Jubilee Celebration Service

SUNDAY 3rd JUNE: Celebration Service, followed by picnic in Bellevue Park:

The Bible tells us to pray for our leaders. This service will be an opportunity to give thanks to God for the reign of the Queen, and also to tell others about the greatest Monarch, the Lord Jesus Christ. Following the service, we will have a time of fellowship together in Bellevue Park, as announced on Sunday morning. Please bring your own picnic.

Jubilee Family Fun Evening

FRIDAY 1st JUNE: Family Fun Evening, 6:15pm to 8pm:

In connection with FAB Club, the church will be hosting a family fun evening which will be open to everyone. There will games and activities for all ages, from 0 to 100! There will be face-painting, quizzes, a talk and plenty more. Also, weather permitting, we will be having a Street Party (well, it will be in the car park – and there will be nice food to enjoy). Invites will be available on Sunday. Please feel free to invite friends and family along. Although many activities will be geared towards children, it will be open to everyone, so please do come along and bring others along.

May in Focus

Focus are looking forward to a FAB Club introduction evening on 17th May for those from FAB Club who will be joining us in September.

3rd May ... no FOCUS since the church is being used as a Polling Station.

Bible Studies in May 2012

COLOSSIANS

Peter will continue to take us through Colossians on 2nd May.

LONDON CITY MISSION

On 9th May we will have a visit from the London City Mission.  It will be a good opportunity for us to hear an update from this mission which we support.  Let’s all make an effort to be there that evening to hear what is happening and to pray for the work of the London City Mission.

BACK TO BASICS

During May and June we will be going “Back to Basics”.  Nigel will be leading us through The Ten Commandments for three weeks, beginning 16th May.  Following that, Andrew will do a series on our Church Statement of Faith.  We will be looking at “Who God is”, The Bible” and “The Human Race – What is wrong with us?”

The Book of Ezra

We will be looking at the Book of Ezra, looking at how God was preparing His people for the arrival of His Messiah, the Lord Jesus.

Suggested Reading Plan: Read through the whole of Ezra in May.

  • 29th April to 5th May, read Ezra 1-3
  • 6th May to 12th May, read Ezra 4-6
  • 13th May to 19th May, read Ezra 7-8
  • 20th May to 26th May, read Ezra 9-10