Not just to survive, but to thrive.
As Christians, we believe that God doesn't just promise life, but life in all of its fullness.
We want all of God's created Kingdom not just to survive, but to thrive.
But, as a sustained, significant shift in our climate patterns becomes increasingly concerning, those aspirations for abundant life here and now are threatened. Is there a way for us reach the global target of limiting the temperature rise to 1.5 degrees?
Read our briefing to find out three ways you can begin to make positive changes: personally, as a church and nationally.
Here you will find material for Church fellowship and conversation, worship resources for Local Preachers, and other related topics.
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On Friday 13th December at Bag Lane Methodist Church, "Christmas Tree Social"Games,dancing and singing.Come and have some pre Christmas fun! Refreshments on sale followed by sale of gifts from the tree. Admission...
Glazebury Film Club — Saturday 14th December film starts at 6.30pmAn Elf's Story: The Elf on the ShelfChippy is assigned to a family that includes a boy who is questioning the magic of Christmas. When Chippy finds the assignment a bit challenging, his good friends, Santa, and an unexpected child help him remember why his job is important!Great fun for all the family.Free to watch...