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December 2022

Discipleship Course – Opening up James

December 14

For our discipleship course we will be looking at the book of James, the half-brother of Jesus and a leader in the Jerusalem church.  Sometimes called "the proverbs of the New Testament" the book of James practically and faithfully reminds Christians how to live. During our studies we will work through the Day One book "Opening Up James" by Roger Ellsworth along with working through probing questions set each week for us to consider. There are two ways to join…

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Ark Club December Break

December 16 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

The Ark Club will be taking their December break after tonight and will reopen on Friday 13th January 2023.

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Young People’s December Break

December 17

The Young People's group will be taking their December break after today and will reopen on Saturday 14th January 2023.

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Golden Outlook December Break

December 20 @ 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm

The Golden Outlook group will be taking their December break after this afternoon and will reopen on Tuesday 10th January 2023.

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Discipleship Course – Progress Session

December 21

This evening we will take time out to hold an open discussion to talk about how people feel the course is progressing and any insights they may have. There are two ways to join in - either at a face-to-face meeting held in the church building or a Zoom meeting in the evening which is followed by a time of prayer.   

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Christmas Day Services

December 25

Christmas Day, whether we have enjoyed the build-up or not, it has been anticipated for weeks and is finally here. Take time out and join us on Christmas Day to celebrate the saviour whose birth was anticipated for thousands of years. "For to us a child is born, to us a son is given" was written by the Prophet Isaiah who ministered for forty years from 740 - 701 BC (over two and a half thousand years ago).  Isaiah was…

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