coronavirus updates 

In line with the advice we have received from the FIEC - the family of churches to which we belong - we are now suspending all church meetings and activities for the next four weeks. We will review the situation again at that time. In the meantime, we will be working on ways to stay in touch and to provide opportunities to access sermons, prayers etc. online. More details to follow.
 
Psalm 62:1-2 says this - “My soul finds rest in God alone; my salvation comes from Him. He alone is my rock and my salvation; he is my fortress, I shall never be shaken”.
The only real source of rest and peace in troubled times is God himself…
 
Although our meetings have been suspended we are still here and will be praying for our local community at this time.

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Make Prayer A Priority


In the absence of many of our regular activities, we should consider using the time freed up to pray, whether individually or in our households.

Key things to pray for include:
  • Prayer for wisdom for our government and the rulers God has placed over us, as they have to make difficult decisions on our behalf;
     
  • For those who are ill that they might know God’s mercy and the hope of the gospel in the face of death;
     
  • For those who are bereaved that they will know the comfort of God and the hope of the resurrection;
     
  • For those that are needy and vulnerable that they might be shielded from infection and that we might love them as we love ourselves;
     
  • For those who are working to provide medical care and essential services that they will know God’s help and strength under immense pressure;
     
  • For Christian business-owners and employers that they might know to act justly towards their employees at this time;
     
  • For those who are facing the loss of income and livelihood that their needs will be met and that the church would generously support those who have no other means of help;
     
  • That we would all know patience, long-suffering, and contentment in the face of the inconveniences we face;
     
  • That we would joyfully obey the advice that is given for our own good and the good of others.