Some student ponderings
Posted by Matt on May 12, 2014
We are thankful for all that God has done in and through us since the 1960's, so we decided to make a short film documenting some of the work He has done and continues to do here at St Helen's. Our prayer is that you might give thanks too.
This film was shown as part of our 2014 APCM, where we initiated a review proces of the Gospel work we undertake. More information is available on our review page here>>>
Posted by Student Team on March 16, 2014
Lucy Waugh, Student worker
We tore Lucy away from her books and tea for a chat.
Which University did you study at and what did you study? Durham, English Lit and Education
What was the most exciting thing you learnt? It is possible to set up a Harry Potter module in the department of Education at Durham University.
How did you become a Christian? I grew up going to church, but it was on a summer camp aged 13 that I first understood th Continue reading…
Posted by Student Team on March 13, 2014
We interupted Tim doing something geeky with computers to ask him a few questions...
Which University did you study at and what did you study? Kings College London studying Medicine
What was the most exciting thing you learnt? I learnt how to try and bring someone back to life if their heart stops beating!
How did you become a Christian? I have the privilege of growing up with Christian parents who taught me the message of Jesus from a Continue reading…
Posted by Matt on February 17, 2014
Amy Wicks, womens worker at our 6pm service, encourages us to read the Bible one to one with others by helping us understand what a one to one is and why we do them.
Posted by Monty on January 29, 2014
The Christian view of sex is profoundly counter-cultural. Much derided but little understood, it is seen as outdated and joyless. In the light of the sexual revolution of the 1960's, it seems outmoded, irrelevant. At the same time the social and personal damage caused by family breakdown in the UK alone is undeniably vast. Against this backdrop of fragmentation, the biblical view of sex and marriage is positively revolutionary, and at Continue reading…