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3rd January 2021
As begin the year Daniels shares how God gives strength for today and also hope for tomorrow.
20th December 2020
The Christmas service was a wonderful time to ponder the mystery of Jesus the light of the world. How can we align our life to allow His light to shine through us?
13th December 2020
Our third Sunday in the advent and Charles and Joyce share about how to be a person who carries joy into every situation.
6th December 2020
It's easy to think that when Jesus ascended to heaven He left us here on earth alone, but in this message, Daniel explains that He left us something very special. His peace, nothing on earth is like it.
29th November 2020
It's the fifth Sunday of the month so here is something a little different. Patrick and Diane Regan from Kintsugi Hope talk to Clare from 'Care for the family' about life, kids and mental health.
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We love Living Waters because...
I have been able to help the children younger than me to feel happy and join in.