While members of the congregation can attend service masked or unmasked at their discretion, we appeal for sensitivity, understanding and love for neighbour, whichever option is chosen.
If anyone feels uncomfortable or concerned about where they are sitting in church, there will be a safer area, to back or sides, where they can choose to sit.
In many things within the services the old maxim pertains: All may, some shall, none must. But let everything be done in charity.
Thank you for your help and understanding as we find a way forward.
Wednesday, 11.00 am. St Thomas'
DEEPER provides an opportunity to focus in on a book of the Bible and its unique message to Christians today. Beginning on Wednesday 15th September, we shall look at the Paul's Letter to the Colossian church.
It can happen so easily and frequently. People start out well as Christians end up light-years from the gospel of Jesus Christ, caught up in weird and not-so-wonderful cults, movements and traditions. They may still talk about Jesus, but their focus has shifted from the central truths of who He is and what He has done to other things. These other things become the focus of our Christianity. It seems that Jesus Christ and His saving death are no longer enough.
This kind of teaching was the reason Paul wrote his letter to the Christians at Colossae. This is vital teaching for Christians today also.
We are meeting in person and maintaining distance on Wednesday mornings, it is possible also to listen in via zoom.
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