This week we continue a new series for the summer, “Meals With Jesus!”.
One of the things that we have all missed during the Covid Restrictions is being able to eat together with friends and family. These are always such important occasions when we catch up, encourage one another and learn about each other’s lives. In church we have missed sharing those cups of tea and catching up, so this summer we are going to eat a number of meals with Jesus, continuing this week as Jesus feeds the 5000. We begin the week looking at some Old Testament passages which help us understand the meal.
Let’s Pray For Michelle Stewart (community outreach worker in Cloughey)
Pray for Michelle as she makes and strengthens contacts with those in the community in Cloughey and as she serves God through all that she is a part of.
Craigavon, Co Armagh
Pray for the congregation of Craigavon as they await the outcome of their 7-year tenure review. Pray for wisdom for Armagh Presbytery, the Council for Mission in Ireland and the Linkage Commission as they seek God's will for the future of the congregation.
“Reading Between The Lines” a series working through the bible looking at the well known phrases.
My Beloved Is Mine And I Am His
Summer Songs Of Praise
Rev. Alan Mitchell (Minister Emeritus Sligo PCI and now retired to Portstewart led a Summer Songs Of Praise Service on RTE on Sunday 8th August 2021 which you can watch on the RTE Player here.
The people of Afghanistan are facing the triple-threat of conflict, drought and coronavirus. Corine Verdoold, who leads Tearfund’s work in Afghanistan, shares how their partners on the ground are responding, and how you can pray.
UPDATE - Tearfund have removed this video because of the sensitive nature of the situation in Afghanistan, instead here is a short report about the earthquake in Haiti
Is He Worthy?
Do you feel the world is broken?
Ever wanted to understand why the Bible is so important? Join theologian Phil Moore and UCB's David Taviner as they discuss why we need to get into God's Word and read the Bible to understand how God relates to us. Listen now and grow your Bible knowledge!
Matt from the Ten Minute Bible Hour visits a Presbyterian Church. It is fascinating to see what someone makes of things that are very familiar to us.
I don’t have a favourite verse in the bible, but if I was pushed, this is perhaps the verse I think of most often.
Austin Gentry explores the verse in this podcast.
Jesus’ statement, “I am the Way, the Truth, the Life” may be controversial, but it may be his most comforting.
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