Thursday Fellowship meets in the Parish Room of the Holy Cross Church at 2.15pm. We would love you to join us for fellowship, friendship and fun! For further information head to the following link –Thursday Fellowship
We commenced our Autumn programme on the 8th September with a visit from Pastor Malcolm Haines. He brought a great word on our theme for the year – “Be still and know that I am God.”
15th Sept – Becky Cummins from Brighton and Hove City Mission
22nd Sept – Win Funnell
29th Sept – Sue Cunningham
6th Oct – Colleen Hurd
13th Oct – Harvest Lunch (1pm) Special guest Lorna Sivyour
If you would like to know more, give Faith a ring on 01273 3040182
For many people who are not Christian believers, all the suffering and evil in the world is their biggest objection to the Christian message. Many Christians ask the same question. Others are confused by the false teaching that God always wants his children to be healthy, wealthy, and happy.
‘The Biggest Question: why does God allow suffering?’ is an eight week home group course which explores what the Bible says, and also hears from people who have been through all kinds of tragedies – hearing not just how their lives have been changed, but how their faith has been challenged.. The purpose of this course is to strengthen our faith as believers, and to equip us to respond effectively to the question of our unbelieving friends and colleagues.
Starting 29th September @ 7.30pm
– this group is led by Phil and Sheila
If you are interested in attending please contact Malcolm on:
Who would have thought that we have been taking a short service once a month on a Sunday afternoon for three years! The time has flown by and we are grateful for the goodwill which has developed over that time.
On Sunday 28th August, 15 residents and 8 members of the church congregated to share in the singing of some favourite hymns, to read the Word, to pray and to listen to a short message of encouragement and hope.
It is clear by the response that it means so much to the residents all of whom are unable to go to church themselves.
It is always a very happy occasion which we hope to continue.