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Sunday 10th July

10:30 a.m. - in person/streamed service with Deniz Carey

 

Sunday 17th July

10:30 a.m. - in person/streamed service with Deniz Carey

Sunday July 24th

10:30 a.m. - in person/streamed service with Rebecca Dickson

 

Breakfast

We are providing Sunday breakfast from 9:45 a.m. We have a few volunteers, but if you would like to help with preparation, please contact Sheila.

Prayer Community

For prayer requests or to join our Community WhatsApp Prayer Group, please contact Sheila Humphreys, our Prayer co-ordinator, on 01579 349361 or text on 07542 65399.

Darite Dinner Church

Darite Dinner Church now meets at Rebecca and Danny’s home on Thursdays at 7.00 p.m.  Contact Rebecca Dickson via Facebook or on 07542 144995.

Deniz’s Message

The parable of the Good Samaritan is told in the gospel of Luke chapter 10 verses 25-37.  Here we read about a traveller on a 17-mile journey who was beaten up and left by the side of the road.  People of good reputation and status passed by.   First, a Jewish priest and then a Levite.   But the person who stopped by to help the man was a Samaritan, who would have been despised by the Jews.

 

Samaritans were Israelites who settled in the Northern region of Israel.  Later, when Assyrians invaded the Northern kingdom, they deported nearly 30,000 Samaritans who then became the “lost tribes of Israel”.  They were a dispersed and displaced people group, like many in today’s political situation.  But they were still Israelites.  Jews called them “half-breeds”.  The person who stopped for the man who needed help was a Samaritan, and despite everyone’s contempt towards him, he was the one who took the man and looked after him, and took him to an inn to be cared for, and paid for him.  This was extremely costly for the Samaritan, but he chose to stop for a man in need.

 

Has anyone ever stopped for you, to offer help?  The Son of God stopped for us all.  His was the ultimate sacrifice.  The cost and pain were indescribable.  Jesus stopped for us so that we might be forgiven.  He stopped for us so that we can be changed and healed.  He stopped for us so that we can have life, hope and a future.  He stopped for us so that we might know the true meaning of LOVE and LIVE.

Prayer Ministry

For prayer requests or to join our Community WhatsApp Prayer Group, please contact Sheila Humphreys, our Prayer co-ordinator, on 01579 349361 or text on 07542 65399.

 

Toddlers

oddler group is at 9.30 a.m. on Wednesday mornings. Please pray for all the families we connect with, and speak to Deniz or Sandra further information.

The last session will be on 13th July, until the school term start again in September.

 

Giving

If you would like to give, you can do so by standing order, online via our website, or into the basket at the back of the hall.  For further information please speak to one of the Trustees.

 

Prayer Meeting

Our weekly prayer meeting is on zoom at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday. Speak to Deniz if you would like the link and any help that you need to join us.

Alpha Course

e are running our Alpha course on Monday nights for the next few months.  Please can you pray for those attending.

After church walk and picnic  10th July

Judy will be leading a walk to Siblyback lake, about 7 miles, finishing in the main recreational area for a picnic about 1.30pm.  Please no dogs this time.

For more details, contact Judy Ransley

 

Safar Discipleship course

We are encouraging everyone to form triplets or pairs to do this course.  Hard copies can be obtained from Deniz, or printable copies from:

 

denizcarey4@gmail.com or humpsr@trelyn.eclipse.co.uk

House Groups

We are hoping to get some house groups up and running.  If you are interested in joining or leading, please contact Deniz.