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Join us for our All Saints Healing Service

I pray you’ve been safe and healthy this week. I’m glad to announce that we had church again (Sunday the 22nd November). This Sunday was Christ The King Sunday, the last Sunday of the liturgical year. It is a healing service and we are pleased to bring this to you.

Rev Dr Ed Hird preached on the Parable of the Good Samaritan from Luke 10:25-37: “Pouring Healing Oil on our Neighbour’s Wounds”.
You can find the Service by clicking HERE.

This is a wonderful time to fellowship together.
For the kids, there’s a special song for you by Janice Hird one of our JOY Time coordinators.
A couple of quick reminders:

  1. Please continue to pray for and give to our Project Oikos. This week, I’ll be challenging everyone to tell someone else about Project Oikos. You never know who might hear our story. Listen to our service to hear an amazing story.
    In Him,
    Bishop Peter (and Jenny) Klenner


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Remembering Dr JI Packer

-You will enjoy Regent College’s recent online memorial service for Dr. JI Packer.

I commend to you my trilogy of articles on Dr. JI Packer recently published in the Light Magazine and Academia.edu
1) “Analyzing the Lasting Impact of the Late Dr JI Packer: Giant of the Faith”
2) Dr JI Packer & Richard Baxter: Essentials, Diversity, and Charity
3) “Analyzing the Global Impact of Dr. JI Packer”


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The Secret of Contentment

I pray you’ve been safe and healthy this week. I’m glad to announce that we had church again this morning (Sunday the 8th November). We conducted a Remembrance Day Service. It is our honour and privilege to bring you this service.
The theme from Philippians 4 is “The Secret of Contentment’.
You can find the Service by clicking HERE.
This is a wonderful time to fellowship

  1. Please continue to pray for our Project Oikos. Maybe you might consider being an advocate for our fundraising and introduce “Project Oikos” to others. (If you need more booklets, don’t hesitate to let me know.
    See you at church.
    In Him,
    Bishop Peter (and Jenny) Klenner