Who’d have thought, back on March 23rd, that we’d now be staring down the rest of the year and into 2021? But the slowly dawning reality is that lockdown, in one form or another, is with us for a long time. And if the R number goes up above one, then lockdown will be tighter again.
As Christians we have a unique privilege and a unique position. We are people who have genuine, real access to the throne room, and we must not neglect that privilege. Pray for our nation. Use your time well. Pray.
And we’ll have to persevere. Just keep on plodding on. Persevere with the social distancing. (It’s easy isn’t it to slacken off? Please don’t.) Persevere with online services. Persevere with home schooling. Persevere with not seeing our families yet. Persevere in our loneliness. Persevere in our tech – enabled virtual world.
And persevere in our faith.
Hebrews 1036 “You need to persevere so that when you have done the will of God, you will receive what he has promised.”
Lockdown praise up
Lockdown, praise up! are short videos aimed at young people but suitable for everyone to get our hearts and minds looking up higher.
Everyday there will be a brand new video up on our YouTube Channel.
Lockdown Praise Up! 10 minutes a day from the book of Isaiah.
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Mental Health Awareness 2021
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We have now restarted in church services with 8.00am, 10.00am and 6.30pm services. Numbers for the 10am & 6.30am services will still be limited and must be booked in advance via MyChurchSuite or the website. These services will still be livestreamed on YouTube which can be accessed direct via the website or via MyChurchSuite.