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Sunday 30th January 2022

Because the hand of the Lord my God was on me, I took courage. Ezra 7:28

Over the next few Sundays, we are continuing to look to God for a greater understanding of what our key verse looks like in practice in our lives. In particular, we'll be considering what it might mean for us to take courage in all our relationships: our UP relationship with God; our IN relationships with each other; and our OUT relationships with those who don't yet know and follow Jesus. This morning, we're going to be thinking about Courageous Obedience in our relationship with God. What does it look like? Where does it come from? How can we grow in it? The service will not be livestreamed but we are hoping the message will be recorded so that you can access it later if you are unable to attend. Now that the restrictions regarding the wearing of masks have eased, we will again be able to share refreshments together after the service. Hope to see you there. Our prayer topics for the coming week can be accessed byCLICKING HERE.Thanks again to Richard Cracknell for putting these together for us. From this afternoon, Elaine and I are heading off to visit family and friends for the next week or so, with locations hopefully including Macclesfield, Heswall, the Lake District and Neath! Should be fun! Thanks all, Nigel

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