God can do the most amazing things. All we have to do is trust Him.
The depths of Christ’s incredible love for us.
Living in hope.
The Holy Spirit at work within us gives us hope. Hope in the overarching purposes of God.
The glowing colours of the Spirit.
A family service to celebrate and give thanks for the NHS on its 72nd Anniversary.
The children and young people of the church have helped make this service and it includes interviews with two of our doctors.
Our freedom in Christ
Reflecting on St Paul’s letter to the Romans.
Living the new life that we have in Christ.
Jesus said to his disciples ‘The harvest is plentiful but the labourers are few,
therefore ask the Lord of the harvest to send out labourers into his harvest.’
The Divine Dance of the Trinity
C.S. Lewis described the Trinity as a “dance” saying, “God is not a static thing…but a dynamic, pulsating activity, a life, almost…a kind of dance” (Mere Christianity,
A Ketton and Tinwell Churches Together service to celebrate the feast of Pentecost.