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Afternoon Services at BGBC

The BGBC Afternoon Service is an informal church service for anyone; but was born out of a desire to keep in contact with those who has chosen to participate in sport on the Sunday morning.

The service is a relaxed hour, where children aged 6/7 years old and over are encouraged to stay in the service, worship and learn with their families. Activities are provided in the back hall for those younger.

During the hour you can expect a time of lively worship and singing, praying, interviews and interactivity. The sermon is short, often delivered in sections, and is interspersed with lots of activities and discussion.

Every week we finish a bring and share, “potluck” tea together, between 5.30pm and 6.30pm.

Church Members AGM, 20:00- 24th April 2018

Please join us on Tuesday 24th April 2018, at 20:00, for our annual Church AGM.

Everyone who attends BGBC is an integral and important part of the Church Family and we’d love it if you could join us. If you would like to take a more active role in the life of the church and be involved in the decision making and are not yet a member please speak to Charlie or one of the Elders about becoming one (which would enable you to vote at Church Meetings).

The agenda can be found here.

If you would like further documents please contact the church office and we’ll be happy to send them out.

An Afternoon with Rev. Matt Baker

We are delighted to announce that Matt will be joining us again at BGBC for our Afternoon Service on 26th November where he will talking about ‘Faith in Sport’.

Matt has for the past 8 years been the Pastoral Support Director in English Football, which is supported by the Premier League, Professional Footballers Association and the English Football League. He is also the Club Chaplain at Charlton Athletic FC.

Please join us to hear about his work, and find out more about the role of faith in sport and how sport can help your Christian life.

See you there!

Why Pray?

Charlie’s sermon from Sunday 9th July 2017 on prayer is now on-line,
you can listen again here: Why Pray?

Prayer is not about a Transaction
Prayer is not about Technique

Prayer is about our Dependence on God
Prayer is about our Relationship with God
Prayer is about our Awareness of God

As part of the talk Charlie mentioned some websites, here are the links:

www.thykingdomcome.global
www.trypraying.co.uk
www.rochester.anglican.org/ministry/spirituality/the-prayer-pack-/

 

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