Aldersgate Sunday is a great opportunity to celebrate the work of God in our lives, and to reflect on how we should respond to everything that God has given us. Change happens when we share the story. Wesley experienced this when someone else read to him Martin Luther's Preface to Romans. Just as John Wesley felt his heart 'strangely warmed', we too can be refreshed and inspired by sharing our faith stories with each other.
The documents attached to this page reflect that warmed heart experience of Church members today.
So thank you to
Janet Clayton for — My Heart was strangely warmed
Helen Pye for her — A warmed heart
Philip Kennedy for — Bubbles
Maureen Hilton for — The God who calls
As you read of their experiences, you may like to reflect on your own journey with God.
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