We said a fond farewell to two of our most active members, Tom and Ange Smith, in Sunday’s service, 19th May. There have been so many ministries which they have been part of; their transition to Leicester to be nearer their family affects many of us. It was a privilege to pray with them and […]
Boaz the tortoise wants to remind you that this Sunday, 28 April, there will be NO SERVICE AT THE GUILDHALL! The Church is on retreat at Brunel Manor in Torquay. You are welcome to join us even if you haven’t signed up for the rest of the weekend. Head for TQ1 4SF (it’s an hour’s […]
Members from Forefront children’s and youth teams met for a morning’s discussion, prayer, reflection and planning at Monks Yard Conference Centre. We gave thanks for our babies-to-school age group, Pebbles; for primary school age children in Rocks ‘n Topz; and for the church youth in 180, and wider outreach to youth in the Unite Friday […]
Forefront’s service and worship leading team drew inspiration from an afternoon of teaching, discussion and tips from experienced worship leaders on Saturday 2 March at Monks Yard Conference Centre, Horton Cross. Prayer, sung worship, Communion and all-age activities were among the topics, and time was given to the basic question, “how to assemble a meaningful […]
The Forefront Diary is coming alive on the website. Check it out on the menu, under ‘Activities’!
Where can you go to find all four tools from the Bible Study trainings we are running in February? This page, that’s where! In addition, we have Laura’s creative visual summaries of each method … Helen’s helpful worksheets for methods one and two … and Christine’s tabular worksheet for method three. We’ll be adding all […]
For the month of February Life Groups are taking a break so everyone in the church can enjoy a four-part series, How To Study The Bible. We’ll all get to grips with four simple, fun tools which will enable everyone – from beginners to life-long scholars – to get more from studying God’s Word. We […]
This year Forefront is focusing on living as a family. So we started the year by creating a “family tree”, with each leaf marked with a fingerprint of a member of the congregation. Each leaf an idiosyncratic individual, yet combining together to make a beautiful, harmonious whole. If you’re feeling out on a limb, turn […]
We celebrated the three winners of our 1st Corinthians poetry competition this week with a chocolate treat! Congratulations to our “minstrels”, Jean Nash, Steve Capstick and Jane Marsh, who each completed the last six verses of our ‘aide memoire’ from the book of First Corinthians. Read their entries here.
All are welcome to our Community Christmas Concert of songs, carols and readings, at Chard Guildhall on Sunday 23 December at 6.30pm. Entry is free; there will be an opportunity to donate to the Mayor’s charities. The singing will be led by Uplyme Gospel Choir, whose last visit to Chard was a triumph. A special […]