We will celebrate the festival of Pentecost on the 24th May. The Reverend Sue Chapman will lead the service, which include Holy Communion, and be followed by a faith lunch. Pentecost is a celebration of the experience of the Holy Spirit which transformed the earliest Christians and continues to empower Christians today. This day is […]
Easter is the great Christian festival. At Edward Street some members usually join the sunrise service. Then the fellowship share an Easter breakfast. This year a special treat was the sharing of a Greek Easter loaf from Kefalonia. This is made from a sweet bread and decorated with also minds, and includes a red dyed […]
Do you believe that things never change, but you would like them to? Well, the people of Edward Street are a people of hope. They believe that things, and people, can change. That is why they want to make a difference in the community and world-wide. With partners and allies in other Churches locally, nationally […]
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Sometimes on a mountain-top all you can see is the mist or fog that is surrounding you. But when it clears, a magnificent view is revealed, and your breath is taken away in wonder. Sometimes as you are getting to know someone they seem quite strange. Then as you share experiences, and go through good […]
Edward Street Church is in the middle of the community. That’s where we want it to be. A Church amongst the people and for the people. We support local charities, e.g. Keech Hospice, Air Ambulance and Crisis were our Christmas charities. We also have a monthly Traidcraft stall to support producers in other countries. Several […]
Some Churches are so concerned about the environment that they have made a commitment to become ‘Eco-churches’. They have to do at least five things which will benefit the environment to qualify for this status. Some churches are making better use of insulation so that they use less energy. Others have installed solar panels, or […]