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Take Home Sheets for Sunday School

Posted by Sam on April 27, 2014

The gospel is the message of good news:

          - Jesus lived, died, and was raised to life for sinners

          - God saves all who turn from their sin and trust in Jesus

This term in Sunday School we will be teaching through the gospel. For an overview of what we're teaching see the term outlines below:

Preschool Term Outline

School-Age Term Outline

In this first week we heard about God - he is our creator:

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ST HELEN'S TRAINING: One2One Part 3 of 3

Posted by Will on April 14, 2014

Amy Wicks, womens worker at our 6pm service, encourages us to read the Bible one to one with non-Christians.

Part 1, Part 2, Part 3,

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Take Home Sheets for Sunday School

Posted by Sam on April 6, 2014

Think about this: If you could ride on a bird, which kind of bird would you want to ride on? I doubt you would choose to ride a pigeon! That would be silly. Maybe you would choose the biggest bird in the world. But the biggest bird in the world is an ostrich and they can't fly. They race them like horses. Maybe you would choose an eagle; a super strong eagle with wide long wings.

Now imagine this: you are trapped in enemy lands, with no Continue reading…

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The Biggest Question of All

Posted on April 1, 2014

The 2014 St Helen's Pub Quiz took place on Monday 10 March, with 25 teams gathering at The Alice on Houndsditch. Once again much ignorance was exposed – such as the origin of Panama Hats (Ecuador), the highest mountain in Europe (Mt. Elbrus) and the cockney rhyming slang for Elizabeth II (baked bean). 

Such big questions provoked much contention and skull scratching, but part way through the evening Kev the Rev got us thinking about the Continue reading…

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