Posts by Fernley Hext

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Note from the Pastor

by Fernley Hext

We all woke up last Sunday morning to a carpet of white, the first snowfall of winter.  Despite the usual chaos on the roads, trains, airports etc. there is something amazing about the reflected light – so much more intense than the grey sky would normally allow and everything seemed so clean and fresh.  The Vicar […]

“Direction before Doctrine”

by Fernley Hext

This week our Sunday talk (12th February) is available to listen to. It’s a continuation of our “Changing Culture” series. If you are unable to listen online you can download the podcast. Click here to listen to Direction before Doctrine If you have any questions about what I have said then please get in touch with […]

“Compassion Before Correction”

by Fernley Hext

Continuing our “Changing Culture” series. Here are the bullet point notes from our talk yesterday on Sunday 29th January if you missed it or want to follow up on anything that was said. Our second look at this important topic of Compassion – first one in December We saw last time that compassion can be learned […]

“People Before Programmes”

by Fernley Hext

Commencing our new “Changing Culture” series. Once again we are sharing bullet point notes from our Sunday talk on 15th January. This is the first in our series  where we are looking at what we can learn from Jesus about being Church. We hope to look at six topics in the series. People before Programmes, Compassion before Correction, Direction before Doctrine, Renewal not […]

“Whose life is it anyway”?

by Fernley Hext

Below are the bullet point notes from our talk on Sunday 8th January. Please get in touch with me if you have any questions or comments and want to know more. We start with some verses from The Message version of The Bible which speaks to us in modern day, easy to understand language……. “Don’t […]

Looking Ahead

by Fernley Hext

For those of you who weren’t able to get to our New Year Celebration here are the details in note format of what I shared. If you would like to know more then please email me or paste a comment below. A quick re-cap on 2016  Looking back – momentous year in many ways Brexit/Trump […]