Little garden of Hope

I’ve been following our College and Collective daily challenges to be light in this painful and strange time. You too can see them on our Facebook page here: Link to Light College and Collective They’re simple daily challenges ranging from painting a picture for someone to putting up a poster of encouragement in your window. … Continue reading Little garden of Hope

Serving as chaplain on a remote island without electricity or WiFi.

So, what do you actually do for nearly 2 weeks on an island without WiFi and electricity? Check out this short film from Chris’ latest experience of serving as Bardsey Island Chaplain.

Open the doors and love people

They had 3 members in the church 18 months ago. Yesterday the place felt half full with over 25 people, mainly young people and little ones adding to the service a wonderful buzz and playful noise that only children can bring! I was there to do the talk and also to encourage my friend Sue … Continue reading Open the doors and love people

What have woolly hats, repairing clothes, prayer, homemade cakes and great coffee have in common?

I help lead Lighthouse café with my friend Paul Taylor. Together with a wonderful team of volunteers we open up the doors of Great Gransden Baptist Church and welcome anyone and everyone to enjoy our café. It's only once a week and once a month for café church with a few concerts thrown into the … Continue reading What have woolly hats, repairing clothes, prayer, homemade cakes and great coffee have in common?

Fresh expression of Church in Great Gransden 

Yesterday I announced that Lighthouse cafe church will start on the 2nd Sunday of every month, 4-6 starting this September.  The announcement happened at a cafe event where local artist Kate Green exhibited some of her stunning work and spoke about her life as a Christian and an artist.  Before the event I shared with … Continue reading Fresh expression of Church in Great Gransden