“The fruit of the Spirit is...gentleness, faithfulness and self-control...”(Galatians 5:22)

The word of God is often pictured in the Bible as a seed, planted in human hearts, bringing forth fruit.  In what way would sharing God’s word with everyone in Galleywood bring gentleness, faithfulness and self-control to the community?  In what ways would receiving the word bring these qualities to your own life?

In 2005 a guest preacher felt that God had given her pictures of St Michael’s as a palm tree and as a vine.  In both cases, God’s message was the same: “I’m looking for fruit.”

 

10.30am: A joint Holy Communion service at the school with the themes of  Love and the Word.

5.30pm: All are welcome to a short evening service, focussing on strengths of the church

6.10pm: The leadership team meet to examine  the present strengths of St Michael’s.

 
 


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