No trespassing

I’ve never considered myself much of a trespasser. I may have had the odd game of football somewhere naughty as a boy but I’m not sure that constitutes the greatest crime. And I’m not sure we’ve got too many trespassers to forgive either – the CCTV at Inspire takes care of that. So what do we mean when we dutifully recite “forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us”? Perhaps the more modern version is more helpful: forgive us our sins. Perhaps not. Either way, on Sunday we’ll unravel this part of the the Lord’s Prayer together and try to understand why Jesus places this at the centre of his prayer pattern. 10am. Everybody’s Welcome!

I’m very conscious that it’s bank holiday weekend too so here’s the deal: we gather at 10, start at 10.10 and finish at 11 sharp, unplugged, keeping it simple. Make a moment for God.

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