Blue Monday is the most depressing day of the year (only because we invented it)

Yesterday was Blue Monday. If you’ve made it through to today, congrats (I didn’t do myself in Tuesday, perhaps?) As a former graduate of the

Monthly afternoon service: families

Yesterday, we had our monthly afternoon service. We purposefully try to make it a different format to the morning service. Instead of systematically preaching through

Snippets from the interweb (19th January 2020)

A right royal mess David Robertson pretty accurately sums up the situation regarding Harry & Meghan’s decision to semi-quit the royal family and explains why

Difficulties in Oldham and handling them differently

How to get us to stop banging on about deprived communities

Maybe you’re sick of hearing about church in hard places. I mean, there’s a book about it, there was a conference about it and it

Five things we have to get serious about if we are going to see deprived communities reached with the gospel

If we are going to see churches planted in some of neediest, most deprived communities, several things are going to have to happen. We are

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