You don't grow a Christian family by going through a daily ritual. But neither do you grow one without planning and definite cultivation. Here are some proven activities that help a family grow spiritually:
- Worship together regularly
- Attending church together
- Giving thanks to God at mealtimes
- Having fun together
- Expressing love and affection openly and freely
- Undergirding and supporting one another
- Working together; accepting responsibility for doing chores and jobs around the house
- Reaching out to others as a Christian family.
We now have a cross for the chapel. It was dedicated on Sunday 10th May in memory of the late Alan Murphy, and is the gift of his wife, Anne.
A story is told of a Jewish man who collapsed in the street with a heart attack.
A passing Roman Catholic priest rushed over and knelt beside him. "Would you like to have your sins forgiven?" he asked.
The man nodded weakly. "Right," said the priest. "Do you believe in God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit?"
The Jewish man rolled his eyes and moaned, "I'm dying, and he's asking me riddles!"
A very simple way to get to know the world's best-selling book might be to buy Nick Page's easy-to-understand explanation "Simply the Bible".
We hope that you enjoyed last year’s fund raising activities which raised over £8200. We donated £700 to DundonaldFood Bank & Tinylife, which left £7500 for Church funds. We had a great year with Jenny Bristow being the highlight and hope to have her back again next year. We also had a very successful Italian Murder Mystery evening, a Craft Fair and Breakfast with Santa.
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