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New: Wednesday Prayer @ 10am

This Wednesday, we're trying something new.  At 10am, we'll meet via Zoom for a short time to pray together.  We'll take the first few Wednesdays as they come, and see what pattern works for us.  I'd love for you to join us via Zoom, please email me for details of how to join.

We'll be no more than 20 minutes, which will give enough time to make a hot drink before joining the Vircual Coffee Shop.

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unsplash-logoDan Kiefer

“In the past God spoke to our ancestors through the prophets at many times and in various ways, but in these last days he has spoken to us by his Son, whom he appointed heir of all things, and through whom also he made the universe. The Son is the radiance of God’s glory a...

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Virtual Coffee Shop

This Wednesday, at 10:30, we'll be having our regular Virtual Coffee Shop, if you can join us for that, it would be great to see you. 

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unsplash-logoNathan Dumlao

Virtual Coffee Shop

This Wednesday, at 10:30, we'll be having our regular Virtual Coffee Shop, if you can join us for that, it would be great to see you. 

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unsplash-logoAbdul Rauf Khalid

“One day Ruth’s mother-in-law Naomi said to her, ‘My daughter, I must find a home for you, where you will be well provided for. Now Boaz, with whose women you have worked, is a relative of ours. Tonight he will be winnowing barley on the threshing-floor.” (Ruth 3:1-2, NIV)

Last week, the answer to Ruth and Naomi’s situation was clear - an eligible bachelor named Boaz. As we start Ruth chapter 3, however, several weeks have passed, and it looks like a marriage is no closer. In order to resolve this, Naomi concocts a bold plan of action. The plan is highly risky for Ruth: she will need to trust her mother-in-law and her redeemer totally if she is to be safe.

I hope that you’ll be able to join us in-person or online this Sunday, as we look at the second chapter of Ruth together. Why not spend some time reading the whole of Ruth before we look at it as a church family.

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