Please join us this Sunday for our annual BBQ lunch, which follows on from our normal ‘discover’ Sunday service.
‘discover’ starts from 11:30am with coffee and other drinks being served in the main hall, before the service itself begins at 11:45am. It is suitable for all the family and will include some singing, a quiz and a short talk from the Bible. It will finish at around 12:30pm and the BBQ will take place in the car park behind Parkside.
Once the food is out of the way, there will be the opportunity to play some games in the park, weather permitting, and you’re welcome to stay for as long as you like.
For more information about ‘discover’, please click here.
Happy New Year to you!
This year, in discover, we’re going to be looking at the book of Romans. We opened up the series by playing a couple of videos from the excellent thebibleproject.com. Their site is well worth a visit and the videos break down Paul’s letter into more manageable pieces. There are two for Romans – chapters 1-4 and chapters 5-16.
We hope you’ll be able to join us on Sunday mornings from 11:30am, as we seek to learn more about the book of Romans and its relevance today.
We’re looking forward to our next Family Tea, which will take place on Sunday, 8 October from 5pm.
We hope that you’ll be able to join us.
For the fourth year in a row, we’re planning to hold a children’s Holiday Club at Parkside.
This will take place in the mornings of the final week of the summer holidays, between 29 August and 1 September.
The Holiday Club is for children aged between 4 and 11 and this year we’ll be looking at the story of Gideon, taken from the book of Judges.
For more details and to register, head to parksidecf.com/holidayclub
We had a great afternoon over at Marlow for our Sausage Sizzle and managed to avoid the showers that had constantly threatened during the day.
With some twenty people attending, four portable gas stoves were employed to cook the sausages and boil water for hot drinks.
After the food, an informal game with a frisbee ensued, for the more active attendees.