CORONAVIRUS NOTICE AND FUTURE MEETINGS
Edington Chapel is now open for Sunday morning services with some Covid19 restrictions still in place.
Due to the new government regulations, please read the latest 'Plan B' guidance: https://www.gov.uk/government/topical-events/coronavirus-covid-19-uk-government-response It includes the requirement to wear a face mask. Also, what are considered "reasonable excuses" for not wearing a mask, particularly with regard to singing, and guidance for those not able to wear a face covering:
We will continue to ventilate the building with windows open. Please bring a warm coat!
We have a screen for the speaker and those leading / speaking behind the lectern. We ask that after the service, folk are encouraged to chat outside,
The service will also be linked via Zoom for those who cannot come in person
Sunday 23rd January
10.45am Speaker: David Herring
Evening services are only on Zoom during the winter, every other week. Next service: 23rd January 7.30pm Testimony from Nancy W and message from Andrew F
Please use the contact page for enquiries.
Please go to the following link for recent Bible teaching through our morning services :
We do trust and pray that God will continue to help, strengthen and encourage us during these days.
We are particularly praying for all NHS staff and care workers coping under the tremendous pressure that they are facing.
God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in time of trouble (Psalm 46:1).
As Christians we desire to share the hope and purpose of our faith.
Please consider the following good news about Jesus Christ:
We believe that Jesus died on the Cross and then rose again.
This means that God has accepted His Son’s sacrifice for our sins and the way has been opened for us to return to Him.
He offers the forgiveness of sins to anyone who repents, believes the Good News and comes to Jesus in real faith.
We believe that when someone comes to know Jesus as their Lord and Saviour they receive the gift of the Holy Spirit.
The Spirit of God enables us to follow Jesus and gives us the assurance of everlasting life.
Why do we want to share this?
Firstly, because Jesus told His followers to share the Good News of His love with everyone.
We care about our local community, and in a changing world full of uncertainty, the Bible has brought hope and meaning to our lives -
and we just can’t keep that to ourselves!
God is able to bring you real help, comfort and peace that passes all understanding.
Jesus is alive and able to change people as He did in New Testament times.
CIO Charity Registration Number: 1192447 (Incorporated in England and Wales).
You are warmly invited to join us for our services, whether you are visiting the area, or are just interested to find out more about Christianity.
10:45 am Morning Service & Sunday School
6:30 pm Evening Service
7:30pm Bible Study and Prayer Meeting
2 - 3pm Life Group Bible Study
Bible Study and Prayer Meeting
We are now studying - Evangelism: A Way of Life - A series of 12 studies by Rebecca Manly Pippert(IVP) We will later be returning to studying the Book of Isaiah.
10.30am - 12pm
Come and enjoy coffee & cake! All are welcome.
Third Wednesday of every month (not open in August)
6:15-7:15pm Kids' Zone (term-time only)
Thirtyoneeight.org Child Protection Policy Registered
Next meeting: TBC
Venue: The Crown Inn, Catcott
(except third week of month)
Conversational Bible study
All are welcome