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Thought for the Day by Dave Howarth (Associate Vicar Holy Cross)
Suddenly a sound like the blowing of a violent wind came from heaven and filled the whole house where they were sitting. (Acts 2.2)
The illustration above captures well the sense of movement and dynamism at Pentecost in Acts 2.1-11, as the Holy Spirit “arrives”. The movements mentioned are in many directions, and appear at one level to set the agenda for the rest of the book. Although the whirl of activity slows down as the chapters move on, and the narrative at times becomes more reflective and extended, there is still a sense 27 chapters later that the force unleashed at Pentecost continues to have momentum. Indeed, that is the case 2000 years later, if we have eyes to see it.
As we delve into 2.1-11 at the 10am, can you spot them all?
From heaven to earth
From private to public
From individual to communal
From the exclusive to the universal
From future to present
From confusion to clarity
(And if anyone knows how to make these Pentecost cupcakes, count me in!)
What's happening online tomorrow at Bishop Hannington
Sunday Morning Service premieres at 10:00 on the website Acts 2:1-13 Dave Howarth is preaching
Suitable for everyone with separate children’s and young peoples activities
Sunday Evening Service premieres at 18:30 on the website Ephesians 6:10-13 Don Bawtree Preaching
Suitable for everyone
Sunday: KO Hangout - 7:30-8:30
For KO young people a chance to chat together after the evening service has gone live and chat about our faith.
Message Stephen to get involved.
Feast Hangout 7:45-9:15
For Feast people to have a bible study
Message Alex to get involved.
Coffee and Chat
This week there will be 2 'lockdown' coffee and chat sessions on zoom that anyone can join.
Tuesday 19 May 10.30
Thursday 21 May 15.30
The link and passwords are the same as last week. If you are new to the chat and would like to join in please can you email Giles on firstname.lastname@example.org for the link and passwords.
Mental Health Awareness 2021
Please follow the link below to our Resources page for more information.
We have church services on a Sunday at 8.00am, 10.00am and 6.30pm.