The second Quiz Night and Fund Raiser of the year was held on Saturday 16th September at HCMS. The idea of the quiz was to bring together church members and their guests for a fun evening, to enjoy each other’s
Episode 8: All is not what it seems So, a new term begins and we are now on the “home run” just four more months, great after the short summer break to see everyone back and eager to learn. I have
Without any risk of exaggeration, it is safe to say that social media is everywhere. Every business, shop, enterprise, teenager, grandparent and adult seems to be involved (if not obsessed) with Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and Snapchat, just to name
Read the notes and watch the presentation while listening to “Restoring Your Cutting”, by Bernard Plume. The accompanying sermons notes are available too and can be downloaded here.
Pay attention to the Signs! Yes, a pretty obvious statement I know but… On my last visit to the capital I failed miserably to do this. You know how you get familiar with a route and slip into auto pilot?
You can now read the notes and watch the presentation while listening to “A Living Legacy”, by Bernard Plume. The accompanying sermons notes are available too and can be downloaded here.
Saturday 8th July saw us hold our second Flower, Arts, Crafts and Hobbies Festival with BBQ at HCMS. This year however, we decided to raise as many funds as we could for St Nicholas Hospice, a very worthy cause I’m
Sunday 25th June ended the 8-year Inter Church Choir (ICC) project in a rousing, fun-filled visit to the Horringer Court Community Church (HC3). On June 18th 2009, twenty people from Churches around Bury St Edmunds and as far away as
When we hear “rain stopped play” we normally think of cricket (said in a Richie Benaud accent) or Wimbledon (but not so much now they have a roof) but on Tuesday 27th June it happened to us! By us I
We rang the changes for this year’s 2017 Father’s Day service. Shorter but action packed would be a good description and it was great to have a number of visitor’s present. Pastor Bernard led the service, setting the tone by