A Bible Believing Evangelical Church in the Community of Coldharbour in Eltham, S.E. London.

Pastor: Don Wilson

Home News
n Remembrance Sunday, 13 November, the morning service will commence at 10.50 to enable observance of the national two minutes silence.
For November the midweek programme will follow the usual pattern except for the week beginning Monday 21 November, when most of the Bible study groups will not take place in favour of the Half Yearly Members’ Meeting on the Thursday evening.
This month’s Bring and Share lunch is on Sunday 27 November and will include an update on the ministry of the Barnabas Fund.
We express our deepest sympathy to Malcolm on the recent homecall of his beloved wife Jean - and also to David and other family members.  Malcolm is deeply grateful to God for a very, very happy marriage of nearly sixty years, and gives thanks for the church’s prayer support and the many cards and condolences received.  Malcolm would appreciate our prayers for adjustment to the considerable change in his circumstances after many years of faithful caring.
Mary has also recently experienced a great sadness through the loss of two sisters in the space of a week.  She has much appreciated the support received from the church family, expressed through prayer, cards and text messages, and gives thanks for the Lord’s comfort, grace, and strength at this difficult time.
Please continue to remember Rosie and Elaine A in their care home situations, that they may know the Lord’s peace day by day.  Those among us who face on‑going health challenges also appreciate prayer for strength and encouragement, as do others who are carers for their family members.
News from Jamie and Michaela is of encouragement that Michaela is settling happily into her work at the nursery in the Brighton area, and also a request for prayer to discern God’s purpose for their future once Jamie has completed his studies next year.
Home news/prayer items for the December newsletter are welcome - to Iris please by Thursday 24 November.
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‘Because of the Lord’s great love we are not consumed,
for his compassions never fail.  They are new every morning;
great is your faithfulness’
Lamentations 3:22-23
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~n Remembrance Sunday, 13 November, the morning service will commence at 10.50 to enable observance of the national two minutes silence.
For November the midweek programme will follow the usual pattern except for the week beginning Monday 21 November, when most of the Bible study groups will not take place in favour of the Half Yearly Members’ Meeting on the Thursday evening.
This month’s Bring and Share lunch is on Sunday 27 November and will include an update on the ministry of the Barnabas Fund.
We express our deepest sympathy to Malcolm on the recent homecall of his beloved wife Jean - and also to David and other family members.  Malcolm is deeply grateful to God for a very, very happy marriage of nearly sixty years, and gives thanks for the church’s prayer support and the many cards and condolences received.  Malcolm would appreciate our prayers for adjustment to the considerable change in his circumstances after many years of faithful caring.
Mary has also recently experienced a great sadness through the loss of two sisters in the space of a week.  She has much appreciated the support received from the church family, expressed through prayer, cards and text messages, and gives thanks for the Lord’s comfort, grace, and strength at this difficult time.
Please continue to remember Rosie and Elaine A in their care home situations, that they may know the Lord’s peace day by day.  Those among us who face on‑going health challenges also appreciate prayer for strength and encouragement, as do others who are carers for their family members.
News from Jamie and Michaela is of encouragement that Michaela is settling happily into her work at the nursery in the Brighton area, and also a request for prayer to discern God’s purpose for their future once Jamie has completed his studies next year.
Home news/prayer items for the December newsletter are welcome - to Iris please by Thursday 24 November.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
‘Because of the Lord’s great love we are not consumed,
for his compassions never fail.  They are new every morning;
great is your faithfulness’
Lamentations 3:22-23
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~n Remembrance Sunday, 13 November, the morning service will commence at 10.50 to enable observance of the national two minutes silence.
For November the midweek programme will follow the usual pattern except for the week beginning Monday 21 November, when most of the Bible study groups will not take place in favour of the Half Yearly Members’ Meeting on the Thursday evening.
This month’s Bring and Share lunch is on Sunday 27 November and will include an update on the ministry of the Barnabas Fund.
We express our deepest sympathy to Malcolm on the recent homecall of his beloved wife Jean - and also to David and other family members.  Malcolm is deeply grateful to God for a very, very happy marriage of nearly sixty years, and gives thanks for the church’s prayer support and the many cards and condolences received.  Malcolm would appreciate our prayers for adjustment to the considerable change in his circumstances after many years of faithful caring.
Mary has also recently experienced a great sadness through the loss of two sisters in the space of a week.  She has much appreciated the support received from the church family, expressed through prayer, cards and text messages, and gives thanks for the Lord’s comfort, grace, and strength at this difficult time.
Please continue to remember Rosie and Elaine A in their care home situations, that they may know the Lord’s peace day by day.  Those among us who face on‑going health challenges also appreciate prayer for strength and encouragement, as do others who are carers for their family members.
News from Jamie and Michaela is of encouragement that Michaela is settling happily into her work at the nursery in the Brighton area, and also a request for prayer to discern God’s purpose for their future once Jamie has completed his studies next year.
Home news/prayer items for the December newsletter are welcome - to Iris please by Thursday 24 November.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
‘Because of the Lord’s great love we are not consumed,
for his compassions never fail.  They are new every morning;
great is your faithfulness’
Lamentations 3:22-23
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