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Letter from Chris
“And this is God’s command: to believe in the name of his Son, Jesus Christ,and to love one another as he commanded us.” 1 John 3:23
As we move though the autumn it is good to be reminded of our verse for 2015 above. As Christians we are first called to believe in the name of Jesus; and then we are to love one another – as Jesus showed and taught us. So only two things – Simple isn’t it? Well, I am not so sure. It is the challenge of a lifetime. The love of God and our salvation are freely available to us all, but there is a response – faith in Jesus and love for all. In receiving the grace of God and working out our salvation in this double aspect we become formed into the likeness of Christ.
Christianity is a relationship and about becoming and being the people God wishes us to be. This is evident too in the most wonderful teaching of Jesus that we have in the New Testament in the Sermon on the Mount.
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Blessed are the Peace-makers
() by Maggie Strain on Sunday September 27th.
Salt and Light - Revd Brian Griffiths
(Matthew 5:13-20) by on Sunday September 20th.
(Matthew 5:1-8) by Chris Strain on Sunday September 13th.
CMS - Christian Partnership around the world - preacher Paul Thaxter
(Philippians 1:1-11) by Adrian Whitehall on Sunday September 6th.
The Leader who prayed
(Exodus 33::12-12:33) by Chris Strain on Sunday August 30th.