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Lucy Wright

Lucy Writes… April 2016

Long obedience in the same direction If someone asked you what your favourite book of the Bible was, how would you answer it? Perhaps a gospel that helps us get close Jesus, an eloquently argued letter of Paul, or a heroic story of an Old Testament character? I can appreciate all of the former for…

Lucy Wright

Lucy Writes… March 2016

From Lucy I’ve been thinking hard about prayer recently, and prayer is hard. The act of praying isn’t hard, but making room for prayer is often hard. Sometimes prayer gets squeezed because I’m tired, or busy, or I just forget. You see I sometimes do things, worry about things, plan things, and then forget to…

Building

Hub Project

WPBC was formed in 1890, and has been at its current premises in The Avenue (opposite Worcester Park Station) since the 1950s.  Although there have been a couple of additions to the buildings down the years, the bulk of the buildings date from the 50s. As well as meeting for all-age Christian worship and teaching…

Generous

Lucy Writes… February 2016

From Lucy Lent is often the time we give up things; perhaps chocolate, or TV, in order to focus more on God. But I wonder what do you do with the money that you saved from not buying that chocolate bar? How about giving that money to charity? What about using that extra time you…

Why Being Part of a Connect Group is Good

Why Connect Groups? From its earliest days, the church has met together, gathering in both larger settings as well as in smaller groups (Acts 2: 42-47). Both settings are important and complement each other. Join a Connect Group? Joining a Connect Group is one of the best ways to get involved in life at Worcester…

Lucy Generous Living

Lucy Writes… January 2016

From Lucy As I write this we are still in advent, and during advent, I decided to try the Bible Society’s ‘Advent Challenge.’ Each day I receive an email with a simple small challenge. A number of the challenges included things like: giving money to charity, buying a Fairtrade product, and trying to be less…