Below you’ll find the headers of some recent posts from the Facebook page to which members of our Local Ecumenical Partnership contribute – click “See More” or the Facebook link at the end to show the whole post. And do please visit (and like/follow!) our Facebook page by clicking the icon in the right-hand column of the page.
Andrew Baker, superintendent of the Strathclyde circuit, preaching for the South Caribbean District on Aldersgate Day ... See MoreSee Less
Posted 24 May 2020 ·
Can you believe it? Thy Kingdom Come 2020 kicks off in less than 24 hours and we cannot wait! It’s not too late for you to join us and thousands of other Christians, as we light up the world in prayer and care for those around us.
Visit our website to join the global wave of prayer and download your free resources: thykingdomcome.global ... See MoreSee Less
Posted 20 May 2020 ·
Timeline PhotosToday we pray for asylum seekers. Asylum support payments are low and during a pandemic this increasingly puts their lives at risk. We pray for your provision and for compassionate policymaking from the government to support asylum seekers during the crisis.
Every day, we're encouraging you to lift up your eyes and pray for others around the world as part of #stayandpray.
Read more about this issue here:
act.refugee-action.org.uk/page/59805/action/1?locale=en-GB ... See MoreSee Less
Posted 20 May 2020 ·
Timeline PhotosTalking Justice: What does it mean to be a people of justice and peace in a pandemic?
Thursday 21st May, 3 – 3:45pm.
Register here: www.jointpublicissues.org.uk/webinars/
Join Church leaders and the ecumenical Joint Public Issues Team for a panel discussion, reflection and Q&A to explore:
- how does COVID-19 change the environment in which Christians are seeking peace and pursuing justice?
- what should our priorities should be to respond to urgent need?
- How we can act today to help build justice, in the present and the future?
Rev Diane Watts, Head of Faith and Society – The Baptist Union
Paul Morrison, Policy Advisor on Poverty and Inequality – The Methodist Church
Simeon Mitchell, Secretary for Church and Society – The United Reformed Church
Very Rev Dr Susan Brown, Convener of the Faith Impact Forum – The Church of Scotland ... See MoreSee Less
Posted 14 May 2020 ·
More details at this link
Look out for changes during December – check at What’s on!
1100 Morning Worship
1030 “Messy Church” during term-time
1100 Joint Communion
mostly on 1st Sundays, but not every month, and occasionally on a Saturday – see What’s on for details