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Gathering Live

Through the year we have been very much ‘open for business’ as Countess Free Church – coming alongside people, looking out for one another, and seeing God at work in many diverse ways. We have blessed different people, and we have prayed with many. What we haven’t been able to do is gather as a church physically together in one place. This Sunday that changes …!

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Easter Day 2021

A year of pandemic disruption, hardship, loss and anguish. Now spring is emerging, the weather is changing, and Easter Day is coming! “See I am doing a new thing …“, as we look up beyond our circumstances to the one who changes things and makes new. As a church we are coming together online to celebrate the wonder of the risen Jesus – showing us new life is not just possible, but a reality.

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New Series – Gospel Living in a Restricted World

Starting January 3rd 2021 we start our new series through our Zoom gatherings, Live gatherings, and podcasts: “Gospel Living in a Restricted World“.

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Live Crib Service

A chance to gather as families in the last ‘live’ event of the year – a Crib Service on Christmas Eve at 4.30pm!

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Family Christmas Readings – 20th December

On the big stage of international politics the politicians can do their thing – be it good, bad or indifferent. Yet Isaiah chapter 9 verses 6 & 7 remind us of a new kind of Kingdom with a new kind of King. Even as events swirl around us, it is Him we seek and His Kingdom we learn to be part of in our own ordinary everyday lives.

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Live Christingle Event – Sunday 13th

On Sunday December 13th at 10.30am we will hold a live Christingle event. This family friendly event will include an opportunity for each family to make a Christingle, and hear the Christmas story.

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We Can Give Thanks

As a nation we are going through a difficult time and there are many challenges. The second wave of lockdown leaves many finding themselves feeling weary, despondent, and cut off from others. Yet despite this we are a people of hope, and as a church want to look at our lives and the world around us and realise that there are still many reasons to be thankful.

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