Brettenham church is a hidden gem,set in peaceful and tranquil surroundings.
One of the major East Anglian works of the 19th century architect SS Teulon. The church is currently closed for refurbishment and repair following a substantial grant from English Heritage.
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An evening of Gilbert & Sullivan
Sat, 7 Oct, 2017, 7:30pm @ East Harling Church
Tickets £10 includes a glass of wine and nibbles.
Available from Market Stores, Pharmacy, Post Office and committee members:
Elizabeth (717153), June (717555), Rebecca (718132),
Linda Taylor, Steve Willoughby, Sue Dolling, Barbara Nelstrop
Contact Elizabeth for more details - 01953 717253
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Getting to Know Christ Better
Posted: Tue, 9 May, 2017 (5 months ago) by Stuart
David’s sermon on Sunday morning 30 April was based on the gospel reading from Luke 24, “On the Road to Emmaus”.
Verse 32 says: The 2 disciples asked each other, “Were not our hearts burning within us while he talked with us on the road and opened the Scriptures to us?” (the scriptures that Jesus opened to the disciples on the road to Emmaus were from what we now call the Old Testament). Rev. David emphasised how the disciples came to recognise Christ through the scripture being explained to them; if we want to know Christ better, then we too need to spend time getting to know the Bible better. David recommended using the Bible Reading Fellowship resources to assist in this.
Alternatively there are various daily reading study notes available.
There is also the option of joining a Bible Study Group if you prefer to study scripture in a discussion environment.
If you would like help to take this further, please speak to David (01953 717140 / email@example.com)
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