Vine Community Church

Vine Community Church

Each year, around Easter, the Spring Harvest Christian Conference partners with a Christian charity which is making a huge difference in our troubled world. Last year their partners were Samaritan’s Purse. It was moving to see the work done by this charity to bring relief to many, for example, those in war torn countries or where storm damage has left people homeless. For the next five years Spring Harvest will be working in partnership with…

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Greater Littleport and District New Christian Spiritualists’ Society

Greater Littleport and District New Christian Spiritualists’ Society

Rev’d Nick Brown says Let the Sun Shine In! Everyone loves a splash of sunshine. I am always somewhat amused by those people that I know who call themselves ‘sun worshippers’. Long ago of course and even to this day, there are those that describe themselves as such for very different reasons. Everyone loves a splash of sunshine. I am always somewhat amused by those people that I know who call themselves ‘sun worshippers’. Long…

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Message from The Redeemed Christian Church of God

As we continue to enjoy the love of Christ in this month of Grace and our year of Divine Satisfaction, we pray His grace will be sufficient for all. Did You know You are Blessed Wherever You Are? Deuteronomy 28:3 “Blessed shall you be in the city, and blessed shall you be in the country” You may have heard of people who think that to have better “luck” they have to move to a new…

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St George’s Church Summer 2018

One of the big questions about “church” is where does church happen? In the building, in the street? Or is it in both? To find the answer to this and similar questions, the best place to look is scripture and when we look there, we find that Jesus did in fact go to both the temple (church) and out in the streets. Jesus spent a lot of time talking to religious leaders and he did…

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A Message from St John’s Methodist Church

A Message from St John’s Methodist Church

How Dyslexia inspires a deacon’s ministry Working with many rural churches in South Kent Circuit, Deacon Carys Woodley offers a ministry of encouragement. Dyslexia means that I have struggled and felt isolated. However, this inspires my ministry as I come alongside the struggling and vulnerable. Dyslexia is an important part of who I am and what I do. Because I know the difference encouragement has made to me, I want to encourage others. So my…

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Vine Community Church

Vine Community Church

A spring in our steps and a brand new start! Are you, like me, a person who really enjoys spring? One of my children was born on the first day of spring and had he been a girl, she may have been named ‘Spring’. Looking back, she may not have appreciated what was then an unusual name so I am glad our son was named ‘Timothy’. But my joy in the season has not diminished….

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Message from The Redeemed Christian Church of God

Message from The Redeemed Christian Church of God

Spring can be said to be the start of new beginnings. And the Lord has promised us a season of Divine satisfaction. And in view of His promise we need to give thanks to Him. Psalm 103: verses 2-5 ‘Bless the Lord, O my soul, And forget not all His benefits: who forgives all your iniquities, who heals all your diseases, Who redeems your life from destruction, who crowns you with loving kindness and tender…

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St George’s Church

St George’s Church

“We know the price of everything and the value of nothing”… I was reminded of that phrase by an article in a recent edition of Classic Car Weekly about a 1939 Mercedes Benz 770K Grosser Offener Tourenwagen (which I’m guessing means big car) which is to be auctioned in America. The model is reckoned as one of the motor industry’s greatest automotive achievements in design, engineering and construction. No estimate is given as to how…

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A Message from St John’s Methodist Church

A Message from St John’s Methodist Church

Those who know me well know that I don’t do mornings; not early ones anyway! But when I was a volunteer at a Christian Guest House in Israel in 1988, we all got up to see the sunrise on Easter morning and held a short service on the terrace balcony. It was a magical moment and worth getting up for as we enjoyed the view from the village of Usafiyah on Mount Carmel. The spring…

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Greater Littleport and District New Christian Spiritualists’ Society

Greater Littleport and District New Christian Spiritualists’ Society

When we first founded the Spiritualists’ Society aka Church in Littleport – we realised that the acronym spelled out gladness – minus an e. But that was enough for us! So ‘GLADN(e)SS’ was born! Then we added in the word Christian that looked like it might change that happy sobriquet too! But it then became, appropriately, a silent C! Appropriate because many of us know the meaningful motto that has hung on many a Christian…

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