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  • FRIDAY 5: THE POTTERS TABLE

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    So every Friday I am going to give you a 5 minute worship idea to do as part of your quiet time, family worship or at some point during your day. Maybe take 5 while eating your lunch in the car, or while the baby has a nap. Wherever, whenever if we put time aside Jesus joins us! This one is inspired by our worship evening ‘The Potters House’…

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  • THE POTTERS HOUSE: LABYRINTH

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    One of the key elements to our worship evening on Sunday was a labyrinth. We chose this to contrast the play dough activity which was fun and very sensual, but at the same time it complimented the concept of the evening: when all is stripped away, and it is just us and God- let him shape us, change us, and reveal himself to us Continue reading

  • THE POTTERS HOUSE WORSHIP EVENING

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    Wow, What a brilliant evening we had last night. Thanks to all those who helped make it happen and who came along. It’s always a risk doing something different; anxious about whether anyone will turn up, whether people will let go and participate and even whether the venue will be ready in time to start because your plans are so ambitious! But I have learnt again that where Jesus is involved none of those things matter. We did set up in time, we did have a fair few come and everyone really got stuck in. As my Husband reminded me the promise of Jesus’ presence means that however, wherever, and whenever we meet he WILL be there and people WILL leave changed from time spent with Him. Continue reading

  • SNEAK PEEK: ALTERNATIVE WORSHIP GATHERING

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    We are going to be busy busy in our house this weekend. printing, cutting, making, drawing, and collecting all ready for an evening of alternative worship on Sunday. I love the surge of creativity that comes when planning an event, a combination of a looming deadline and grand plans add to the pressure. This will be the fourth gathering Ashley and I will have ‘curated’. And our theme is ‘The Potters House’

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