March 2013

Our services this month continue looking at Isaiah in the morning and Hebrews in our evening services, before starting our Easter services at the end of the month. SUNDAY 3rd March 10.30am The Refiner’s Furnace (Isaiah 48:1-22) Tim Welch 6.30pm A Better Covenant (Hebrews 8:1-13) Tim Welch with Communion during the evening service SUNDAY...

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Day of Prayer

Cambray Day of Prayer dates for 2013 Everyone is encouraged to set apart a time in the day to pray (prayer pointers available). And there will be opportunities to meet with others at Cambray for an HOUR OF PRAYER between 8.00am – 9.00am and 8.00pm – 9.00pm in the School Room. January 15th Tuesday February 4th Monday March 19th Tuesday April...

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February 2013

SUNDAY 3rd February 10.30am God is Doing a New Thing! (Isaiah 43:1-28) Tim Welch 6.30pm Entering God’s Rest (Hebrews 4:1-13) Colin Barnett with Communion during the evening service SUNDAY 10th February 10.30am God’s Spirit Poured Out (Isaiah 44:1-28) Tim Welch 6.30pm Our Great High Priest (Hebrews 4:14-5:14) Tim Welch SUNDAY 17th February 10.30am Guest...

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Nike Christians at Cambray

Why is the Christian life so tough at times? I admit asking that question frequently regarding myself and others. Whether sensing the ominous pressures of an increasingly secular society confronting Christian beliefs and believers, or the major life circumstances and disappointments that many are going through, or simply the personal battles to live for...

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The King’s Jubilee

As 2012 draws to a close, I wonder what the abiding memories of this past year will be. Especially when we will recall events and particular individuals who will automatically spring to mind… The London Olympics – Jessica Ennis; the Tour de France – Bradley Wiggins; the US Open Tennis – Andy Murray; the...

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Would Jesus be on Twitter?

Over past months our staff team have been discussing the effectiveness (or not) of our communication – in and through talks, sermons, this magazine, the website, and other social media. I certainly don’t want to epitomise ‘Father McKenzie, writing the words of a sermon that no one will hear; No one comes near’ (A...

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