Sundays in Lent

Sunday morning services at 8.00am & 10.30am.

God: covenant maker and keeper

This Lent, we are exploring God’s covenant promises.  Do they apply to us now?  And if so, what difference does it make?

Sunday 22 February – The covenant with Noah

Sunday 1 March – The covenant with Abraham

Sunday 8 March – The covenant with Moses

Sunday 15 March – The covenant with David

Sunday 22 March – The new covenant

 

Sunday evenings – 6.00pm to 7.00pm in church

How do we learn to listen to God in prayer?

Informal worship, coffee, engaging teaching and thought-provoking stories as we watch “The Power of a Whisper: Hearing God and having the guts to respond” (Bill Hybels).

Sunday 22 February – Discerning the voice of God from others that vie for your attention

Sunday 1 March – Discerning God’s voice in your daily routine

Sunday 8 March – Allowing the voice of God to direct you to make a difference

Sunday 15 March – Informal worship: Exploring Psalm 84: The psalm full of God’s whispers

Sunday 22 March – Having the guts to be “wide open” to God’s voice

 

Taking action in Lent

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Lent Lunches

Church Hall 12.00pm – Every Saturday in Lent (starting 21 February) – Come for home-made soup and support the work of Afia and TearFund.

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40 acts of generosity Lent challenge!

If everyone did one small generous thing every day during Lent, imagine how different our community/workplace/school/church would look.

The 40acts challenge gives you the opportunity to do just that!  Sign up for the challenge at www.40acts.org.uk.

Learning to be still in Lent

Time to pray

Need some space to recharge this Lent?  Enjoy a quiet hour of prayer and reflective music in church.

Friday 20 February – 7.00pm to 8.00pm

 

Quiet Day

Easter Saturday 4 April – 10.00am-4.00pm

Cost £27

Enjoy a quiet day in the beautiful peaceful surroundings of Chidham Chichester Harbour.  Take some time out to be refreshed, listen to God and be ready to celebrate Easter!

To sign up or find out more, please speak to Annie McCabe.