Posted: November 2016
As today, the US electorate can cast their vote for Trump or Clinton, pundits say that we should learn the outcome by 4am GMT tomorrow, Wednesday 9th November. The tone of this bitter election campaign contrasts sharply with the passage* from tomorrow's Bible Study in our church coffee bar from 2-3.30pm. It includes notions of 'showing kindness and compassion to one another' and 'not doing anything from selfish ambition or from any cheap desire to boast'. Let us hope and pray that after the election, we will start to see more of the higher motives and messages coming from the next occupant of the White House than we have seen and heard so far in this campaign.
* The passage for discussion tomorrow is Philippians chapter 2, verses 1 to 18. You are welcome to come along.
popular recent storiesAlso in the news
Don't Forget!! This Sunday 20th August at 10:30pm the congregation are invited to travel to one of the other churches in the circuit and worship with them. For those who prefer to 'stay at home' the 8:45am communion service will, of course, be going ahead and all are welcome to attend this service. If you want a lift to a service, or If you have any questions, please contact one of...
If you are on holiday and want to do something different, why not visit St. Paul's in London tonight, August 17th or one of these evenings: August 24, 25, 28 or 31? Their website explains: "There are few places quite like St Paul's at dusk, and to celebrate the beauty of Wren's great church in the twilight hours we will once again be opening our doors for a series of summer late...
On the following Wednesday afternoons from 2.00 — 3.30pm , I will be leading Bible Studies on the topics shown. There will be no evening sessions this year. September 20th: 'You who have ears' — receiving the Word October 18th: Cost and value November 15th: Prayer & Persistence January 10th: Grace & Forgiveness February 21st: Judgement March 14th: Faithfulness April 18th: Who's...
Room 2/Hall & Kitchen by hall