Many of our activities are back up and running and we are open for worship on Sunday mornings at 10.45am. We still have a few things in place to keep people safe, but you no longer need to wear a mask or book in advance if you want to join us - just come along. If you'd prefer to still wear a mask that's fine too.
Teach Me To Pray
The Bible encourages us, "in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, to present you requests to God." (Philippians 4:6).
If you want to learn more about the prayer, the Prayer Course is a great resource. We ran the course at our church last year, and many of us found it helpful. The good news is that all the videos are available free online, so now might be a good time to tap into those to discover more about different aspects of prayer and rediscover how to pray.
The 24-7 Prayer website also has resources to prayer specifically about our response to the coronavirus.
If you'd like us to pray for you, please get in touch.
Are you in need of some daily hope during lockdown? Daily Hope is a new FREE telephone line for you to ring to hear comforting hymns, daily prayers and reflections. The number is 0800 804 8044. More information can be found here.
Mental Health and Wellbeing
It is important that we look after our mental health and wellbeing at this time.
Fortunately there's lots of great resources online that can help, so we've put together a list of some of these below and we hope you will find them useful:
Mind And Soul: Information both both individuals and churches;
Mental Health Foundation: information on mental health issues and maintaining mental well-being;
YoungMinds: Information for both parents and young people on all aspects of mental health of children and young people;
MIND: Information to assist in understanding mental health issues;
Lectio 365: Daily devotional App;
Headspace: Mindfulness App.