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    Cytûn – Worship and the elections

    Dear friends As we approach the elections for the National Assembly for Wales and the Police & Crime Commissioners – in the heightened political atmosphere of the European debate and the steel crisis – we as churches believe that our politicians, party members and their families and voters very much need our prayers. I appreciate […]

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    9 Things I Love to See When I Visit a Church

    I don’t need a Hollywood-level production, just a genuine, healthy expression of worship and fellowship. by Karl Vaters . Please visit Karl Vaters blog for the complete article and many other articles of interest. LINK :- http://www.christianitytoday.com/karl-vaters/ I’ve been in the church all my life. Literally. On the first Sunday I was alive, I was […]

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    Ofsted chief confirms Sunday schools need to register

    The is of huge concern to all Christians. Please pray & get involved standing against this wherever possible. The head of Ofsted has confirmed churches will be required to register Sunday schools under new proposals to be debated in Parliament on Wednesday. To read the full article published by the ‘Evangelical Alliance’ please click on […]

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    Easter date to be fixed ‘within next five to 10 years’

    The date of Easter could be fixed within the next five to 10 years, the Archbishop of Canterbury has said. The Most Rev Justin Welby said disagreement within the church over the date of Easter dates back to at least the 10th century. For the full article in the Daily Telegraph please follow the link […]

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    Photos of Bishpool Christingle – 13th December 2015

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    Cumbria Floods Appeal

    As I’m sure you are aware, Storm Desmond has caused immense disruption, with schools, hospital services and travel all being affected in addition to the thousands of homes that have been damaged and hundreds evacuated. Many communities are gathering together to provide relief and assistance to the areas worst hit by the flooding, including Sandylands […]

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    The Lords Prayer

    The UK’s three leading cinema chains have refused to show an advert by the Church of England that features the Lord’s Prayer, citing fears that it could offend people.

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    Hope is coming this Advent

    A free advent resource, ‘Keeping Hope Alive’, has just been released by the Methodist Church. Focusing on the significant works of the Church’s Mission in Britain Fund, the resources include real-life stories, leader’s notes, a service outline and suggested prayers. Click here to find out more.

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    The European Refugee Crisis and Syria Explained

    At this Year’s conference two key points to consider:- “Have we lost that passion for living out the gospel through social and political action? Is there a danger that we have privatised our faith, so that it makes us feel better as individuals, but we fail to relate it to wider community and global issues? […]

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    Hospitality and Sanctuary for All

    Bill McIntyre The theme of this year’s Racial Justice Sunday (13 September) is especially poignant as our newspapers and television screens are filled with images of people in desperate states trying to find a place of sanctuary. The free resources are written by the Revd Dr Inderjit Bhogal, past President of the Methodist Conference, and […]

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