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  • Sharing The Wonder

    Contributed by Geoffrey Foot on Mar 27, 2017
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    For the Samaritan woman at the water well the experience of meeting Jesus changed her life forever, we can share in her wonder.

    Sharing the Wonder John 4:5-30 Today’s gospel shows some astounding characteristics of Jesus. He was talking to a Samaritan woman, holding a conversation with her, and this was unheard of for a Rabbis to do – this was just NOT done. When Jesus said to her, ‘Give me a drink’ her reaction ...read more

  • Jesus Loves Everyone

    Contributed by Craig Condon on Apr 25, 2016
     | 1,110 views

    Have you ever noticed that when children play games, some children are always the last to be chosen? How do you think Jesus feels when he sees that happening? I think he feels very sad, because he loves everyone and he wants us to love everyone.

    Good morning boys and girls! Look what I have for all of you this morning! I got this idea from my mother when I remembered the times when she could come to church here and bring treats for the Sunday School children. Can anyone tell me what they are?) They’re called ice cream wafers, and ...read more

  • Changes Unites Us

    Contributed by Craig Condon on Apr 25, 2016
     | 1,077 views

    We often resist change, but Jesus wants us to accept and even promote the Gospel of Jesus Christ to everyone. He wants us to drop all barriers to the cause of Christ.

    I want to start my message this morning by asking the older members a question, and the answer might take you on a trip down memory lane. How many of you remember the TV series “I Love Lucy?” Ricky Ricardo always had a line he used when Lucy did something wrong. It was “Lucy, ...read more