Posted by Sunday Evening Team on January 18, 2017
The summer might feel like a long time away, but now is the time to book to help on a summer camp. This week, we caught up with Simon, a member of the 6pm congregation, to ask him about his first experience of camp.
Simon, can you tell us a bit about who you are?
I'm Simon, I've been at St Helen's for just over a year. I'm currently studying Romans and love it - I feel like it's the first time I've properly understood the gospel and Continue reading…
Posted by Amy on January 12, 2017
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. There’s something about January when it comes to new relationships, and a flurry of engagements. Facebook is awash with happy news, and that picture with the hand and the ring. Congratulations if that’s recently been you!
Which brings us neatly to the topic of this post – Happily Ever After? A morning looking at what the Bible says about sex, dating and relationships.
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Posted by Sunday Evening Team on January 4, 2017
Things are still quiet in the office, as we start 2017, so we thought we’d pick out some highlights of 2016 from the media library for you to enjoy. Listen back, listen for the first time, listen with a friend, or share with others.
1.Pilgrim’s Progress. This journey through the Psalms of Ascent (10:30am service) is well worth a listen. These Psalms were written to sustain us, as we journey home to heaven.
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Posted by Jamie on January 3, 2017
If you believe the internet then 2016 was the year that everything went wrong. It was the end of the world as we knew it and nothing good happened. Worse than that though, not only did everything go wrong, everything also became unpredictable and surprising… in bad ways! That means in turn that we can’t expect any better in 2017. Happy New Year everyone.
Maybe you bought what the internet was saying, maybe you didn’t but it’s easy to Continue reading…
Posted by Ruthanne on December 27, 2016
Christmas has come and gone. The turkey is done and the tinsel’s looking drab. We’ve heard the nativity story for another year, it’s time to pack away Mary and Joseph, leave Bethlehem and return to reality.
But don’t forget to bring King Jesus with you. He came as a baby, but he came as the king. He rules now, we’re in the eternal Jesus season.
We’ve seen this in our Christmas Devotional: Jesus born in a manger is the Psalm 2 King. God’ Continue reading…