Well, Harold Camping's prediction that the world would end on Saturday was wrong. He should have listened to the words of Jesus who said "Concerning that day and hour no one knows,...but the Father only" (Matthew 24 verse 36). However, before you get too comfortable, Jesus did say that, "Heaven and earth will pass away" in the previous verse. So coming to church matters. We invite you to come this Sunday to hear Vic Newman at 11am and Mike Hencher at 6:30pm.
Next Sunday, the 29th, Vic again will take the morning service and his brother Keith will join us for the evening. We invite you to join us
Thursday, 12 May 2011
It's time for the All-Age Service again at 11:00 - 11:45am. Mike Hencher will be leading us into the Promised Land. Pity about his football team, West Ham United, they seem to be heading the other way! Do come along and cheer him up.
We welcome our good friends Vera and Don Dickinson for our evening service at 6:30. A warm welcome awaits you at both sessions.
Thursday, 5 May 2011
Sunday evening's service is a showing of 'The Fanny Crosby Story'. This blind lady wrote 8000 hymns during her life and her story is well worth seeing.
If you can't make it in the evening, Mike Hencher will be continuing his series on the disciple John's First Letter at 11 - 11:45am. You will be most welcome.