Sitting thoughtfully in our Preacher’s architectural dream, new faces meet young and old.
Busy parents entice their offspring with toys and teddies to be on time as the “last second” door closes to a busy world.
“Week old” gossip descends to a hushed silence and heightened senses reveal no aromas to distract the curiosity of a guitar playing preacher.
Children leading the congregation revive tired limbs to clap and join in praise, setting hearts on fire that singe the tails of tradition.
The tide of technology is invited to worship bringing Nicodemus to life in his encounter with Christ, yet two thousand years on he knows not of spiritual rebirth.
Hesitant in the spotlight, youthful eagerness encourages a congregation to show its understanding of “to be born again of water and of Spirit”.
A preacher’s song plays the strings of each heart to enter our deep and thoughtful worlds that strikes the chord of reflection.
“Life without limbs” encourages us to know that there is something more than what we are living for.
Blessed be the name of the Lord, let us shine in the light of Christ as a child dances in an isle of daffodils.
Kindly provided by Phil Grundy
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