This week we begin the Journey of Lent, a journey of 40 days through the Wilderness with Jesus Christ towards Easter. We will discover that Wilderness is a much more positive experience than we might imagine and we pray that we will be drawn into a deeper relationship with Jesus.
Let’s Pray For Cheryl Meban (Chaplain, Ulster University)
Pray for the Friday online study of Ruth. Some staff and students are vulnerable and feeling the strain of isolation; others are juggling work, study, and the care of children in lockdown. Thank God for S: her spirit of gratitude and peace, facing a mountain of physical and emotional challenges.
Cootehill, Drum and Kilmount congregations
Pray for a continued sense of togetherness as they worship remotely and maintain contact, especially with the elderly and isolated. Give thanks for the monthly online youth meeting.
Stephen McNie shared this song yesterday with his Tides devotional.
Facing the Canon this week is Bishop Graham Tomlin, the Bishop of Kensington. Together, they discuss Bishop Graham's new book 'Why Being Yourself is a Bad Idea'.
What is Idolatry?
Idolatry is trusting in created things rather than the Creator for our hope and happiness, significance and security.
“Reading Between The Lines” a series working through the bible looking at the well known phrases.
Who was John Calvin? What did he believe? What are Calvin's Institutes all about? Answer these questions and more in these TGC Courses.
As restrictions on church life continue, how can we share our faith with others in a pandemic?
Neil Harrison shares some thoughts as part of the For Now resource.
Join Peter Lynas and Jo Frosty as we wrap up season two's journey through the God story. We turn our attention to judgment and paradise, to the New Jerusalem and garden city, and to resurrected life with our King Jesus, here and now and what's to come.
The times for yesterday’s Jigsaw
Play the "Portstewart Harbour Tuesday" puzzle!