Stuart's Blog

A very Happy New Year to you all.

We may still be having difficulty meeting together but we are hoping to resume services as much as normal. We will be meeting at the Parish Rooms in Hornsea on Sundays from 10.00 a.m. to12 noon. Services commence at 10.30 a.m. We will be following Covid Government guidelines so hand sanitiser will be available, masks should be worn and social distancing observed. Following the service please take your seat and wipe down before stacking. 

In these difficult and unprecedented times may you feel the presence of the Lord with you. You are never alone no matter how you feel. Our Lord and Saviour is with us, the Christ Child, Emmanuel. 

May the Lord bless you and keep you, make His face shine upon you and give you peace.

God bless you all and keep you safe, 

Stuart















 












How can we be a community whilst practicing 'social distancing'?

19th March 2020

The great thing about belonging to a church, especially this church, is that we are all part of a "community of grace". We love and support each other even though we have so many differences. Every member has a place and a role, so every member is valued.

We know that we are church all the time. We never stop being part of the Body of Jesus, even when we are not together, but we love spending time together. It is during that social contact that we grow together, pray together, share news, worship together and encourage each other. It is where we get the chance to value each other.

After meeting for outdoor services in Hall Garth Park, with grateful thanks to Hornsea Town Council for permission to do this, we are venturing ,as from September 13th, to move indoors and this will be in the Parish Rooms in Newbegin. 

As we have been wondering about what will happen to us now Dave is leaving God has been working His purpose out and has provided us with this opportunity to meet together and to worship He who loves us so much. I hope that you will join us for this new phase and as He says in His word,

"Forget the former things, do not dwell on the past. See I am doing a new thing!"

Praise the Lord indeed,

God bless you all.

Stuart