As part of our commitment to become a more responsible community and church, we recently used the Abundant Life Bible study series produced by the Congregational Federation and CWM, which covers topics such as living well with others, with the environment, and ethical money. During our Bible studies some really […]
It seems that charitable fundraising is spreading in our congregation this Summer! Simone is raising money for St John Ambulance as part of a national fundraising event called “Every Step Counts”. St John Ambulance provides first aid training, first aid cover, and helps the NHS Ambulance Service.
Pam is going to perform an aerobatic challenge for the Jubilee Sailing Trust, a charity that champions mixed ability (disabled and non-disabled) tall ship crewing at sea.
“I don’t do religion” they say, “I’m not religious” they retort, and I reply, “No I don’t either”. The look on their faces when I say this (and mean it), “but, but, you must, mustn’t you?” “No”, I reply. Many people are religious but being religious can just be religiously […]
Already in the 1970s Congregationalists knew what pressing answers the Church refused to answer, this excerpt from the flier “Forward into the Seventies” – which was written during the difficult time of the Congregational-Presbyterian union – shows the modern insights that were present amongst Congregationalists. (excerpt from “The History of the […]
This is a time of new beginnings for us at the Congregational Church as well as retaining some of the popular old styles of being church. Our services have taken on a new form and we now have new people coming to church with gifts and talents including music. A […]