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Paraclesis

Looking at how God has come alongside us and enabled us to get alongside others!

Sunday 11th June - Caring:the good samaritian

What does it mean to come alongside somebody in the same way that Jesus has come alongside us and shown us care in our time of need?

Andy Wolton introducing the Paraclesis concept starting with Caring
110617 Paraclesis Caring.mp3
MP3 audio file [3.4 MB]

Sunday 18th June - Loving

Today we are looking at loving - how we are motivated to love and care for others. It’s
easy to do it for people we like, but how can we show compassion to others in our
community that are less easy to love! Jesus loves us all, how can we show that?

Geoffrey Boult looking at compassion and how we can love others
180617 Paraclesis Loving.mp3
MP3 audio file [3.7 MB]

Sunday 2nd July - Living: Man by the pool

We all have choices to make in our lives, some of them big, some of them happen to us.  But we do have a choice to how we respond.  Today we can choose life!

Tom Boswell talking about Parclesis and Living
020717 Living.mp3
MP3 audio file [2.9 MB]

Sunday 18th July - Healing : Strong in the broken places

“Sticks and stones may break my bones, but names will never hurt me.”  Not true is it? We’ve all had times in our lives when we’ve been broken, either physically, emotionally or spiritually.  Yet how can those broken places become our strength and enable us to journey with others in their difficult times?

Mark talking about Healing - Strong in the broken places
160717 Paraclesis Healing.mp3
MP3 audio file [3.6 MB]

Sunday 23rd July - Connecting: Man at the Gate

We all have a story to tell, what’s yours and will you share it? It may well just make the difference to somebody else. As we finish this series, we look at how we can journey with others, share our stories and encourage one another in sharing the hope that we have!

Jill Stuchfield talking about Paraclesis Connecting!
230717 Paraclesis Connecting.mp3
MP3 audio file [2.8 MB]

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