A 5-minute podcast for each day in lent
A guide on how to pray for the situation in Ukraine, from Steph Higgins, a Gold Hill member who works with young people in Ukraine.
Over Easter, we asked a number of children to tell us the Easter story. The four videos below are what they told us, starting at Palm Sunday and heading all the way through to Easter Sunday. The wonderful truth of Easter, as told by kids! 1. Palm Sunday 2. Last Supper 3. Jesus dies 4.... Read more »
We think it’s so important that everybody is able to open God’s word and engage with it, be excited by it and learn from it. We have created two resources to help everybody at home do this, whatever age you are! For children... Click image to download. For everybody else! Click image to download.
posted byStephen Walker-Williams7 October 2019 I am a real James Bond fan and know that ‘shaken not stirred’ is the correct way he likes his martini. However, it is 'shaken and stirred' that has been buzzing through my mind since our last prayer meeting at Hope. As we started the new series ‘Acts 29: the... Read more »
No lyingthe commandments. today. The penultimate commandment instructs us not to lie to one another. ‘Neither shall you bear false witness against your neighbour.’ (Deuteronomy 5:20) The Big Idea For the Israelites, neighbourhood was not merely a concept; it was the reality within which the people operated. After the Exodus, the Israelites were akin to... Read more »
No stealingthe commandments. today. The eighth in our series on the 10 Commandments (part of our exploration of Deuteronomy) deals with stealing within the nation of Israel. It is put very simply: ‘Neither shall you steal’ (Deuteronomy 5:19) The Big Idea This idea is very simple: the people were not to steal things from one... Read more »
A poem written by Lydia Hartwell and spoken during our Good Friday service at Gold Hill. It is based on the seven things Jesus said while on the cross, and is in three parts, each to be accompanied by a portion of the Gospel stories of Jesus' death. Part 1To be read with Luke 23:32-49... Read more »