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We are a Bible-centred, family church looking to serve our community. We believe that Jesus is the Son of God and that His death and resurrection are good news for everyone who trusts in him.
We aim to live out our faith in Christ in the community around us and we welcome new people to join in any of our regular activities, regardless of belief or background.
Title: The Suffering Servant
Bible Reference: Isaiah 52 v7-15
Wednesday 16th April: Ladies Bible Study meeting at 10.30 am
No Thursday Evening meeting (17th April):
Good Friday Service (18th April): 10.30 – 11.30am
Good Friday. On Friday, 18 April from about 4pm, Edward & Lynda will be hosting an afternoon/evening of board games and an informal meal. So if you’d like to play a game of Scrabble, Monopoly, Rummikub (?!) etc. please let Edward & Lynda know and check with them what you can bring towards the meal.
We are planning to have a “Meal with a Message” here on Saturday 31st May. It’s not too soon to be thinking who you would like to invite to hear the gospel.
IGNITE: Continue to pray for the new Club for Junior School age children which will continue here at Trinity on Monday 28th April, 6.30-7.45PM. Pray for the team and all the preparations. Also, do tell families you know who may be interested in sending their children along. This is a major new initiative for Trinity and needs everyone’s support and prayers.
Kent Women’s Day Conference will be held at Bethersden on Saturday 10th May at the Union Chapel Bethersden from 10.30 to 3pm. The title of the day is ‘Health Check For Christians’ and the speaker is Lizzy Smallwood. Bethersden Chapel can only take 150 people so we need to book early. The cost is £5 per person and there is a signup sheet at the front of the church. For more information please speak to Judith Pickford.
Another date for your diaries guys! This year’s London Men’s Convention has just been announced. It’s on Saturday 26th April at Central Hall Westminster with the usual morning (10a.m. – 3 p.m.) and late sessions (4 p.m. – 8.30 p.m.). The theme this year is Resurrection and once again promises to be good. For more information, check out the website www.christianconventions.org.uk/lmc/ . For more information contact Mike Roper.
*Athlington Family Camp Saturday 2nd August to Saturday 9th August 2014. This is GBM’s family camp in Suffolk combining daily Bible ministry led by Malcolm Frith, with a strong worldwide mission focus. Malcolm and his wife Ruth are church planting in Riga, Latvia. For more information and a booking form see the poster at the back of the church.
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Easter Family Service – Message: Peter Mawson
In the evening there will be an opportunity to give a testimony, choose songs or read particular Scriptures connected with what Easter means to you.