Dear friends,

“God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in times of trouble. Therefore we will not fear.”

Psalm 46 v1&2

While everything around us may be in a state of flux, one thing remains constant.

God and his constant love:- and where his love is present, fear is driven away.

It is at moments such as this that we learn what it is to be church and the people of God. As we were reminded last Sunday, morning, Jesus’ great desire for his people is that we would be one, united in our faith and trust in Him.

The next number of months will be an opportunity for this to be given expression in practical ways as we care for one another and as we seek fresh ways of reaching out to the community in which we are set.

While sadly we will not be able to physically meet in fellowship for services, already a lot of thought has been given how we can keep together as a congregation in worship through internet and telephone access. Our website has been updated with the latest information here which I trust will be of practical assistance.

It is my hope that families and individuals will chose to gather round the computer at 11am each Sunday morning to enjoy corporate worship together.

Please know of my very best good wishes to you and your families at this difficult time.

“Faith is the refusal to panic.” God is in control and we want to be participants with Him in his great eternal purposes of good.

Feel free to contact me at any stage.

With warm best wishes from Frank