Being inspired to share the amazing Easter story with our communities
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"We firmly believe that God’s hand has been on this initiative, He went before us and is guiding our journey as we seek to do His will.”
People from all parts of the local community took part in the experience based on the book "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe", by C.S Lewis
Christian communities across Bath and Wells support the neighbourhoods they serve in a host of different ways – from the more traditional support for initiatives such as community fridges and foodbanks that address food poverty, to walking alongside their community and fostering community growth in more unexpected places like football clubs and workplaces.
"A great joy and privilege to offer a welcoming presence, a listening ear, to discern where the Holy Spirit is at work, and to join in"
They toasted marshmallows and drank hot chocolate, before coming together inside for a worship evening, hosted by Movement, in partnership with local churches.
Fellowship and fun was enjoyed by everyone at the festival, St Stephen’s Church, Bath.
'A new Christian Worshipping Community being born though the ministry of a Chaplaincy.'
Slavery is happening in every town, city and in rural communities. It is the most vulnerable of our society that are at risk of exploitation.
Bringing beautiful, thought-provoking creativity to Highbridge, which can come into conversation with the beauty and depth of the Christian faith.
"Katy’s chaplaincy offers the students and staff at Bath Spa a spiritual paradigm though which to explore and understand life."
”It is that sense of determination that pervades Reader ministry across the diocese, that determination to serve Jesus Christ as trained and licensed theologians in the wide variety of different ways that Readers are called to do.”
"A great opportunity to take the church out of the building."
"A place that’s restoring people, helping the environment and showing our love and care for each other."
A community garden with growing space for young adults is being established on land neglected and forgotten for more than ten years
St George’s Wilton Community Fridge has officially opened, launching its efforts to combat food waste within the local community.
On a sunny Sunday in July, the community of St. Peter’s, Portishead gathered for the baptism of youth member Jacob. The church joined together and worshiped on the beach before heading down to the waterfront for the ceremony itself.
Throughout the school summer holidays, churches across Bath and Wells have been providing chances for community support through a blend of food, faith, and enjoyment.
'The start of an exciting shared journey into all God has for the students as they venture deeper into their pioneer vocation.'
'I am inspired by the life at Taizé, how for one week thousands of people can be gathered in community in the face of cultural, religious, theological, and social differences.'