Dear Church family & friends,
Welcome to December!
I know, I had to check the date twice before typing that up for you – incredible!
How are you doing?
I know its polite to ask, but genuinely, how are things with you?
Please remember a couple of things…
- Our team of pastors are always available to you, at all times of the year and in all seasons of life, please do not hesitate to be in touch when you need us. Even if it is just someone to talk to, and who doesn’t need that from time to time?
- We have a 24/7 Hopeline (0333 9000 909) and round the clock prayer (email@example.com) which can be accessed any time by you , your family or indeed anyone at all.
Not to mention a whole social action army at our disposal and of course a network of small groups all across the globe with a place reserved for you.
I hope you can see what I am saying in this first e-News of the festive period? We are here for you!
We are here for each other.
While we take the month to remember the moments around the arrival of Jesus.
While we take the month to make our church online gatherings huge celebrations of His coming.
While we strive to make Christmas the best it can possibly be for those around us- and as we seek to help those in our communities less fortunate than ourselves, please remember we are here for you too!
To celebrate with you if things are going well.
To stand with you if things are difficult.
To believe with you if God’s intervention is needed.
To support you if personal contact or when practical provision is in low supply.
Stay close to your church family over the festive period.
Know that you are prayed for, appreciated and loved.
By the way, we haven’t even begun to tell you all the exciting plans we have prepared over the month of December and into the New Year – watch this space!
Join us again this Sunday when we have a brilliant message in the morning then another word in the evening from special guest Ray Bevan.
Bring a friend.