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Wednesday 3rd November 20217:30pmMidweek fellowship for all members meeting at Bryn
For the time being until we get back to normal the prayer meeting for both our houses will be held at Bryn. We are grateful for the diligence of those who have chosen to travel the extra distance to join us. We feel a bigger joint meeting is much more exciting and edifying than two smaller ones. It really is a special time.
Sunday 7th November 202110:30amCelebrating Jesus and the Breaking of Bread
Whilst we never fully shut our doors we respect the fact that some felt unable to attend during the pandemic. Many have suffered and lives have been changed or at least temporarily disrupted. We adhere to the scripture that says "Not neglecting the assembly" and pray for the return to the good habit of church attendance across the country. At both houses of Cornerstone Family Church everyone is welcome, hugging is our norm but pease be sensitive to those who are not ready for that yet and give people space where they need it. Try to sit within family groups where possible and there must be no condemnation to those who still feel it's better to stay away. We all have different needs and the church leaders wants to meet them where we can.
Wednesday 10th November 20217:30pmPrayer Praise and midweek fellowship meeting
All the above with tea coffee and cakes. Its time to get to know one another again and we all need more of Jesus.
Sunday 14th November 202110:30amCelebrating Jesus and the Breaking of Bread
Whilst we never fully shut our doors we respect the fact that some felt unable to attend during the pandemic. Many have suffered and lives have been changed or at least temporarily disrupted. We adhere to the scripture that says "Not neglecting the assembly" and pray for the return to the good habit of church attendance across the country. At both houses of Cornerstone Family Church everyone is welcome, hugging is our norm but pease be sensitive to those who are not ready for that yet and give people space where they need it. Try to sit within family groups where possible and there must be no condemnation to those who still feel it's better to stay away. We all have different needs and the church leaders wants to meet them where we can.
Monday 15th November 20217:00pmIsaiah 61 Platt Bridge Community Ctr Speaker Barry Massey
An evening of testimony, prayer and miracles. Ministering to all but especially those with mental health issues right now. Spiritual health means good mental health so bring a guest who may need some company, a break from routine and a touch from the Lord.
Wednesday 17th November 20217:30pmPrayer Praise and midweek fellowship meeting
All the above with tea coffee and cakes. Its time to get to know one another again and we all need more of Jesus.
Saturday 20th November 20217:00pmTake me to the river, Baptism Service
Cornerstone Family Churchy invites Christians Against Poverty and Isaiah 61 and you to Bryn for a Saturday night Baptism Party.
Sunday 21st November 202110:30amCelebrating Jesus and the Breaking of Bread
Whilst we never fully shut our doors we respect the fact that some felt unable to attend during the pandemic. Many have suffered and lives have been changed or at least temporarily disrupted. We adhere to the scripture that says "Not neglecting the assembly" and pray for the return to the good habit of church attendance across the country. At both houses of Cornerstone Family Church everyone is welcome, hugging is our norm but pease be sensitive to those who are not ready for that yet and give people space where they need it. Try to sit within family groups where possible and there must be no condemnation to those who still feel it's better to stay away. We all have different needs and the church leaders wants to meet them where we can.
Wednesday 24th November 20217:30pmPrayer Praise and midweek fellowship meeting
All the above with tea coffee and cakes. Its time to get to know one another again and we all need more of Jesus.
Sunday 28th November 202110:30amCelebrating Jesus and the Breaking of Bread
Whilst we never fully shut our doors we respect the fact that some felt unable to attend during the pandemic. Many have suffered and lives have been changed or at least temporarily disrupted. We adhere to the scripture that says "Not neglecting the assembly" and pray for the return to the good habit of church attendance across the country. At both houses of Cornerstone Family Church everyone is welcome, hugging is our norm but pease be sensitive to those who are not ready for that yet and give people space where they need it. Try to sit within family groups where possible and there must be no condemnation to those who still feel it's better to stay away. We all have different needs and the church leaders wants to meet them where we can.
Monday 29th November 20217:00pmIsaiah 61 at Platt Bridge Community Centre
An evening of testimony, prayer and miracles. Ministering to all but especially those with mental health issues right now. Spiritual health means good mental health so bring a guest who may need some company, a break from routine and a touch from the Lord.
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