Needless to say the last few months have been eventful. For me, I’ve been baptised, became an adult and survived the UCAS application process, and it has been easy to lose sight of God under the need to think about finances, university and the world outside Bicester.
Thought for the Week
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This week we had our first midweek church meal of 2015. These are important events in the life of Emmanuel Church, often being a time to share and pray about the vision for the Church. There are two more booked for 2015, 22nd April and 9th September do please put these dates in your diary now.
So the other week, “The wife” had an inset day at the school she works at. This meant that “The Boy” (my four year old) was to spend a few hours with me at my work.
In 2015 who can you trust?
We have an election coming, every party will make promises, can we trust them to keep them? What about world statesmen, sports governing bodies? How far can we trust them?
Wow! What a great Christmas we have had here at Emmanuel Church. I hope you have been able to attend some of our amazing range of events and services over the Christmas period.
We began our celebrations with a Christmas party on 13th December. This was attended by large numbers of people, many who do not normally come to the church.
After the shepherds had witnessed the angels and had gone to see Mary we read in Luke 2 v.19, "But Mary treasured up all these things and pondered them in her heart."