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Take Home Sheets for Sunday School

Posted by Sam on October 27, 2013

Sometimes people say, ‘I see what you mean'. It's a strange phrase. Normally when people say it, they are not talking about their eyes. What people mean is that they understand.  When someone understands an explanation they say, ‘I see.' Do you see?

If you understand what is written above, then you do see what I mean. But you don't actually see anything different with your eyes. It's in your head. You understand. There are two types of Continue reading…

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Remembrance 2013

Posted by City Team on October 24, 2013

Every year, the nation stops to remember the sacrifice of those who have given their lives to defend the freedom of this country and of countries further afield. It is often a sombre day as we are confronted with death. As Christians, we can be thankful for the Lord Jesus and for the fact that He promises eternal life to those who put their trust in Him.

St. Helen’s has hosted a Remembrance Service for the past two years and both years Continue reading…

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ST HELEN'S TRAINING: Bible Overview, Part 3 and 4

Posted by Will on October 21, 2013

Roger Day introduces the Bible overview. Part 3&4 of 6 (subsequent parts will follow in future months).

This video is based on the training we give to our 'Overview' RML (small group) leaders. Full audio of the training weekend can be found at our media library. St Helen's Training aims to train and equip bible handlers by sharing our best training resources.

We pray that many people might grow in confidence in their bible handling, Continue reading…

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Take Home Sheets for Sunday School

Posted by Sam on October 20, 2013

One day George woke up feeling ill. He had a really bad tummy ache and kept being sick. His mum took him to the doctors. "Hmm," said the doctor, "I know what's wrong with George, he's got a tummy ache. There's only one thing for it, put a sticky plaster on his tummy and he'll feel better in a day or two." A sticky plaster for a tummy ache? That doesn't sound right! A week later George was playing football and he twisted his ankle. His m Continue reading…

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Take Home Sheets for Sunday School

Posted by Sam on October 13, 2013

The Bible is one book with two main parts: the Old Testament and the New Testament. When you read the Bible lots you start to notice some interesting things. Especially with Jesus. The Old Testament and the New Testament are connected together. In the New Testament Jesus does many amazing things. Sometimes these things can make you say, "hang on, isn't this like something that happened in the Old Testament?" That's what it was like with Continue reading…

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