WestCan a loving Christian home with a big vision to do more for Christ
Please find below the Reading and Message for Sunday 17th January
We have also included some Worship today sung by Clive Stanley, please click on the bar below
Walking the way through the Coronavirus pandemic.
Worship where you are.
Love your neighbor.
Worship where you are: We are meeting online, not in our buildings. You don’t need words or to be religious. “God, I’m not even sure you are there, but here is what‘s on my mind ….”
Keep connected: let us know if you’d appreciate a phone call. Send us your email address if you’d like to receive news of what we are doing. Watch this website for ways to connect with us.
Love your neighbour: Tell us if you’d like to volunteer. Think about how to help people around you. We are adapting the ways we serve our communities, and expect to be busy every day. so watch this space for info.
We are supporting our neighbours at Westfield during this uncertain time by offering help with necessary errands. We are looking to recruit volunteers to help us in this important work. If you feel able to help please contact the church office.
All of this work will be carried out according to our safeguarding policies and will be in line with guidance around Covid 19 protocol.
TO OUR NEIGHBOURS
In this uncertain time we would like you to know that we are available to help those of you who are in need of extra assistance due to the current situation. Our volunteers are working as part of Westfield Church, and go through our “safer recruitment” process.
Should you require help please telephone 01278 447153.
Please leave a message if the ‘phone is not answered and we will return the call.
Alternatively, you could visit the Café hatch on West Street between 9.30am and 2.30pm Mon-Fri.
In Cannington we are partnering St. Mary’s church, and the Village Agent.
If you know of anyone that needs help then please contact Rev. Alison Waters, 01278 652953, email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Or check out the community page, Cannington Volunteers.
Caring for God’s earth
From recycling, to buying Fair Trade products, to twinning toilets in Uganda, to planting flowers, to ensuring our buildings are energy efficient, to swapping single use plastics, and to beach cleans, our churches are doing lots to care for God’s earth.
Both Cannington & Westfield have been awarded Bronze & now Silver Eco Church by A Rocha UK. Both communities are working hard to achieve the Gold award. Please see our Eco ChampionsEva (at Cannington) and Martyn (at Westfield) to find out what you can do to help care for God’s earth.
Rejoice with those who rejoice; mourn with those who mourn.
“It was really inspirational to see all the things you are doing in the community”
“The church has a shower and is a place of rest and reflection. Always welcomed with a smile. The team at the church always go the extra mile – not judging – but befriending … I will never forget the staff and the congregation
From my first visit to the URC in Cannington, I had an overwhelming feeling of belonging. The church atmosphere is one of family. Everyone is friendly, approachable and welcoming. I have now found where God wants me to be. In the future I hope to develop my discipleship and start giving back what has been given to me.
New to Church? New to Faith?
If you have any questions about Christian faith or would like to know more then just get in touch. We’d love to hear from you.
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