Posts by Graham Criddle

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Engaging with Millennials

by Graham Criddle

At the church AGM on Thursday we discussed some of the reasons for those in their 20s-30s not, in general, engaging with God, faith or church. Many of the things discussed were based on a recent report and it was requested that the report be made available on our website, so here it is. Millennials […]

Susan Myatt’s Ordination

by Graham Criddle

Last Saturday (10th September 2016) we had the privilege of sharing in Susan Myatt’s ordination to Baptist ministry. Susan was a member of our church when she received God’s call to become a Baptist minister which resulted in her going to train at Northern Bible College in 2012. While she was training there, she was […]

Prayer Walking – Saturday 21st May

by Graham Criddle

On Saturday we are planning to spend time (from 9-10AM) walking around the Belgrave Estate and praying for the people who live there. Why are we doing this, what are we hoping to achieve? Yesterday evening, in our deacons meeting, we were reminded of the command of Jesus to his followers as they waited for […]

What does Easter mean to you?

by Graham Criddle

At Easter we remember and celebrate that moment in history when Jesus, the Son of God, died and was powerfully and gloriously brought back to life. We recognise that he died to restore creation, to deal with the problem of sin, to make it possible for us to have a renewed relationship with God. But […]

Palm Sunday – welcoming Jesus

by Graham Criddle

In our Palm Sunday service this morning we were reminded of the time Jesus rode into Jerusalem and was greeted by a crowd of people who spread their cloaks and palm branches on the road in front of him. We were asked what we would have wanted to say to Jesus if we had been […]