Carolyn Francis talks about Jesus, the cursed fig tree, and asks whether we have a problem with hope. Is it too easy to replace true hope with wishful thinking or delusions?
Members of our CSBC community offer prayers of gratitude and longing, and Geoff Maddock and some of the cross-cultural workers from Global Interaction invite us to join them in their weekend of prayer.
Today we observe All Saints Day – a date in the calendar of the church for remembering and honouring those who have served the church and the world in the past.
In this video Simon shares some memories of some of the wonderful people who have been part of the CSBC community in the past and Carolyn reflects on today’s New Testament reading: the Beatitudes from the Sermon on the Mount.
We look forward to some of you joining us for Communion and our Annual General Meeting via Zoom at 11am today. The details have been sent via email.
Today we begin a two-week reflection on what it means to embrace our limits.
In this season of isolation our daily lives are constrained in particular ways. For months now we have been confined to our homes and neighbourhoods and it’s been challenging. Indeed, it can feel as though we’ve put our lives on hold.
The question we are asking in these two Sundays is this: What does it mean for people of faith to live well within limits? Today we explore that question in relation to our homes and next Sunday to our neighbourhoods.
Welcome to CSBC Online for Sunday September 20, 2020.
In today’s video Carolyn asks Simon Holt, Geoff Maddock and Sherry Maddock about what they imagine or hope for when they pray “your will be done on earth as it is in heaven” as Jesus taught. Thomas Cheok leads us in the Lord’s Prayer.
Peace and hope to you all today and in the week to come.