Samaritan Presbyterian Church News May 2023

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At our joint service at Belair last week I was talking about what it is like to come together as a community of Christians walking with each other on our Faith journey. It is a challenge sometimes to be part of a small family, but if we are part of a Church family with many unique people. That is a bigger challenge.

It takes commitment and that can be costly. We all make commitments, to our relationships, to our work, to our Children, but do we honour our commitment. Many say Yes but mean NO. Jesus teaches us to be honest and for our Yes to be Yes and our NO to be No Our Church rededication service 3 pm on Sunday 28th May. Do come and be part of this occasion. I understand some were part of our Church community in the past, now is a good time to come back if you are not currently engaging in a Church. Exploring together is best.

Thy Kingdom Come pray 10 days.    

From 18th – 28th May. Each Night at 8pm we have Half and hour of prayer and reflection on Zoom. Do join us ALL are welcome you don’t have to be coming to Samaritan Presbyterian Church

Join Zoom Meeting ID: 879 3683 8701

Leadership Training 20.5.23          

Sat 1-5 pm Book by 14th May

  • All welcome book with Rev Nigel by the Sunday before
  • Certificate for full attendance
  • You done have to attend any Church
  • 15th July Leading a small group
  • 16th Sept Youth and Children


 Several young people in our schools are struggling with reading and I am keen to recruit several people who could, read too and listen to children reading. We will run a training session and support you. CAN YOU GIVE AN HOUR OR TWO A WEEK? Talk to REV This is my third time asking and to date we have two people. I hope we can start at our Open space on Thursdays 2.30-4 pm from 25th May 2023

DROP IN WE plan to Open up our building for all ages on Thursday 2:30 pm-4 pm. A chance

to play table games, do some crafts, do your homework, and have a chance to read with someone. Children and adults welcome Check the board for dates from 25th May 23   If you can volunteer to help speak to Rev.


Theme: ‘Pictures of the Kingdom of God’

  • Wednesday 4.30-5.30 pm live at the Church May – July
  • ‘They Kingdom come they will be done on Earth as it is in Heaven’
  • A Parable each week


is coming Thursday 8th June. Look out for Great food, Music and fun for the whole family.

This year we will have a Special Harvest service On Sunday 11thJune 10 am  If you want to pray or talk with someone do contact Rev Nigel Lindsay + at 1 473 458


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