Things have certainly been very different this year but some things never change.
Although we have not been able to meet as often as we would have liked Christmas remains the same. So as we find ourselves isolated and apart from some of our family lets remember that Christmas is the celebration of the birth of a baby in Bethlehem. What made this baby special was because of who was. In the Bible – Isaiah 9 verse 6 tells us He will be “Wonderful counsellor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace.
This prophecy, many years before it actually happened, came true in the stable at Bethlehem a little town in Judea. He was called Jesus because He “would save His people from their sins”. This baby grew to be a man and subsequently died a cruel cross at Calvary. Why? “For God so loved the world that He gave His only Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish but have eternal life” John 3 v16 niv
We all expect to receive gifts this Christmas but to receive the gift of the Lord Jesus must be the greatest gift of all. This gift can be yours, no cost, a free gift given in love by God. Will you receive this gift?
If you want to know more about this gift please use the contact page to get in touch and we would love to hear from you.
Our Services over Christmas are curtailed this year but our services will be as follows:
Christmas Carol Service – Sunday 20 December at 3.00
Christmas Day Service – 10.00
Both services will be held in the Chapel but due to restrictions please pre- book by contacting us as soon as possible
Sunday – 27th December – 11.00 and 6.00 will be live streamed on Facebook