Fancy getting to grips with one of Paul’s great letters?
Over the next 6 weeks at our evening service we’ll be studying the Book of Colossians together and grappling with what God’s word means for us today. This short book was written by Paul whilst imprisoned to a church and emphasises the supremacy of Jesus and the importance of community – it’s got some top tips for Christian living and how we ought to interact with those around us. We kick off on Sunday 10th January at 6.30pm in the chancel.
If you’ve never been to The Six Thirty service before then you’re more than welcome to join us. We’re a small but friendly group of various ages. When you arrive grab a cup of tea and a slice of cake before the service kicks off shortly after 6.30pm. There’s an extended time of worship before moving on to study God’s word together, often with some discussion or prayer ministry.
Here’s a great snippet from Colossians to whet your appetite:
“And whatever you do, whether in word or deed, do it all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him.”