Partner Ministry Archives - HEART newspaper: Heart Publications
Partner ministry profile
Partner Churches and Ministries benefit from an annual Partner Profile feature such as this one and partners who can donate at least £40 per month can reclaim all their donations against adverts as well as having a regular free ‘Partner advert’ on the back page and a listing on page 2 with the Supporting Churches. Email email@example.com for a Partner Invitation Pack.
“Our weekly Bible study or prayer meetings are attended by more than half the church”
Lindfield Evangelical Free Church started in 1861 as a house church and then continued meeting in the Sewell Memorial Mission Hall in 1866, with the first pastor Arthur Ellem starting in 1911. The Church has had 14 pastors in its lifetime with some ups and downs on its way.
St Barnabas has been a Partner Church with HEART for nearly five years and we are delighted to be able to share their good news
AFTER MORE THAN TWO YEARS without a vicar, St Barnabas Church Bexhill has been upgraded and now has the services of a retired bishop!
Photo: Pastor Tim and Tiffany Buckley, Shoreham Free Church
A Partner Church Profile
By Emilie Bruell
Recently I attended a service in this light-filled wooden building whose focal point is a large plain cross on the main wall.
Pastor Tim Buckley spoke on Manna, the Word of God, the bread that Jesus declares is our life, our health, the very rock we as Christians must be grounded on and count our highest authority, Emmanuel, God with us and in us, the sword of the Spirit that must be spoken by us in resisting and defeating all the enemy’s fiery darts and in creating, calling into being the promises, blessings and abundance he gives us in his Son.
Jim Dobbin MP (pictured) and his colleague MP Fiona Bruce are looking for volunteers to defend unborn children.
CO-CHAIRS of the All Party Pro-Life Group, Fiona Bruce MP and Jim Dobbin MP, are looking for volunteers committed to defending unborn children to act as local ambassadors to their Parliamentary movement.
THE FIRES OF ANTI-CHRISTIAN PERSECUTION rage on around the world. Through most of the Middle East, and in large parts of Africa and Asia, our brothers and sisters continue to suffer discrimination, ill-treatment and violence because of their love for Christ. Research has estimated that around 200 million Christians – about 10 per cent of the total number – are disadvantaged, harassed or actively oppressed for their faith.