Our Calling: Evangelism

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Evangelism

We are living out Our Calling through Evangelism by working together with other churches to:

  • Engage with our local communities through specific projects
    Open the Book + Easter Journey + Christmas Journey + Linthorpe Road Resource Centre + Trinity Family Friendly Centre + Methodist Asylum Project + Foodbanks + Breakfast Clubs + Holiday Hunger Clubs
  • Create church communities that are welcoming
    Bible Groups + Knit and natter + Toddler groups + Baptisms, weddings and funerals + Pop in/Coffee mornings + Zoom and youth activities + Godly play in church and schools + Weekdays services + Family friendly worship
  • Show what we believe through how we live
    Living Christ's love + Being in our communities + "Doing small things with great love" Mother Teresa + Smiling + Showing the love of Christ to all we meet

 

Hymns and songs

 

Hymn Singing the FaithHymns and Psalms
And can it be? 345 216
Come and join the celebration 196 97
Come sinners to the Gospel Feast 401 460
Go forth and tell - 770
Go, tell it on the mountain - 135
Hear the call of the kingdom 407 -
I, the Lord of sea and sky 663 -
Lord your church on earth is seeking410 774
This, this is the God we adore 67 277
We have a Gospel to proclaim 418 465
Will you come and follow me 673 -

 

Passages of Scripture

 

Baptism of Jesus Mark 1:9-11
In the beginning John 1
Come unto me all you who are wearyMatthew 11:28-30
Experiencing the risen Christ John 20
Peter's speech Acts 3
The Great Commission Matthew 28:19
Jesus is arrested Matthew 26
You will be my witnesses Acts 1:11

 

These responses were from Spring Synod on 12 May 2018, when we met together as a district. During the course of the day we looked at how we live out our faith. We were asked to give examples from our local churches and write them on four pieces of paper titled: + Evangelism + Worship + Learning and Caring + Service

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