Happy New Year

Happy New Year to you all.

We've been thoroughly blessed with an amazing family Christmas (our first in 11 years) and New Year and this morning, after worshiping with the community of St George's in Weald we interred Paula's Dad's ashes in the graveyard.

This was a special time with family and was great to share with Paula's remaining Uncles & Aunts on her Dad's side. We were also thrilled to learn that his ashes were to be interred in the same place as her Mum's ashes. This truly blessed the family.

So, Christmas is done and we're entering an interesting year...

Eli enters his Matric year and is very keen to enlist in the British Army as soon as he can once his exams are over. Joel has applied for an internship and is hoping and praying he's successful. Please stand with him & us in praying for this.

We're all ready to go home now, just our Covid tests to be done tomorrow and a mammoth packing session on Tuesday ready for our flight on Wednesday.

We're excited to be getting back to The Gathering, especially as our Soup Kitchen Christmas Lunch is just a few weeks away now.

We're also keen to get back on with church life. This year we want to be more intentional in our church life and how we witness within the community. We also plan to do some evangelism and leaflet drops around the local neighbourhoods. This is an area for your prayers as we long to see The Gathering grow numerically.

We hope you've had a good Christmas and New Year and look forward to hearing from you.


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