Church Blog (Page 4)
Dear Friends, As our country begins the process of re-opening—and as opinions and passions swirl about the best way to do that—I want to share a few words about our process of resuming services and activities in St Margaret’s in light of the Government’s announcement yesterday. Let me start off by saying that no one is more excited about that day than I am! I truly miss seeing you and while I’m so thankful for the ways we’ve stayed connected…
Please find below our Holy Week and Easter resource for use when the church building is closed. If you would like a printed copy posted to you, please e-mail email@example.com . We will be posting them out the week beginning 29th March.
Please find below resources we have produced for worship at home. We will be using this as the basis for all our live-streaming over the coming weeks.
Dear friends, I want to update you on what’s happening at St Margaret’s in light of coronavirus (COVID-19). Like you, I’ve been following this evolving story with great concern. We’ve also liaised with the Diocese of Rochester and the Archbishops on how to move forward at this time. Church isn’t something you can cancel. It’s what happens whenever ordinary people show the world the good news of Jesus. I’m already extremely proud of how you as the church are supporting…
In accordance with advice from Public Health please note the following events have been postponed for the foreseeable future: Luncheon Club, Thursday Coffee morning, Ladies who lunch.The Friends Quiz evening and the Beetle Drive have also both been postponed. Please continue to watch our Face Book page and the Church Website for further information.
Pictures from one of our three crib services today can be found on our picture gallery.
Our family friendly coffee morning held a nativity scene with baby Wren as Jesus.
We welcomed over 1000 visitors over three days to see our Christmas Tree festival this year. There are lots of pictures on our photo gallery.
See our picture gallery for photo’s of the Remembrance Day service and wreath laying at the war memorial.
by Dr Toby Travis, Th.B., M.R.E. This article was written for the benefit of organisers of events sponsored by Christian groups that utilise entertainment featuring a MAGICIAN. Here you will find a biblical and theological foundation to address objections or concerns that individuals occasionally may have with churches, Christian schools, and ministry groups sponsoring a MAGIC SHOW or ILLUSIONIST performance. The purpose of the article is to assist individuals in understanding the distinction between occult practices (which are clearly prohibited…