A reading and prayer to use at home, either on your own or with family and friends. Why not share it with someone over a phone call?
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We sometimes wonder how to engage young people and why we have the form of Church/Sunday School that has been around for generations. As we begin to make some changes and explore more, here is some food for thought: https://soundcloud.com/parentingforfaith-brf/4-the-power-of-a-follower-questions-about-teens-and-healing-and-the-history-of-childrens-ministry
At Brightons Parish Church we’re trying to become truly “intergenerational”. It’s not straightforward and it’s not easy. As we work on this we will have successes and sometimes it will be less successful however, with prayer and being open to God’s leading, we will continue to make progress! For some more ideas, check out this
Last Sunday (31st March 2019) we held our Annual Business Meeting and the accounts were presented for 2018. Click here to download these – the narrative will give you a flavour of what happened last year and the accounts the financial needs of our congregational to support our “ministry of reconciliation” (see sermon for 31st
On Sunday 17th March, Scott spoke about knowing our spiritual temperaments so that we can know more of our crucified and glorious Saviour, Jesus Christ. For some general info on spiritual temperaments, click here. This is based on the book ‘Spiritual Pathways’ by Gary Thomas. If you would like to take the quiz Scott spoke
Thanks to our able Communications Team and the four young people who have joined them (to help edit the Sunday audio – thanks Adam, Aidan, Jack and Stuart!), we now have the first two sermons up from Rev. Scott Burton, our new minister – more to follow! The sermons are accessible via the “Sermons” tab