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Sunday 15th September 2019
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Weekly News Letter
A weekly church news letter produced by Pastor
Andy Lloyd-Williams and Community Worker Mark Palmer.
Its purpose is to encourage you with a short thought and inform your prayers and your diary.
New Junior Church Mission Statement
Brixworth Community Church Junior church will provide a reliable and safe environment where children will:
Know they are loved by God and His wider church
Discover more about the Christian faith through scripture focused learning
Grow together in a fun session that is welcoming to all
The Light Party
Held at the Community Centre on 31st October turned out to be a great success! Our hope was to encourage young families in the village to celebrate all that is light and good. We did this with a fun packed activities including doughnut challenges, glow in the dark volleyball, tincan mayhem and hotdogs, to name but a few. It was great to see some new faces. One parent said "it is so good that the Church has offered all this for free". A great evening as it turns out for all the family! Big thanks to all the volunteers who helped make it happen.
Brixworth Community Church BBQ
29th August 2019
held in a church members garden
Soccer and Netball April 2019.
What a great week we had at the Soccer and Netball school. This year we had sunshine! The Sportsreach team met as always at the community centre where they had food at the Olive Branch and then gave a quick briefing while
handing out, team shirts and track suits.
The theme this year was Mission POSSIBLE! Working from the Bible verse found in Luke’s gospel Jesus replied, "What is impossible with man is possible with God". The plan was to see how GOD made what was impossible for man, possible! This brought some great discussions.
The Netball school enabled the children to have more fun as they learned new skills and techniques.
In the football the older teams had young people join in who clearly had some great skills and a love of football. Then in the juniors we had various skill levels. They all went home learning something new.They were very sad when it all came to an end.
On Saturday All the parents/carers were invited along to watch their children play in the Cup matches and then enjoy a free BBQ for all. There was a chance to get involved and play in a coaches vs parents/carers match!
We thank God for this great community that we live in.
Brixworth Community Church.
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