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Noticing God 


Often the most familiar things around us can become the least noticed.  We can drive or walk past somewhere hundreds of times but we may have never noticed a particular feature about that place. It can be like that with our faith in God.  We can often overlook God in our lives and in the world.  We are told in the Bible that God is with us always (e.g. Joshua 1v5-6/ Psalm 23/Psalm 139/ Matthew 1v23 or 28v20/ John 14v16-17) yet we can easily go through a day without NOTICING GOD. We often hear the question, especially in the midst of catastrophic events, ‘where is God?’ But the same question can be asked in the midst of our ordinary daily routines. Yet it is the question that we need to answer every day of our lives so we do not live a single day without being aware of God or responsive to God.  This year (2016-17) we want to challenge ourselves to become better at NOTICING GOD in our lives and encouraging others when we notice God there also.

From Summer to Christmas 2016 we looked at the life of David for lessons on how we might notice God more. From January to April we will be learning to notice God from the stories about Jesus told in Mark’s Gospel.

Click on Groups and Organisations to find out more or contact the church office or our Malone Youth Facebook page.

 

 

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Worship Together in February

 

5th February - When they were afraid (Mark 4: 35-41)

12th February - When things seem hopeless (Mark 5: 21-43)

19th February - Rev Dr Ian Hart will be speaking

26th February - Ordinary Things - food and the weather (Mark 6: 30-51)

 

 


 

Storehouse

 

Please continue to provide items for Storehouse.  We appreciate your generosity.  For further details, speak to James Carruthers (Storehouse Champion).

 

 


 

Sunday Morning Worship

this week

 

Sunday 26th February 2017 @ 11am 

led by Rev Kathryn Viner

Pancake Breakfast @ 10am


'Ordinary Things'

Mark 6: 30-51







 

 

 

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