Pray, Inspire, Encourage

Did you know that part of my role as children’s and youth worker at Newhaven Church is to support our local churches in the Greater Leith Area in their commitment to working with children, youth, and families? With this hat on, may I invite you to our first Pray, Inspire, Encourage on Saturday 9th November from 12:30pm-2:30pm at North Fort Café. This month we will eat lunch together; pray together; look at what it means for our faith community to ‘grow young’; and think about how we make the most out the season of Advent.  All FREE! RSVP required by Wednesday 6th November to Cassie.Abousamak@gmail.comPIE_Main_

Messy Church Friday 11th October 2019 5:30pm-7:30pm

We hope you can join us for our second ever Messy Church as we look at what it means to Love Our Neighbour. All are welcome. Dinner will be served as part of our time together. RSVP not necessary, but a wee note with any food allergies in advance can help the catering team. Email. cassie.abousamak@gmail.com. MessyChurchPostcards_OctNov2019_forSocialMedia

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.

09/02/2014 sermon. What lies at the heart of Christianity. Part 3 How Christian Faith has been understood

In our service on Sunday 9th February 2014, our Minister Peter considered part 3 of the theme: “What lies at the heart of Christianity, and why it matters, and considered some of the ways our Christian Faith has been understood in the context of Mark 5:21-34 and Mark 9:14.  A recording of the service’s sermon is available to play below, or by right clicking on this link to download the sermon to your computer.

To see these Bible readings online, please follow these links to:

19/01/2014 sermon. What lies at the heart of Christianity. Part 1 Religion, belief and faith

In our service on Sunday 19th January 2014, we had the privilege of participating in the dedication of Lewis Newall.  A recording of Lewis’ dedication is available to play below:

Our Minister Peter then considered part 1 on the theme of “What lies at the heart of Christianity, and why it matters, and considered religion, belief and faith in the context of Matthew 6:19-21 and 2 Corinthians 5:11-21. A recording of the service’s sermon is available to play below, or by right clicking on this link to download the sermon to your computer.

To see these Bible readings online, please follow these links to:

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24/11/2013 sermon. The conversion of Saul (Acts 9:3-9). The importance of living with faith that always trusts, and not living with certitude

In our service on Sunday, our Minister Peter considered Acts 9:3-9 (the conversion of Saul), and the importance of living with faith that always trusts, and not living with certitude.

To see this Bible readings online, please follow this link to Acts 9:3-9 (The conversion of Saul) on the BibleGateway website

A recording of the service’s sermon is available to play below, or by right clicking on this link to download the sermon to your computer.

17/02/13 sermon – Faith as fidelity/faithfulness (John 21:1-17)

Today Peter read John 21:1-17 ‘Jesus appears to the seven disciples’ and considered faith as fidelity/faithfulness. To hear the sermon, please click on the player below, or alternatively right click on this link to download the sermon to your computer.

[audio https://newhavenchurch.files.wordpress.com/2012/07/17-02-2013-sermon.mp3]

Can you think of real life examples of faith as fidelity/faithfulness?  Feel free to share your thoughts with us in the comments box below.