Summer Sundays...Building Community

Teaching Series: Summer 2012

 In the New Testament we find so many different analogies and pictures for the church. The Body, the priesthood of all believers, a flock, a family to name but a few. We are also introduced early in the book of Acts to the believers becoming a vibrant, active, prayerful, worship-filled community who not only loved Jesus but watched each other’s backs. Acts 2:42-47.

Our Summer Sundays will see us digging deeper into what being this kind of community really means. What Kind of Community does God want us to be? What would it really look like for us to be a community that puts God right at the centre? What does it mean for us to be a prayerful, worship filled community who shares needs and serves one another?

Throughout the Summer our services will see all ages worship together. They will be accessible for Children and adults and aimed to be shorter so you can get out and enjoy the Summer Sun! This also gives us the opportunity for us to build our community stronger so why don’t you use these weeks to invite someone new round for a Roast, get together as your small group for a Sunday afternoon walk or get together with your prayer partners and pray together.
Let’s make it a summer where we really build community rather than just talk about it.

Claire Earl, Youth Minister

 

 

 


 

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A community on Mission The BELLS acrostic can help focus on mission
(Reading: Matthew 5:1-16)
Simon Harris 26 Aug 2012
Building Community Community at the Childrens' Weekend
(Reading: Acts 2: 42-47)
Claire Earl and Heather Barrington 22 Jul 2012

Sunday 22nd July
Community - What does it mean to be the family of God 

Sunday 29th July
A community who cares for each other 

Sunday 5th August
A Community who worships together  

Sunday 12th August
A Community who serves together  

Sunday 19th August
A Community who prays together  

Sunday 26th August
A Community on mission