Posted: March 2018
This Palm Sunday, 25th March, the preacher at our 10.30am service will be Rev. Jill Marsh, Director of Mission for the Northampton Methodist District.
Jill comments, "It's a privilege to travel around the district and to see God at work in so many different ways... in dementia-cafes, Street Pastors schemes, diverse congregations, Messy Churches, fellowship groups, youth work, new choirs, Super Kitchens, Holidays at Home, green initiatives, Christians in politics, missions to local communities, and in so many other ways. What is clear is that churches and circuits, like people, are all different but God can use us all, with the strengths given to us but also in our weaknesses."
We look forward to welcoming Jill and hearing how she might challenge and encourage us in our aim to be an effective channel for God's love for all.
To read more about Jill's work, click here. If you are not able to make the service, you can see it live or anytime during the next week, by clicking on the link on the home page of our website.
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