See to it that you complete the ministry you have received in the Lord. -Col 4:17
Greetings from the Manse,
For me this week has been a week of rest with a couple of days off for annual leave. Whilst I was able to take time off it is frustrating with what we can and cannot do. My time off was spent largely in the queue for the tip. It feels that with spring on its way and significant reduction in the daily Covid figures we are on our way out of the current pandemic. I would however like to urge you to remain cautious and continue to follow government guidelines regarding meeting up and spending time with others who are not in your household or bubble.
The elders are considering the way forward for the next few months and whilst we are not ready to meet as a gathered church yet, there does seem to be hope in the near future that we shall once again be able to meet and worship publicly. Watch this space for further details.
This week we come to the end of our series on Colossians. I hope it has inspired you and through reading it together that you have been drawn closer to God and have a bigger picture of the reality of Jesus.
Easter is approaching and we are considering services and outreach ideas. Please do speak to the elders if you think there is anything we as a church are being called to.
We continue this week with What’s Your Story? A time of testimony and sharing. Could I please ask you to contact me if you would like to share your story of the last year and what God has been doing. The stories so far have been really encouraging and we want to hear more of what God is up to in the lives of the church here at Plume.
A quick reminder that the fellowship fund is up and running. So far we have given out about £2000 from the fund and there is still money left in it. A big thank you to everyone who has contributed to the fund and if you know of anyone who may benefit from the fund please do let either myself, Rosemary Peck or Jon Potterton know.
Have a wonderful week and remember to stay safe.