Bow Congregational Church is delighted with the appointment of Brian and Claire Watts who will jointly fulfil the role of pastor from the beginning of 2016.
We also welcome Mark Bailey from Crediton Congregational Church who is joining us for a 6 month placement as part of his ordination training.
Bow Congregational Church is a lively church in the heart of Bow village in Devon where we welcome everyone from all backgrounds and ages and we hope you will "come as you are". We are encouraged by a growing membership and our gatherings are relaxed and friendly, the music is up-to-date, the teaching is relevant to our everyday lives....and Jesus is always the focus.
Thought for the Month
" And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds, not giving up meeting together as some are in the habit of doing, but encouraging one another..“ Hebrews 10:24-25 (NIV)
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Prayer Requests - please submit
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Another ‘Worship and Prayer’ evening will be held on Friday 10th June from 7.30pm at Pat Ward’s home. This is an opportunity to come together simply to worship God and seek Him in all things. All are welcome. An informal evening with coffee and cake!
The Creative Prayer Group has been be launched! This is for everyone, whether or not you feel you are creative. The first part will be quiet prayer, with the option of taking part in some simple creative exercise – or bring your own project to work on prayerfully during that time. The second part will be sharing, praying for one another – and catching up over coffee. This will take place on Tuesdays in the Sunday school room, starting at 9.30, finishing around 12 noon. If in doubt – give it a go! (If you just want coffee and catch up, come at 11.00.)
Spiritual gifts test: assessment
A selection of the Sunday sermons will be recorded and can be accessed through this link: Recorded Sermons.
You will need a password to access these recordings - please contact Barry Tarr using the contact form listed under Contact Us if you wish to access this resource.