The Letter of James — a preaching series in the circuit from 29th October through to 26th November.
True faith produces fruit. A faith without action and without life change is ultimately a dead faith. The book of James speaks to the realities of a living faith in Jesus--the kind of roll-up-your-sleeves and get-your-hands-dirty discipleship that is borne out of an authentic relationship with the risen Lord. James writes to believers who know suffering, who've faced trials, and who ultimately desire a deep relationship with God.
Each church in the circuit is following the series at slightly different times, find out what each church is doing by looking at the individual church page here
Following each weeks message we shall meet at Culcheth and unpack the Book further as we explore through video and conversation.
See the Francis Chan video trailer here
10am — Wednesday's 1st, 8th, 22nd, 29th November
7pm — Friday's 3rd and 10th November
7pm — Monday 20th November
7pm — Friday 1st December
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