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Steve’s Newsletter – July 2020

I wonder what goes through your mind when you think of the word confession? For many, when they hear ‘confessing your sin’, they think it’s reserved for monks in a monastery or of paying penance to God by entering a church confessional. But the Bible teaches us it is an important practice for the life […]

Steve’s Newsletter – June 2020

‘A man in his middle years was on a Caribbean cruise. On the first day out, he noticed an attractive woman about his own age who smiled at him in a friendly way as he passed her on the deck, which pleased him. That night he managed to get seated at the same table with […]

Steve’s Newsletter – May 2020

I sit writing this letter mid-April just before Easter, wondering what the month of May will hold for us as a church and as a nation. It’s been very strange and quite disheartening us not being able to meet together, and only having conversations with folk over the phone or over the internet. (video chats) […]

Steve’s Newsletter – April 2020

HOW THINGS CAN CHANGE IN A MONTH! This time last month Coronavirus was something other countries were dealing with but now, we find ourselves right in the middle of a virus outbreak and in unprecedented times. Everyday new statements are coming out from the government and medical experts and the changes can be difficult to […]

Steve’s Newsletter – February 2020

At this time of year, for some of us, the deadline for self-assessment tax has come, and gone! Whilst on the Martin Lewis website, [MoneySavingExpert.com] I noticed an article about what HMRC says are some of the most bizarre excuses for late tax returns that they have received over the past decade. They are: 1. […]

Steve’s Newsletter – January 2020

So, how many of you made New Year resolutions? Over the years I’ve made many; • To lose weight • To do more exercise • To save money • To be better at staying in touch with family and friends etc. But unfortunately, often before I’ve even reached the end of January, some, if not […]

Steve’s Newsletter – December 2019

‘The Word became flesh and blood, and moved into the neighbourhood. We saw the glory with our own eyes, the one-of-a-kind glory, like Father, like Son, generous inside and out, true from start to finish.’ [John 1:14 MSG] Christmas is a very special time for most people. At the very least, it gives us the […]

Steve’s Newsletter – November 2019

I’m really not a big fan of this time of year. The days are getting shorter, the weather colder, trees are losing their leaves and the outlook is pretty bleak as we tumble on towards the shortest day of the year. I think sometimes life can leave us with very similar feelings; darkness can seem […]

Steve’s Newsletter – October 2019

When I started thinking about using ‘footprints’ as a theme for this letter, I had feet in mind, but by far the biggest hit on the internet about footprints was about our carbon footprint, the damage that we do to our world through pollution etc. Then that got me thinking about what we do with […]