Many churches - one purpose
We are a fellowship of Christians of different denominations who join together to proclaim the Christian Gospel.
We organise joint events such as Town Carols, United Services of evening worship, a Christmas Day Lunch for people who would otherwise be alone, special services during the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity and the Good Friday Procession of Witness. We aim to encourage unity within the Christian Church.
I attended my second monthly churches together session. Yes! What is churches together? Just my thought I asked a few people in the congregation the question but they were unaware of what is was about.
I picked up a leaflet in my church, which said all are welcome, but still I thought it was for vicars, churchwardens or an appointed representative from each church.
Therefore, in September I had an urge to attend the one held at St Johns Methodist church where all warmly welcomed me.
Churches together is held once a month on a Saturday morning at one of the churches in Potters Bar listed in the leaflet, where Christians meet to prayer for various people and other things happening in our communing and where prayers is need.
Just an idea our churches could mention in the service notice sheet when churches together is due to meet with the other weekly events.
After saying all this, Our LORD guided me to attend I’m hopeful many more will follow.
6 January - King Charles the Martyr Church
3 February - Our Lady and St Vincent Roman Catholic Church
3 March - Potters Bar Baptist Church
7 April - United Reformed Church
5 May - Christ Church Little Heath
2 June - Evangelical Free Church
7 July - Our Lady and St Vincent Roman Catholic Church
4 August - St Mary the Virgin and All Saints Church
1 September - Potters Bar Baptist Church
6 October - King Charles the Martyr Church
3 November - St John's Methodist Church
1 December - Christ Church Little Heath
5 January 2019 - King Charles the Martyr Church
6:30pm 2 December - Advent Procession at St Mary the Virgin and All Saints Church