Thanks to all who contributed last Sunday – whether that be toys for Secret Santa, food for our CAP hampers or money for our Church Gift Day. Your generosity is appreciated and makes a huge difference!
Here’s what’s coming up over the next few weeks:
Virtual Family Christmas Fair – Tomorrow 10am! (Saturday 12th Dec)
Tomorrow is our Virtual Christmas fair! We’ll be on zoom from 10am for Christmas sing-along; family games; costume competition; short quiz and a talent auction where you’ll be able to bid for the time and talents people have offered. Please join us!
Attached to this email is a list of talents that are being offered tomorrow. Why not have a look and think about what you’d want to bid for?
We’ll be continuing our Advent series in Isaiah on Sunday. If you’d like to come along, just let me know so we can put a seat out for you, we should have plenty of room. Otherwise, please join us on Zoom at 9.30am.
We’ll be meeting in the Saviour Church Hall at 6.30pm this evening. The Friday Live! Crib Service will be on the 18th Dec.
Christmas Services on Sunday 20th December
9.30am – Sunday School Nativity Video
Join us to discover how our young people have chosen to share the Christmas Story this year.
7pm – Zoom Carol Service
Carols, readings, a fantastic guest speaker and much Christmas joy! Please join us using the same Zoom code as Sunday.
Check out the attached flyers for info about the rest of our Christmas events!
To which of the angels did God ever say.
“Sit at my right hand
until I make your enemies
a footstool for your feet”?
Are not angels ministering spirits sent to serve those who will inherit salvation? Hebrews 1:13-14
There is a sense in which angels are irrelevant. If your focus is on angels, then you’ve badly missed the point. The message of Hebrews 1 is that our focus shouldn’t be on angels but on Jesus. It’s Jesus to whom we pray, Jesus who helps us and Jesus who receives our praise.
(Taken from ‘Fixated: Advent meditations from the book of Hebews’ by Tim Chester)