• Hayling Island Baptist

7 Feb

Acts 20:1-6 "Paul's ministry in Macedonia and Greece"

Welcome everyone!


Tiny Tots

A message from Katie: "I thought you might enjoy a bit of a change from me reading to you this week. This Rend Co. Kids song and the video is a favourite in our house as it tells stories with bright colours, and a song we can dance and sing to as we watch. Have fun!"

We hope you enjoyed that! The remainder of our service follows next. A little note that after Nick's message, you will be directed to click on a link in the top right corner of the screen (a small white circle with a black "i" in the middle). You will only be able to access that link if you are actually viewing the service on YouTube and on a computer or tablet. So for those who feel more comfortable staying on this page, we've placed a link to that song below the service. It's well worth the listen, even if you only choose to watch it at the end.


Service



Life Zone Song


Paul lived a life that embodied the message of this song. May we be inspired to do likewise as we go into this week. Thanks for joining us!


Notices

Small group questions

Read Acts 20:1-6

  1. Paul left Ephesus for the benefit of others. Have you ever given something up for the benefit of someone else? How hard was it to make that sacrifice and was it appreciated?

  2. What are the differences between belief and discipleship?

  3. Has your understanding of what it means to follow Christ changed in any way over lockdown? How hard has it been to follow Him over this period?

  4. Why is the Church so important in developing our Christian life? What part do we all play in it to help develop each other and what do you see as your personal role/s in the Church?


Offerings

If you'd like to donate to the work of this church, you can do so at:

NatWest

Hayling Island Baptist Church

Acc: 86223828

Sort code: 53-50-33

If you would like to find out more about how and why Christians donate to churches this article provides relevant scriptures and some interesting history on the topic.




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