Sunday 13th February – Remember When…”Us”
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Sunday 13th February – Remember When…”Us”

‘Remember When’ – Us: Playing a part in God’s adventure (John 4: 28-30, 39 -42) We all have a part to play in sharing the good news of Jesus Christ. We often have a limited and fixed view of who can evangelize and what an evangelist looks like. Through the simple act of sharing our...

Sunday 6th February – Remember When…”Spirit”
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Sunday 6th February – Remember When…”Spirit”

Remember When …. ‘Spirit’ Transforming us into storytellers (Acts 4: 8-31) The church community in Acts is formed around the continual retelling of the gospel story and how that story was spreading. The stories we tell shape the culture of our community and can raise our faith to see God work through us.

Sunday 23rd January – Remember When…”God”
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Sunday 23rd January – Remember When…”God”

‘God’ – Remembering God as a Christian community (Deuteronomy 6: 20-23) Actively remembering is a key concept found throughout the Bible. We remember as an act of obedience because God is consistent in His call for His people to remember who He is and what He has done. God calls us to remember because what...

Advent Devotions – The Wonder of Christmas part 4
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Advent Devotions – The Wonder of Christmas part 4

‘The Wonder Of Christmas’ Day 4 We are both delighted and excited to bring you some poems and reflections on the ‘Wonder of Christmas’, written by the immensely talented authors and poets here at RBC. Our final poem is from Graham McBain

Advent Devotions – The Wonder of Christmas part 3
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Advent Devotions – The Wonder of Christmas part 3

‘The Wonder Of Christmas’ Day 3 We are both delighted and excited to bring you some poems and reflections on the ‘Wonder of Christmas’, written by the immensely talented authors and poets here at RBC. Our third reflection is from Martin Horton..

Advent Devotions – The Wonder of Christmas part 2
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Advent Devotions – The Wonder of Christmas part 2

‘The Wonder Of Christmas’ Part 2 We are both delighted and excited to bring you some reflections on the ‘Wonder of Christmas’, written by the immensely talented authors and poets here at RBC. The second poem is from Michael Khan..