Although we can’t be together, there’s lots to look forward to each Sunday through advent and we’ll join with our friends from South Manchester Missional Partnership for a big Christmas Day Online Gathering. Details as follows:
TOMORROW – Debbie and Roo will lead an advent justice service on how we can be good allies.
Sunday 13 December – a special Zoom Nativity called Mary, You’re On Mute. We need lots of helpers – please let Ed know if you’d like to take part.
Sunday 20 December – Hannah will lead a quiet prayer and communion service away from all the hustle and bustle of Christmas.
CHRISTMAS DAY – contact Ed for details.
Sunday 27 December – drop-in for chatty church to share your Christmas news … or indeed blues.
10.30am Every Sunday
To get Zoom links please contact ed.cox [at] lev-inspire.org.uk
This Sunday Debbie and Liz will lead our next justice Sunday reflection when we think about the church, diversity and inclusion through times past … and what that means for us today.
E-mail ed.cox [@] lev-inspire.org.uk for the Zoom link
It is 10 years to the day since the Inspire Centre was opened and Levenshulme United Reformed Church was reborn as Inspire Church. How time has flown by … and what wonderful things God has done. This Sunday we will take time to give thanks and to think about where God is calling us for the next 10 years.
PLEASE BRING A MUSTARD SEED!
Contact ed.cox [@] lev-inspire.org.uk for Zoom link.
This Sunday will be a simple short service of prayer and communion reflecting on Romans Chapter 13 and God’s invitation to love our neighbours.
We will be sharing online communion so do bring a glass of juice and a biscuit or something else you can eat.
As part of our new pattern of online services, this Sunday we are starting ‘Chatty Church’ – an opportunity to jump onto Zoom and have a chat with your church friends. We’ll do what we can to recreate that sense of fellowship we used to feel when we had tea and coffee after the service.
Contact ed.cox [@] lev-inspire.org.uk for login details.
Over the next 10 weeks we will be exploring the book of Romans – St Paul’s special letter to the church in Rome. It is full of inspirational verses and careful guidance to churches experiencing change. This Sunday we will contemplate Romans 8 verse 28 – working together for good.
10.30am. On Zoom.
E-mail ed.cox [@] lev-inspire.org.uk for a link
There will be NO services on Sundays:
On these Sundays I would encourage you to enjoy your own private time of reflection and prayer, or perhaps go for a prayer walk, or perhaps join an online service at a different church.
We WILL have a service on:
These services will have the theme:
Leaning into God and listening
If you would like the Zoom link then please contact ed.cox [@] lev-inspire.org.uk
As we come to the end of our series on the Book of Acts and loving in the lockdown, Paul has finally reached Rome. Even as he faced the death penalty he continued to preach a gospel of inclusion and God’s love. And so must we.
Throughout the Book of Acts, the early Christians travel further and further from Jerusalem to spread the good news of Jesus. As they meet people from different places and backgrounds they have to learn to communicate across cultures.
This Sunday, we will be hearing from two friends who themselves have given a lot of thought to communicating about Jesus in different ways and across different cultures. Join us to find out more.
This Sunday we revisit a story about a man who hated the early church and all that it stood for … but on one dramatic road trip his world was turned upside down.
SHOW & TELL
Your favourite sunglasses!
Please will you bring a pair of sunglasses … just in case there are any very bright lights.
We will all log-in at 10.30am for our service.