What you need to know before visiting. Three key changes starting on July 5th.
We hope to open the church building for services on July 5th.
Watch a video about our support of LCM and the Food Bank
The smashing of monuments may provide us with a tough lesson in justice.
Bookings are now open for the Summer Parish Youth Camp
The concert has been CANCELLED due to our latest advice
Christianity Explored is like Gogglebox but about God and the big questions of life. And it is starting at STG on Tuesday 4th February at 7.45pm.
Watch TV. Discuss your views. All while eating cake!
The video discussion evening has been running for years. It helps people look at the evidence of the Christian faith and get answers to their questions.
It’s Free. You can try the first session without further commitment.
Check out our webpage for more details or to save a space on the sofa.
Bible Resources for the New Year
We began the new year at STG with the Joe Wickes of the Bible, the Mr Motivator of scripture: the legendary King David.
“How does a young man keep his way pure?”, he asks. Not with hand sanitizer but by living according to God’s words in the Bible (Psalm 119.9).
We were challenged to don our spiritual sweat bands and keep up the discipline of reading the scriptures in 2020. Here’s a few of way to get Bible buff: –
Come to Growth Group
As well as hearing talks at church, get into the Bible on Wednesdays 7.45pm in term time. This term we will be looking at your place in God’s plan from the book of Ephesians. Get in touch for more details.
Get Bible Reading Notes
Read the Bible in a Year
Listen to the Bible
Rest your eyes and workout those ears with a selection of Audio Bibles for free online at BibleGateway. Try David Suche, and experience Poirot reading the Bible to you!
Watch Bible Talks
Not all ‘God TV’ is good TV. But here’s a station that will play some healthy stuff. Find faithful Bible teaching at clayton.tv.
That’s a few suggestions. Share yours tips below. And remember what a profound person once said: “Life changing habits come from small steady steps!”