Charity at its heart is a gift of love. There has been much publicity recently about people raising huge sums for Charity, Captain Tom Moore among them. However, at the same time many established charities are struggling because their usual sources are drying up. Kids Out is a local example. Christian Aid Week in May […]
What counts as wisdom these days? And what is folly? April 1st is a traditional day to make a fool of someone, though that is not a practice to encourage. Perhaps it is wiser to recognise our own folly and admit it on All Fools Day. The Hebrew Scriptures, on which Christianity draws, is composed of […]
Due to uncertainties around Coronavirus there will be no services of worship as from today and for the foreseeable future. However, the church will be open at 10.30am each Sunday for individual prayer. if you need to contact the minister or church secretary please use the form here. The elders and minister will continue to […]
From April 2020 onwards there will be Sunday Services at Edward Street on the first three Sundays of the month only. This will be reviewed in October.
In the forty days of preparation for Easter, the season of Lent which started on 26th February, Churches Together in Leighton Buzzard are looking at the old songs of the Bible, the Psalms. There are 150 Psalms collected in the Book of that name and others scattered through the Bible. They have been inspiring and comforting people for thousands of years. They have often been turned into songs or […]
Sometimes it seems we can’t all sit down together in unity around the table. Though the days between the saints days of Peter and Paul, 18th and 25th January, are set aside by the Churches for prayer for unity, the sadness for me is that we are not united. Christians are divided by beliefs and practices, by historical conflicts and present day differences about sexuality. Unity, […]
Not knowing what is going to happen can produce all sorts of feelings, such as worry, hope, desperation, confidence, resignation, determination, excitement and so on. The ‘night before’ can last a long time. Sleeplessness can lead to hours spent thinking about possible outcomes. Anticipation could build up to excited expectation or fear of failure. The […]
This is a blog by Terry Oakley written for the winter solstice. 21.12.2019 After the result of the General Election I was thinking about people who need good news. The imagery of light coming into darkness is often used as a way of expressing hope in the midst of despair. “The people who walked in […]
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