Our events are designed to enable development of your human and spiritual capital JuneSeries2016: Freedom! (Luke 4:18) “The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, because he has anointed me to bring good news to the poor. He has sent me to proclaim release to the captives and recovery of sight to the blind,to let … Continue reading JuneSeries2016
Over the last couple of weeks I laid some foundations from the book of Amos, looking at the origins of the writer, the historical context of his writing, and some of the challenges he was called to address in that era. Moving forward we will be hosting Mike Chasterton (Tearfund). Mike has experience in working … Continue reading This Sunday @ Healingsprings fellowship
Scriptural reference: Matthew 25:35-40 With a view to highlight the plight of people suffering the scourge of persecution, and the role of the church on issues to do with social justice, Healingsprings fellowship will be hosting Dr Khataza Gondwe (Team Lead, Africa and Middle East, Christian Solidarity Worldwide) this June. So, it is with great … Continue reading June Series 2015: the church and social justice
On Saturday 18th April, we have use of a beautifully converted double decker bus known as the CRIB for outreach in our community. Please see below schedule of activities: 8am – 9am: Prayers for London Borough of Bexley 10am – 11am: Christianity and Social Justice – Talk/Presentation and Q & A 12pm – 1pm: Open House … Continue reading Pray Love Bexley 2015!
Church Reloaded: Grace By way of recap, church reloaded kicked off with a lecture on Gratitude, then we made steady progress under the subheading of Revolution, and last week we arrived at Merit or Grace; focussing on Matt. 22:1-24. This Sunday I will be starting a series simply entitled: Grace. Drawing from biblical texts, major Christian … Continue reading This Sunday @ Healingsprings fellowship!
After an awesome time studying the wealth of wisdom found in the book of James, we continue our journey through the New Testament to Mark’s account of Jesus. Who is Mark? Who was he writing to? What were the possible reasons behind his writing? These and many more questions will be discussed during the course … Continue reading Community Bible Experience: New Testament, The Book of Mark
Community Bible Experience operates like a Reading Club… Participants agree a weekly reading plan, then every Friday we meet in a relaxed fashion for an hour to discuss the following simple questions: What’s something you noticed for the first time? What questions did you have? Was there anything that bothered you? What did you learn … Continue reading This week’s Community Bible Experience: Ephesians and Philemon