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Coronavirus Update no40 – 9th August 2020
Thought for the week
This week ‘thought for the week’ considers coming back to worship as we read King David’s thanksgiving song when Israel re-commenced services in the Tabernacle (1 Chronicles ch16). It is available on the ‘to think about’ page on this website, or by selecting this link: http://www.southbourneevangelical.org/to-think-about.
I do hope you can join us over zoom on Tuesday evening at 7.30pm. We send out the link details on Mondays, let us know it you want to join the group.
Citygate Church service on the web 10.15am for 10.30 am on Sunday 9th August
This week continues the series Encountering Jesus in The Gospel of John speaking about ‘Hope’. Part of the way John’s Gospel shows who Jesus is as the Son of God is to record a number of interactions Jesus has with individuals. Each of these encounters reveals something more about who Jesus is and what our response to him should be
Link to Citygate YouTube channel (the channel name is ‘Citygate Church Bournemouth’) on the day or to see the recording later: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6OP7oMIwmP4NOOkmRAKGiw select the video ‘Encountering Jesus: Hope’
Keeping in touch & Prayer
Please do phone us for a chat or to ask us to pray for you and those you are concerned about.
We have also enlisted some folk from the church who will be happy to pray for you if you give us permission to pass your prayer request on even then it will not be passed out beyond this group unless you ask for it to be shared more widely. Please also let us know how the matters you have asked us to pray for progress so we can keep our prayers relevant and up to date.
Together We Can
is an initiative led by BCP Council, working in close partnership with many other public, private and voluntary sector organisations to help and support the vulnerable people in our Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole communities to get through the coronavirus crisis. Call 0300 123 7052 from 8am to 8pm seven days a week, to receive information, advice and home deliveries of food and vital supplies. If you need help with a pharmacy prescription, contact your local pharmacy or GP.
Do please browse our website to find out more information about the church or contact us.
The Church was established in 1960 to share the good news about Jesus Christ in this part of Southbourne. We welcome and include folk from the local area and the wider area of Bournemouth and Christchurch.
Southbourne Evangelical Church is an independent evangelical church affiliated to the Fellowship of Evangelical Churches (FIEC)
Life in the 21st Century
Few would deny that the world, including our nation, is facing many difficulties, not only is there the economic situation but also broken relationships, family breakdown, stress and moral and spiritual problems.
We believe that the Bible and the Christian message are relevant to these and a host of other issues affecting people’s lives and we try to look at these in our services each week.
Why not come along and find out for yourself? You can find information on our activities on the Services and Activities.