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A letter from Sonya about the thoughts of the Deacons and how services may proceed for the church.

Letter from Sonya

 

Services for the month of November:

November 1st: "Called to be a sacrifical community" - service on Zoom with communion

November 8th:  1045am Rememberance service on the Memorial playing field. 

November 15th: "Waiting for a king" on Zoom

November 22nd: "Called to be a missionary community" - in church building with Carl Smethurst preaching.  Special offering for Home   Mission and Sunday school is planning to meet

November 29th:  "Advent 1:  Holy Suspense" on Zoom

 

Prayer Meeting every Tuesday evening at 7:30pm on Zoom

Deacons meeting, 16th of November at 7:30pm on Zoom

Church meeting, 30th of November at 7:30pm on Zoom

 

STOKE ST. GREGORY BAPTIST

CHURCH OPENS FOR PRIVATE PRAYER

 

With the lifting of some restrictions on churches, we are opening the Stoke St. Gregory Baptist Church for private prayer.  The church will be open for private prayer once or twice a week for the time being.  Starting with 8-10am on Sunday 5th July, and 10am till 1pm on Monday 6th July.  It will be open every Monday from 10am-1pm.  We will let you know about any further Sunday openings. 

Fellowship Lunch, November 2019

A Fellowship Lunch was held at the Church on 24 November 2019.

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This creative activity was hosted at the Church.

Minister Sonya Setchell

Since March 2019 we have been joined by Sonya Setchell who has taken up the role of Minister at Stoke St. Gregory Baptist Church.

After a series of meetings and discussions, backed by considerable prayer, we have put together our church profile. The full text can be found here. The summary is as follows.

Our Verse for 2020

'And now, just as you accepted Christ Jesus as your Lord, you must continue to follow him.  Let your roots grow down into him, and let your lives be built on him. Then your faith will grow strong in the truth you were taught, and you will overflow with thankfulness.'

(Colossians 2:6+7)

 
 
 

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