According to the news following the Prime Ministers announcement freedom day is here! At the risk of sounding like Mel Gibson’s rendition of William Wallace, they cannot take our freedom. Freedom day for us is the day we followed Christ, that day when we were set free from our sins, our past hurts, our selfish desires and instead we have been given a life of the Spirit. A life that will never end, that is abundantly full and completely free. Jesus liberated us. The church of Jesus Christ, His followers, His family, have always been and will always be utterly free. Let us live in the freedom Jesus has given us and no longer be slaves to sin, to fear, or to the fleeting pleasure of this world. You are free and you can share freedom with those around you.
Galatians 5:1 It is for freedom that Christ has set us free. Stand firm, then, and do not let yourselves be burdened again by a yoke of slavery.
A huge thank you to everyone who has given, to those who are praying, and to those who have applied to volunteer on our teams. There is still time to pray, Join, and give.
For more information please watch our online church video below.
Bookings for 11th & 18th July remain Open:
Until the restrictions are removed on July 19th our service booking system will remain in place. We are currently hosting 75 people plus team on Sunday mornings. We can accommodate this number safely at a 1m plus social distance and with the hall well ventilated.
Our online services will continue weekly along with in person so we will always have both options available.
To book one of our services go to https://sthelensclc.com/connect/
Church Services fully open from Sunday 25th
Following the announcement from the Prime Minister we are excited to inform you that Church will be fully open with no restrictions on Sunday Mornings from 25th July. As we are still in the global pandemic, masks and hand sanitizers will still be available, the choice to wear masks will be at your discretion. We are so looking forward to seeing you all and to singing together freely again.
Children’s Church and Youth provision
In the coming weeks we will have more information on the restarting of children’s and youth provision for Sunday mornings.
We will be taking our time with the re-opening of the cafe and be considering the local infection rates and how we can maintain some space whilst offering drinks after the service. We will again have more information on this in the coming weeks.
This Sunday we are celebrating the dedication of Katy and Paul Auerswald’s son Joshua. We are so looking forward to celebrating with the family and looking at the CLC baby boom I am sure this is the first of many dedications with 2 more already booked for August.
Love & Blessings