Martin Pearson Reflections from Recovery - Part 3 - Presence & Peace
We might be meeting as a digital church by Zoom, but you can still see both our talks and the worship music we use each week by visiting our YouTube and Facebook pages. Please click on the links at the top of this home page and engage with us in the digital world.
We have stopped meeting together in person for Sunday mornings & all small group gatherings until advised otherwise.
We currently meet at 11am every Sunday on Zoom. Please message on Facebook or Email for a link to our online service!
We will continue to keep you informed of developments.
Thank you for your understanding at this difficult time, please pray for Gods wisdom for us all.
STAY AT HOME
ADHERE TO SELF ISOLATING ADVICE
The best way of protecting us all from the spread is for everyone to stay at home and use universal good hygiene, - this means everyone, all the time, which will effectively disrupt the spread of the virus:
* Catch it – sneeze into a tissue.
* Bin it – bin the tissue.
* Kill it – wash your hands.
* Do not touch your face unless you’ve washed your hands.
The situation continues to move very quickly and if anything changes, we will of course let you know. May God bless you all over the coming weeks, and please do ask if you need help…
and remember wash your hands!
When this is all over our new home on Sunday Mornings
We will meet on Sunday mornings at the Salvation Army Citadel in Acre Street, Stroud GL5 1DR. We are especially grateful for the very warm welcome we have been given by the Salvation Army and their generosity in allowing us to use their newly refurbished building on Sunday mornings when they do not meet.
Please Note: There is extremely limited parking here, which will be reserved for Blue Badge holders, so we respectively ask that instead of using the limited residents on street parking, everyone else parks in Parliament Street Car Park (just a 3 minute walk away via Nelson Street)
If you are dropping others off before parking, we would like to encourage everyone to operate a one way system, driving along Nelson Street, then UP Acre Street to drop off outside the Citadel before going DOWN Parliament Street to the Car Park - this should help aleviate congestion for everyone and help to avoid annoying the local resiidents.