St. Nicholas’ Church, Rawreth

Look Out!

Look Out is the new Faith in Action Newsletter download the first edition. Read about … The Good News of a God who does not abandon us Work with homeless people A person who gave up sailing to devote herself to … Continue reading

Faithfulness really does matter

Some websites are providing a dating service which actively encourage people to be unfaithful, you may have seen the adverts.  A campaign has been started, and is gaining support, to try to stop this – it is called ‘faithfulness matters’ … Continue reading

People Trafficking on our doorstep

It is not long since we celebrated the Abolition of the Slave Trade and yet slavery is still rife.  Even more disturbing, people are being trafficked into domestic servitude, forced labour (including canabis cultivation) and the sex industry here in … Continue reading

How do we see income tax?

I have just signed a petition that really made me look at my own attitudes to tax … what do you think? “Three of us within Glasgow Presbytery have launched this e-petition – http://epetitions.direct.gov.uk/petitions/16382 – asking the Government to change … Continue reading

Steve Job’s Stanford speech

“Remembering that I will be dead soon is the most important tool I have ever encountered to help me make the big choices in life.  Because almost everything, all external expectations, all pride, all fear of embarrassment or failure, these … Continue reading

Harvest

This Sunday (9th October) we celebrate harvest and we will be making a donation to the work of HARP, the homeless charity based in Southend … find out more about their work www.harpsouthend.co.uk

Acts 435

How Acts 435 works … Acts 435 is a revolutionary website that allows people to give money directly to others. 100% of what is donated via Acts 435 goes directly to those in need. If you GiftAid your donation, it … Continue reading

What a fantastic weekend …

What a brilliant weekend – a fayre, a concert, a special service to celebrate the 400th aniversary of the King James Version of the Bible, a beautiful Choral Eucharist in in the middle of it all a slap up Sunday … Continue reading

A great afternoon out

Many thanks to Barrie and Barbara for their hospitality this Bank Holiday afternoon. They opened up their garden for ‘Tea and Trains’ offering steam train rides around the track in their garden. Lots of other people baked cakes, opened up … Continue reading