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13th September 2020
Daniel gives a short introduction to our Sunday Bubbles and the topic we will be discussing today. Maturity in Christian life is displayed in our ability to trust God in every area of life.
6th September 2020
As we get back into church life after the summer. Daniel lays out how we plan to move forward. This is an important message so we would love you to take some time a have a listen.
9th August 2020
Summer series week three we hear from some special overseas guests. Denis and Tabitha are from Belgium and share how God helped them through some tough times.
2nd August 2020
We continue with our Summer Series "Under Pressure" by hearing from Hollin and Heather about some of the challenges God has helped them through.
26th July 2020
We start our Summer Series by hearing from Donna and Alan about the challenges they have faced and how God has helped change their perspective and also helped them see how much He is blessing them.
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Mutual support, we help each other with child care, we build memories, have a shoulder to cry on, build and share memories, encourage and pray for each other.