Christian mayor Marian Ayres sought to bring unity
Marian Ayres, outgoing mayor of Littlehampton, shares how she marked the end of her year in office
Many Christians say we shouldnât mix politics and religion, and yet in this amazing year as Mayor of Littlehampton I have had the honour of meeting people from all walks of life, both in the civic realm around West Sussex, local clubs and societies, schools, churches and many individual folk in my town.Read More
Parkside Evangelical Church celebrated the Queenâs 90th birthday in style with an indoor street party for all ages.
Seventy people enjoyed a sumptuous tea prepared by church members. Craft activities included designingÂ royal crowns, finding and placing pictures of members of the royal family on a family tree poster, and colouring a 90th birthday picture.Read More
Keen Christians would say that Jesus already lives in the hearts of Guildford believers, but as a reminder to the empty-hearted, he will be represented in the annual passion play on Easter Saturday and in Trafalgar Square on Good Friday.
Former director of Worthing Philharmonic Choir for 40 years and a church organist for over 55 years, Donovan Brown is not taking it easy in his retirement, nor letting his musical abilities go to waste.Read More
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