St Luke’s News, November 2014

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IMG_3370In this month’s St Luke’s News there are not one, but two reflections on our church weekend away.

There are photos from the weekend away and from the Evening with Mark Ritchie.

Dave Middlebrook looks at how the change to 2 main morning services has gone. Spoiler: There is reason to give thanks!

Dave also reflects on prayer and how people find this Christian discipline a struggle.

Talking of prayer, there’s a fabulous prayer of remembrance.

St Luke’s News, November 2014

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We are delighted that flautist Melanie Young and pianist Michiko Shimanuki are returning to perform for us again on Sunday, October 19th at 4.30pm.Melanie Young

Michiko and Melanie will be presenting works by J.S.Bach, Fauré, Ganne and Borne.

Recitals are 35 to 45 minutes in duration followed by light refreshments.

Entrance free, donations welcome.

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Rainbow CrossOctober’s St Luke’s News is now available. Inside Dave Clarke reflects on Isaiah 52:7, Dave Middlebrook calls ‘All Change!’ and a recent visitor to St Luke’s encourages us to make use of the opportunity for prayer ministry after the services.

We are challenged as to what sort of Samaritan are we to those in need and in our season of invitation there is information on all the events coming up that we can invite our friends and families to: Alpha, the Mark Ritchie tour, Light Club and Neon Party, music recitals, knitting club, Christmas Pudding stir up (yes it’s approaching that time already!) and much more.

Dave Middlebrook also introduces our Autumn sermon series on Core Disciplines.

St Luke’s News, October 2014

St Luke’s News for September 2014

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In this latest issue of St Luke’s News Dave Middlebrook reports on the recent mission trip to Malawi and recalls the tremendous faith of the people there despite their hardships.

Dave Scourfield reflects on the turning points of the year as Summer gives way to Autumn.

We look forward to a Season of Invitation where in the coming months there are great opportunities to invite our family, friends and neighbours to church, maybe for the very first time or perhaps to revisit after a period away. In this season there is Back to Church Sunday, Harvest, Remembrance, Advent (Christmas Starts) and Christmas. Who will you invite?

Finally, there is a very important announcement of the change to the pattern of Sunday services where the main 10am service will become 2 services, one at 9.15am and the other at 11am.

St Luke’s News, Sept 2014


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