Jul 18

 

Sunday 20th July 2014

1 Chronicles 16:8-10 – “Oh give thanks to the Lord; call upon his name; make known his deeds among the peoples! Sing to him, sing praises to him; tell of all his wondrous works! Glory in his holy name; let the hearts of those who seek the Lord rejoice!”

Come and join us on Sunday we gather as a church to sing praises to the Lord our God. Jadie Stiven will be leading us in our time of singing and we’re planning on using the following songs:

 

This week Nathan Smith will be preaching the second part of our 2014 summer series on “The Beatitudes”, with a message from Matthew 5:5 on “Blessed are the Meek”.

The service starts at 10:30am.  Complimentary refreshments are available from 10am.

We have a creche that runs throughout the morning for children aged 6months-4year olds.  The doors open at 10:20am for our Sunday Kids Club, for children aged 5-10years old.

If you are planning on a visit you can find out what to expect,  what is available for children, and get a map and directions from your location to our meeting venue, Bristol Metropolitan Academy.

 

 

 

 

May 09

 

Sunday 11th May 2014

Psalm 8:1 – “O Lord, our Lord, how majestic is your name in all the earth!”

Come and join us on Sunday we gather as a church to sing of the majesty of the Lord our God. Jadie Stiven will be leading us in our time of singing and we’re planning on using the following songs:

 

This week Nathan Smith will be preaching a message from Psalm 85.

The service starts at 10:30am.  Complimentary refreshments are available from 10am.

We have a creche that runs throughout the morning for children aged 6months-4year olds.  The doors open at 10:20am for our Sunday Kids Club, for children aged 5-10years old.

If you are planning on a visit you can find out what to expect,  what is available for children, and get a map and directions from your location to our meeting venue, Bristol Metropolitan Academy.

 

 

 

 

May 02

Check out this new arrangement of a great old hymn, that we will be introducing (Lord willing) on Sunday 4th May!

 

Grace Greater from The Village Church on Vimeo.

 

 

 

May 02

 

Sunday 4th May 2014

Psalm 147:1 – “Praise the Lord!  For it is good to sing praises to our God; for it is pleasant, and a song of praise is fitting.”

Come and join together with our Grace Church family to sing songs of praise to our God.  Nathan Smith will be leading us in our time of singing and in sharing communion together.  We’re planning on using the following songs:

 

This week Peter Bowley will be preaching a message from Psalm 42.

The service starts at 10:30am.  Complimentary refreshments are available from 10am.

We have a creche that runs throughout the morning for children aged 6months-4year olds.  The doors open at 10:20am for our Sunday Kids Club, for children aged 5-10years old.

If you are planning on a visit you can find out what to expect,  what is available for children, and get a map and directions from your location to our meeting venue, Bristol Metropolitan Academy.

 

 

 

 

Apr 25

 

Sunday 27th April 2014

Sunday’s coming!  Join us this week as we gather as a church family to raise our voices and sing the praises of our good and gracious God, and Saviour Jesus Christ!  As we gather, Jadie Stiven will be leading us in our time of singing praises to God, and is planning on using the following songs:

 

This week we’re pleased to be joined by our friend and guest preacher, Andy Paterson (pictured right).  Andy serves as Missions Director for the FIEC, and was previously senior minister of Kensington Baptist Church in Bristol.  Andy will be preaching a message from Colossians 4:2-6.

 

The service starts at 10:30am.  Complimentary refreshments are available from 10am.

We have a creche that runs throughout the morning for children aged 6months-4year olds.  The doors open at 10:20am for our Sunday Kids Club, for children aged 5-10years old.

If you are planning on a visit you can find out what to expect,  what is available for children, and get a map and directions from your location to our meeting venue, Bristol Metropolitan Academy.

 

 

 

Aug 30

Written to the congregation which the Apostle Paul probably held closest to his heart, the Letter to the Philippians is packed full of Jesus Christ, and overflows with a contagious sense of real, great, practical, living joy!

Paul was bound by chains in a Roman prison when he wrote to the church at Philippi. But despite the loss of his freedom and opposition from fellow gospel-workers, this short letter radiates joy — joy that the gospel is proclaimed, joy in partnership and fellowship with the Philippian Christians, and above all — joy in Jesus Christ himself.

Join us through the Autumn of 2012 as we explore the great themes of this book, and seek to understand and apply God’s Word to our lives today.

Our series begins Sunday 2nd September 2012. Join us!

Check out our recommended resources to go alongside this series.