We are beginning a series of 4 Sundays focusing on the work of 4 different mission agencies that we, Freshbrook Church, support. The first of our series begins tomorrow, Sunday 7th, looking at the work of MAF. We’ll be considering the first of our Bible characters Moses and how he responded to being SENT on mission.
All is not lost though, our programme of 10:30 services will be family-friendly and there will be provision part way through the service for primary-age children to go out to their own activity whilst the service continues. Whether you’re a Freshbrook regular or just visiting in the area, we look forward to meeting you.
Our BBQ last year, in support of the Great Western Hospital, was such an enjoyable and fun occasion that we are very much looking forward to repeating it again this Sept.
This time we are supporting of Swindon Safe Families.Continue reading
This next Sunday, 17th July we are starting a short three-week series rooted in Paul’s writing to the church in 1 Corinthians 13 v 13 “And now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love.”
We invite you to join us as we meet together at 10.30 each Sunday, especially as we consider what place there is in modern society for Faith; for Hope; and for Love?
Following on from the success of our week of prayer at the start of the year we are hosting a further week of prayer from Monday 11th – Sunday 17th July.
Please do join us in person when possible or on zoom for those meetings that will be hosted in that format. Take the opportunity as it is presented to you to pray together with others or in your private or family devotions for the ministry of the church in our community, across the town, and around the world. Pray for those who serve and for those who are served, those rejoicing in the goodness and grace of God, and those suffering and in need of His tender mercy. You can find the schedule of events and the prayer topics here: https://www.freshbrook.org/week-of-prayer-2022-2/
We have a group of young people and their leaders at the South West regional conference this weekend. It has always been a fantastic weekend in the faith development of our YP over the years and an encouragement to the leaders. Please pray that this weekend is just as amazing.
Saturday 18th June, 10.00am – 12.00pm
Every Tuesday 2pm to 4pm – Connect, Chat, Chill session.
Every Wednesday 10am to 4pm when different crafts are available to take part in (if you choose to do so) such as colouring, painting, knitting etc.
You can learn more about the Thy Kingdom Come prayer initiative as Colin from Gateway Church introduces it. The 10 days of prayer launches this evening (Thursday 26th May) at Pattern Church. Check out the video linked below: