Posts by Colin Wyatt-Goodall

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Elders Update #24

by Colin Wyatt-Goodall

Dear Church Family, Greetings in the Name of the One who is bringing history to an end. As an eldership, under the authority of Jesus Christ, we are stirring up your sincere mind by way of reminder, that you should remember the predictions of the holy prophets and the commandment of the Lord and Saviour through […]

Elders’ Update #23

by Colin Wyatt-Goodall

Dear Church Family Greetings in the Name of the God who answers to no one, and yet is pleased to answer His children. Together with you all, we rejoice in the relaxing of some of the restrictions under which we have lived in recent months; most notably, the freedom we now have to gather once […]

Elders Update

by Colin Wyatt-Goodall

Greetings in the Name of the One who gives His peace to His people. Oh Lord, my heart is not lifted up;My eyes are not raised too high;I do not occupy myself with things too great for me.But I have calmed and quieted my soul,Like a weaned child with its mother;Like a weaned child is […]

Elders Update 20200804

by Colin Wyatt-Goodall

Dear Church Family Greetings in the Name of the One who creates, sanctifies, questions and fulfills…our desires. Where is this letter going, with such an opening? It is a greeting crafted – born out of – two famous quotes, both by C.S. Lewis. See if you can discern its meaning as you read them: Our […]

Elders Update 20200728

by Colin Wyatt-Goodall

Dear Church Family Greetings in the Name of the Good Shepherd, who knows, seeks, calls, and keeps His Sheep. A few weeks ago a poll was undertaken by Barna, in the United States of America. It’s purpose was to determine how the lockdown had affected Christian commitment to the local church. Importantly, it was a […]

Elders Update 20200723

by Colin Wyatt-Goodall

Dear Church Family, Greetings in the Name of the One who is a Consuming Fire. A secular musician once wrote a song, lamenting the state of the world in which he had been raised. The lyrics of the song listed the names of people, events, tensions, and sorrows. The chorus called it all a ‘fire’. […]