The attached notes drawn from Judiths recent sermon celebrate Bread for the Journey, the teaching in our recent parish weekend (thanks so much to Jackie Reily at Scargill).
Bread for the Journey
Have a read. Take some time to reflect. Lots of good ideas to sustain us day by day.
You might have seen the ‘Creative Church’ article in the Aug-Oct Parish Magazine?
Everywhere you look you can see signs of the creativity of God. In the variety of summer flowers. In the different shades of green on the trees and hills.
We want to celebrate our creator and His creativity. We want to celebrate the creative gifts he has given us. Would you like to share a poem, a prayer, a creed, a picture, a photograph, a song or some blend of these? It’d be great to see some of the gifts that are around us.
To provide a focus for your creativity please think about Our Values as a starting point. See where the Spirit of creativity takes you!
The attached poster is a quick summary: Creative Church – poster
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We’re looking forward to welcoming friends old and new at the Friends of Newlands service which is from 11.00 and Sunday 26th May (at Newlands Church!)
See you there.
The latest issue – for April and May 2019 is here: April-May 19