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We’re back for Term 3! We’re looking forward to exploring together some more events recorded in the book of Acts. As we continue our journey we discover that the Gospel is not just good news for the people of Judea, but for everyone, everywhere!
Today’s story is pretty incredible. Check it out below –
Last Week, in our English Service, Pastor Steve reminded us of some of the ways we can listen to God. What examples can you see in this story?
Check out our worship songs above, or explore some of the other worship music selected by our musicians on the service pages.
Have a look at the ideas for remembering the memory verse in Together @ Home. You could use the ideas to help remember our monthly verse, the weekly verse or another verse that is important to you.
July Prayer Focus
This month our prayer focus is that we would be able to trust God more.
You can also check out the prayer ideas in Together @ Home material each week, jump onto the CBC Facebook page to add a prayer request, or send in a photo to Oliver & Mei.
CBC Community Video – Playing Next Week!
Thanks to everyone who got involved sending in photos and videos for our CBC Community Video! We hope you enjoy it next week as part of our Celebration Service. If you didn’t get a chance to participate this time, stay tuned for our next CBC Community Project.
Kids Church Rewind
Watch our previous Kids Church Online sessions here.
Cycle of Discovery
We’re going through lots of changes. One way of growing through these changes is using the Cycle of Discovery. Work through this cycle with your family, connect group or ministry, or after trying something new. Download the prompt pages below.
This week’s music is reflecting on the Bible passage from our message today, Philippians 4:5-6:
‘Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.’
The majority of the time Jesus is said to have been praying in the gospel accounts, it’s time spent in solitude. This is not time spent making a public spectacle of himself communing with God – talking loud for others to hear. Jesus instead habitually seeks privacy and space away from other ministry, other people, other good things. In a time where we are not worshipping publicly because we’re not supposed to, I wonder, does that mean we’re not worshipping with our voices at all? What would it look like, in a season as bizarre as this one, to prioritise finding space to pray, AND finding space to worship. Away from other ministry demands, away from other people even. Could this be with others in your family? Or perhaps in a car ride just to find solitude singing to God?
Take the time to think about where you could worship this week, and rest in His presence.