Mid Year Conference

Friday 15th-Sunday 17th February

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MYC Humanity

Who are you? What are you? Why are you here? Where are you going? If you want to live God’s way these questions really matter. That’s why we’re spending a weekend to get clear on what God’s word says humanity is all about from creation, sin, redemption and new creation.

Any questions, feel free to contact Gareth Watts.

Spring Festival

Tuesday 5th February

6pm

This Tuesday we are hosting a Spring Festival Event for all our internationals and their friends. If you are an international in our church family then please do get inviting your friends!

We will be sharing Chinese Hot Pot together and Rika will share her story of how Jesus has changed her life.

The Spring Festival starts at 6pm and lifts will be available from outside the Chaplaincy Centre at 5:45.

For more information please contact Neil Richmond.

 

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Titus 2 Afternoon

20th January

2.30pm-5pm

This is an afternoon for all the women (11 and up) in our church family to learn together from God's word. Flick Hargreaves & Eva Liu will be speaking to us from 1 Peter, before having a time to chat about what we have been learning together. The next Titus 2 book group will also be launched! 

Please do let Sian Weston know as soon as possible if you are planning to attend.

 

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Start Up

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The Start Up course begins on Monday 14th January. This is for anyone who is new to Moorlands and would like to find out what it means to partner with us, or any partner who hasn't done the course for five years. It's a five week course, each Monday from 7.30 to 9.30 at High Street. It covers what we believe as a church as well as training on discipleship and speaking about Jesus.
 

Please let Becca Holden know if you plan to attend this time round.

Student Christmas Reading

How to Love Your Church Reading

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On the back of the ‘How to Love Your Church’ series the Students have been learning from in Real Food talks, we would like to recommend the following three books over the Christmas break:

  1. Word-Centered Church by Jonathan Leeman

  2. Remaking a Broken World by Christopher Ash

  3. How to Walk into Church by Tony Payne

All three of these books should expand your view of the importance of the local church, God’s intention for His people in church and practically equip you in your role as a member of a local church. They are all available on the book stall and are widely available online.

Prayer Tea

2nd December

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Join us on Sunday 2nd of December at 4pm at the Ripley 6th Form Centre to pray as a whole church family. This prayer tea we will be praying for Kingdom growth, especially in regards to Christmas and the Building for Growth project. It is a privilege to pray as a church family so please do commit to coming along if you are a Partner of our church. If you are not able to be there on this occasion, please let Becca Holden know as soon as possible.