• May2020

    Today’s thought is from Carolyn and it’s actually our last Thought for this Strange Day! Tomorrow we will be starting something a bit different – watch this space! This article talks about gratitude in these strange days, something Deirdre shared with us on Sunday that she had been doing during...

  • Todays thought is from Fraser – it’s adapted from what he shared about on Sunday during our Zoom service. On Sunday we looked at the 2nd line of the Lord’s Prayer, “holy be your name”. Holy means that God is ‘set apart’ or special, but is God not already special...

  • Today’s thought is from Tom via Henri Nouwen and his book Lifesigns. “Community is the place where God completes our lives with his joy. Every word Jesus spoke was spoken to share his own joy with us and thus make our joy complete (see John 15:11). This complete joy is...

  • Our thought today comes from Peter. He’s been sharing a few songs via his Facebook page – so check them out. If you’re not on Facebook you can see his version of “You Say” by Lauren Daigle at this link (hopefully!). https://drive.google.com/file/d/1MXc_MeQ5z_QP_hFtm80wCaHlzE7itz_s/view?usp=sharing

  • Todays thought is a song, The Blessing. You may have seen the UK version of this song – or one of many others out there in the last few weeks – and I think this kids version is great too! 

  • Todays thought comes from Joan and follows on from what she shared yesterday during our service. We are the fragrance of Christ! I love what it says in 2 Cor. 2: 14, “But thanks be to God who always leads us in triumphal procession in Christ and through us spreads...

  • Todays thought comes from Carolyn.   In these strange days, this reassurance and comfort, this truth and this promise never changes John 14:1-6

  • Our thought today comes via Tom from Nick Park from EAI. He shares a thought on what we need to do between now and coming out of lockdown, and throughout that process. Spoiler but it’s pray! Note this was released on April 23rd – before the announcement last Friday.

  • Today’s thought is from Mary. Some of my earliest memories, from childhood, are of questions I asked and things I said to my parents in total spontaneity.  As the years progressed I realised that spontaneity was not always well received and I began to develop layers of (self) protection, eventually...

  • Apr2020

    Today’s thought is from Carolyn.   “Our prayers may be awkward. Our attempts may be feeble. But since the power of prayer is in the One who hears it and not in the one who says it, our prayers do make a difference”. He still moves stones – Max Lucado...