Paragraph from Helen

Harvest Festival, together we can impact our community in practical support and with the message of God’s word. Harvest is a very important time for us at Redcar Area Foodbank as it allows us to replenish our stocks for one of our busiest times of the year. Your donations at our Harvest Festival Service allows […]

Pastor’s Paragraph

I had a bit of a shock earlier this month. Life has been pretty hectic and full-on for the last few months and I am in real need of a week off, so I started to look through my diary to try and find a week that was clear, a week that wasn’t already full, […]

A word from our new Youth Worker

Isaiah 44 v 3-4 For I will pour out water to quench your thirst and to irrigate your parched fields. And I will pour out my spirit on your descendants and my blessing on your children. They will thrive like watered grass, like willows on a riverbank WOW!! What a promise!! I believe this bible […]

Pastors Paragraph

“A generous person will prosper; whoever refreshes others will be refreshed.” (Prov. 11:25) This week a friend came into the office to chat, as part of the conversation we spoke about the effectiveness of our Christian witness. After talking around the subject for a while we concluded that for all the spectacular events, and programmes […]

A word from John Singleton

Some of you will have watched the recent BBC drama ‘Broken’ where Sean Bean played an unconventional Catholic priest, Father Michael Kerrigan. If you did watch the series, you could not fail to observe how many times Mass was celebrated in the different episodes. I am not very up to speed on Catholic services but […]

A Word from our Administrator

The Importance of fellowship ‘…you are members of Gods family.’ Nathaniel Hawthorne said, ‘No man, for any period, can wear one face to himself and another to the multitude, without finally getting bewildered as to which is the true one.’ We like to wear masks in public, yet, only as we open up to one […]

A word from Mark Hubbard

“He whom the Son sets free, is free indeed.” There is no reason for anything       (or anyone) to hold us back. No person on earth can keep us captive because we have been released from bondage. This morning we’re talking about forgiveness, the type you give and the type you receive. The thing about forgiveness […]

A word from Mark Hubbard

Today is Pentecost Sunday, in Acts 2 as Pentecost approached “all of the believers were gathered together in one place”, they had been waiting for the gift of the Holy Spirit that the Father had promised them (Acts 1:4, Joel 2:28).  As individuals they’d been waiting for several days, but as a nation they’d been […]

A word from our Administrator

‘Comfortable in uncomfortable places’ ‘He comforts us in all our troubles.’ 2 Corinthians 1:4 NLT   God can make us comfortable in some of life’s most uncomfortable places. He can bring us through situations we think we won’t survive, or feel like we’ll be stuck in forever. He can give us peace when we’re under […]

A Word from Mark Hubbard

grace [greis] NOUN Smoothness and elegance of movement Courteous good will (in Christian belief) the free and unmerited favour of God, as manifest in the salvation of sinners and the bestowal of blessings This morning Ruth will be speaking on the subject of ‘grace’ in the third installation of our series on “foundations to build […]