After our uplifting service, many of the congregation adjourned for coffee at Redonda Dos and onto Scallops for a most enjoyable lively lunch at Scallops
We had seventeen attendees to our service today and we welcomed back Henk and Bjorg from their holiday in Norway and Aliki from a two month visit to see family and friends in Greece, The service was lead by Eric and Maureen with Glynis delivering and excellent sermon based on our bible reading of Romans 12 v1-13
Today’s service was led by David Preston ably assisted by Eric from the leadership team. 17 attendees were at the service and Clive Anning gave the Message and conducted Communion. The bible reading, Psalm 32 was read by Max. The message was “The Joy of Forgiveness” which demonstrates that when we sin , we know we have done wrong and we carry that burden around with us constantly, weighing us down until we ask for forgiveness. When we have confessed our sin, the feeling of joy and elation coming from the Holy Spirit is immeasurable. We welcomed back Cynthia from the UK; who led two of the hymns. The new format of Praise and Worship was received enthusiastically by the congregation.
The Service was a joyous occasion attended by 21 particpants on a beautiful sunny day. The meeting was led by Eric Henshaw of our leadership team, Darius our visiting Pastor and his delightful family. The new format was presented to the congregation who received it with great enthusiasm. Darius preached on Matthew 6 vv 25-34.
After the service 14 attendees went to Redonda 2 restaurant for lunch and fellowship where a good time was had by all.
Today’s Service was led by Lorraine who interviewed our guest preacher who is going to be with us for the next two weeks. Darius Weithers is here with his wife and three little girls on holiday from Croydon. Darius has just been ordained in the UK and preached to us on a topic called ” Seek first the Kingdom” based on Matthew 6 v 25-34. The sermon was beautifully delivered and was very clear and concise. Excellent! Darius and his family joined members after church for a social afternoon and evening to watch the Annual Moors and Christians Parade in Javea.
After our service of Celebration fourteen of us adjourned for lunch at Los Almendros de Montgo where we had a lovely meal and a joyous occasion was enjoyed by everyone. An atmosphere of friendship and happiness prevailed.
The service was attended by approx. 20 people and we had a celebratory event with a new concept. Glynis lead the meeting and also gave us the Sermon on being more communicative with not only other Christians but other people who do not know Our Lord. Music was lead by Eric with Acoustic and Electric Guitars…. Big Dave on bongos, tambourine and Ukelele. Lorraine, Cynthia and Tina lead the singing whilst Cynthia sang a solo without accompaniment , which was very moving. Maureen and Big Dave gave very emotional testimonies during the service. All hymns and songs were chosen by the congregation in advance. All who attended were very enthusiastic including the visitors about the service. After the service 14 of the congregation adjourned for lunch at Los Almendros de Montgo for a very joyous celebration.
Lunch will be held at the Los Almendros de Montgo on Sunday 14th July at 2.00pm straight after the special Service in Benitachell. Those wishing to attend please notify Maureen as she needs to know numbers for the restaurant by Wednesday evening. Contact Maureen on the BCF Whatsapp site. Thank very much. We look forward to seeing you there.
B,S. will be held at Glynis’s home at 10.30 am on Wednesday 10th July and will be followed by a light refreshments.
The service was attended by aprox. 30 people with a visiting family of 6 from N.I. The service was lead by Sue Hunton in the absence of her husband Roger who sustained a multiple fracture of his left wrist and a fractured rib.
The service was very uplifting and the hymn selection was an excellent choice to complement this weeks sermon by Clive Anning which was “Our Searching God…..Comfort or Concern.” The bible reading for today was Psalm 139