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Easter Services at Newhaven Church 2019

Good Friday: 19th April at 7pm

A reflective service, in the church building. Communion will be served.

Easter Sunday: 21st April at 10:30am

Open air All Age service at the Rose Garden at the top of Starbank Park. Suitable for adults and children including babies and toddlers in buggies. Egg hunt and crafts for children.  Hot drinks in the church hall after the service.

Please note- in the event of bad weather the service will be held in the Church.

Monday 22nd April, from 10am to 12:30pm

Messy Family Day in the church hall.

Come and explore a bible Story about Jesus and his friends through crafts, story telling and reflection. Soup lunch included.

Suitable for toddlers – Primary 7 age group and their grown ups!

Monday 29th April at 6:30pm

Alpha Introductory taster with light supper, in the church hall.

To book please email alpha@n-c.org.uk

Entering Jerusalem- Sermon 14th April 2019

Reading:

Mark 11:1-21

In this sermon, read by one of our Elders, Colin MacNeill, Rev. Bluett looked at Jesus’s entry into Jerusalem as described in the gospel according to Mark. He explored the significance of Jesus’s visit to the Temple, framed by the story of the fig tree.

If you would like to listen to the sermon please click on the audio player below.

 

 

 

Journeying to Jerusalem- Sermon 7th April 2019

Readings:

Mark 9:2-8

Mark 10:17-31

Mark 10:46-52

In this sermon in his ongoing series, Rev. Bluett looked at the stories, in the gospel according to Mark, of the Transfiguration, the Rich Man and the healing of blind Bartimaeus, all of which occurred during Jesus’s journey towards Jerusalem.

If you would like to listen to the sermon please click on the audio player below.

Seeing the Way- Sermon 31st April 2019

Reading:

Mark 8:22-38

In this sermon Rev. Peter Bluett continued his exploration of the gospel according to Mark by considering the passages in which Jesus begins to prepare His disciples for His journey to Jerusalem.

If you would like to listen to the sermon please click on the audio player below.

Faith and Understanding- Sermon 24th March 2019

Reading:

Mark 7-8:21

In his continuing series on the gospels, Rev. Bluett looked, in this sermon, at a number of passages in the gospel according to Mark and explored the question of from where faith comes.

If you would like to listen to the sermon please click on the audio player below.

Café News March 2019

News from our Café Manager, Sandra, about some some exciting events coming up at Newhaven Connections Café!

Why not drop in, enjoy some of the lovely home baking on offer and see what’s going on:

  • Next week, ahead of Mother’s Day, the Café is doing a special Afternoon Tea (available 11-3) Tues, Wed and Thursday.
  • On Wednesday 27th from 10.30 to 12.30 there will be a drop in session with the local Community Police Team
  • For the next 2 weeks, a bookstall from the Faith Mission will be selling Easter cards, books, gifts etc.

The New Moses? Sermon 17th March 2019

Readings:

Mark 6:1-6

Mark 6:14-52

In his sermon this morning our Minister, Peter, continued his exploration of the Gospel according to Mark. He looked at the rejection of Jesus at Nazareth, the death of John the Baptist, the feeding of the five thousand and Jesus walking on water. In addressing the meaning of the passages, he explored the parallels between Jesus and Moses.

If you would like to listen to the sermon please click on the audio player below.

 

 

Purity and Impurity- Sermon 10th March 2019

Reading:

Mark 5

 

In this morning’s sermon, Rev. Bluett, in his continuing series on the Gospels, looked at chapter 5 of the Gospel according to Mark. He considered the theme, running through the miracle stories told in that chapter, of purity and impurity.

If you would like to listen to the sermon please click on the audio player below.