Blog

Should we do what the Nazis say? Andrew Sach

Posted by Will on October 30, 2012

Here are my reflections on three questions that I was asked after the sermon on 1 Peter 2:11-25 (found here). Let me say at the outset that they will not be as useful as the sermon itself, because that's where I tried to lay out the argument of those verses, and to set them in context. These additional comments are intended only for those who have heard the sermon already, and won't make sense on their own.

1) Should we have submitted t Continue reading…

Categories: Sunday Evening   |   Comments: 0  |   + Add a comment

Take Home Sheets for Sunday School

Posted by Sam on October 28, 2012

Genesis for SS

Sometimes, when you are reading a story, something happens that is so shocking that it grabs your attention immediately.  This happens in our story today.  The shock is connected to Isaac, the son born to Abraham in his old age.  Find out more from the Take Home Sheets below:

Year 1-3

Year 4-6

The Preschool are taking their time and heard again the same story as last week:

Preschool

Categories: Children and Families, Sunday Afternoon, Sunday Morning   |   Comments: 0  |   + Add a comment

Take Home Sheets for Sunday School

Posted by Sam on October 21, 2012

Genesis for SS

'Father Abraham has many sons, many sons has father Abraham.'  Or so the song goes. 

This week all age groups in Sunday School heard from Genesis about how anyone can become a child of Abraham.  It's news worth hearing because all in Abraham's family share in the wonderful blessings God has promised.  Find out more from the Take Home Sheets below:

Preschool

Year 1-3

Year 4-6

Categories: Children and Families, Sunday Afternoon, Sunday Morning   |   Comments: 0  |   + Add a comment

City Prayer Breakfast 2012

Posted by City Team on October 15, 2012

The annual City Prayer Breakfast will take place on Wednesday 31 October 7.30-9.00am at St. Helen's. Booking is now open - click here to reserve a place.

For those who have never been, once a year Christians from all across the City meet to hear from God's Word and to pray for each other and to pray for the spread of the good news of Jesus to colleagues. For a glimpse of what it is like, click here for a video of last year's talk and a  Continue reading…

Categories: City   |   Comments: 0  |   + Add a comment

Take Home Sheets for Sunday School

Posted by Sam on October 14, 2012

Genesis for SS

Good stories often have a turning point.  Even without hearing the ending you know things have changed, normally for the better.  Genesis 12 is that point for the story of the Old Testament.  In a world full of sin, death, judgement and curses, God speaks to just one man.  What he says changes the course of history forever.  Find out more from the Take Home Sheets below:

Year 1-3

Year 4-6

The Preschool will get to Genesis 12 next week.  Continue reading…

Categories: Children and Families, Sunday Afternoon, Sunday Morning   |   Comments: 0  |   + Add a comment
 
Blog

Latest related from the

Blog

PREACHING MATTERS: Denesh Divyanathan, The Mission Of The Church

What is at the centre of God’s mission for the church? What activities distract us from the central priority for which God sent His Son into the world? Denesh Divyanathan talks to Sam Manchester about these issues in this month’s…

Read on
St Helen’s Church Office, Great St Helen’s, London EC3A 6AT | VIEW MAP

Tel. 020 7283 2231   Email. st-helens@st-helens.org.uk

© St Helen’s Bishopsgate 2017.

Privacy and Cookies. Registered Charity No. 1131501

Reach out. Build up. Send out.

This site makes some use of cookies. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Find out more here