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A Weekly Hiya,
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Hiya

19 October 2021
Hiya web, trust you’re having a good week

I hope you can see this picture  – 

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Free tickets are available for the Wow conference 13th Nov here – https://wowglobal2021.eventbrite.co.uk

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£5 tickets for the pantomime with Duggie Dug Dug Dec 3rd are at the church or on eventbrite  

and this 
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The light party is a free event as an alternative to Halloween on Sun 31st from 5.30. Children don’t need tickets for this

Glory

thanks so much to those who have shared some thoughts on downstairs – last chance to fill in the questionnaire here please – https://kingsland.org.uk/survey/.  

it really does feel like we have moved into the new season I spoke of a month ago – even today i’ve had some lovely conversations with people i’ve barely seen in 18 months – so positive. 

and Paul Steele is speaking at Wednesday at 1 tomorrow

and we’re doing Connections on Sunday – I’m hoping you see that as your next step. Connections is after the 11am service- about 12.30 – in the Samuel room on Sunday and you are most welcome. 

so good – so so good

grace and peace 

neil

 

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It’s Sunday!

10 October 2021

 

Welcome! Welcome web, welcome to our services today. 

Samuel Okafor is speaking at the morning services today, continuing our series from 1 Samuel, ‘hearing form God, inspiring a nation’. Samuel’s title on Samuel this morning is “Give us a King”. Tonight at 6.30 it’s our monthly Encounter service, where we simply worship for the entire time together. This morning our youth and children’s groups will be meeting in their various groups and the quiet Sensory room will be running again. The cafe will be open after the second service for teas, coffees, cakes and toasted teacakes. 

This afternoon in the Daniel room between 4pm and 6pm we inviting people to a Light a Candle event for those who have suffered miscarriage or still birth. Drop in anytime, use the opportunity to remember, mourn, think and, if appropriate, talk to someone. We are doing this in conjunction with Hunnaball’s Funeral Service. All are welcome, please make this known to anyone it may benefit.

The Autumn small groups have started, but it’s not too late to join most of them. Pick up the Opportunities leaflet for info.

4 Business meet tomorrow night in the building. It’s for people who run their own business, contractors, directors and self employed. If that you you are more than welcome at 7.45pm here.

On Tuesday here at 8 we are running Base Camp for those wanting to go higher in ministry. One session to think about your gifts, abilities and heart, to think about some options and give one evening to be inspired and equipped, and consider what your next steps might be. 

You’re also welcome to a group ‘praying for the nations’ on Friday at 11 at Gordon and Sue’s home. They focus on the persecuted church, international news and our Kingsland around the world friends. for info try krusegor@aol.com 

Cry in the Dark are seeking to give Christmas food gifts to everyone in the village they work in in Romania. Some of us have had the privilege of visiting Nugustorului. If you want to help try www.justgiving.com/campaign/festivefood

A few dates for your diary:

     Sun 24th Oct Connections – for those considering making Kingsland their home Church

     Tues 2nd Nov partners meeting 8pm

     Sat 13th Nov Wow day conference for women – ‘Gather the fragments’. We hope to hear a little more about this this morning. Tickets from: https://wowglobal2021.eventbrite.co.uk

     Fri 3rd Dec – pantomime with Duggie Dug Dug!         

     Sun 19th Dec Comedians and Carols with Paul Kerensa 7.30pm

For details of the Friday youth clubs and the other midweek youth groups, including Tuesdays new Remix for all secondary school youngsters and 6th Form students email shaun@kingsland.org.uk 

Thank you so much to those who gave in our first Sunday offering last week. To make a financial offering to the church, the kingdom and the Lord please use the box or card machine in the building, or for online gifts use our CAF Bank account 405240 00017871. The donate button on the web site facilitates gifts through Stewardship services and Paypal. Thank you. 

We will continue to open the Genesis & Joshua rooms to extend shekinah and give extra space for social distancing. We’ve designated one area of the Church for people who prefer to wear a mask throughout. Thank you to those who are taking lateral flow tests. Please wear a mask at least until you are seated, and of course feel free to wear it throughout and bear in mind the need to sanitise and distance wherever possible. We’ll begin the services and the stream on YouTube and Facebook at 9.15, 11 and 6.30. The 6.30 service and Wednesday at 1 are smaller congregations so social distancing is really easy. 

have a great Sunday 

 

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Hiya

05 October 2021

 

Hiya web, trust you’re having a good week

Been thinking a lot recently about the future of the church here and I’m excited at the potential for this next season. It’s hard to look back and see how we were moving at such a speed a couple of years ago and how life then became rather different. It’s frightening to think back on how many times we had to change and adapt to a constantly evolving situation. We’re hopeful there won’t be too many more major changes. 

We are seeing so many groups and activities in the building, the Cafe is happening again and church is back! Certainly Sundays feel very normal. Check out Sevens sermon from Sunday here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oBIYwfFck_s  There is lots of space particularly in the early service, the evening service and Wednesday at 1. Having the children in their separate groups from the start and opening the Genesis room has created more room at 11 as well.

It’s been exciting to see Messy Church and the toddler group get established, some new discipleship groups have started and most of the community groups are working well.

Remix starts tonight at 6 for youngsters in years 7 to 13. It includes food. Marvellous. 

And we’re offering lifts for uni students this week. Can you help? 

Added to all that we are beginning to think about what will happen when Aldi move out downstairs. We have no rights to the space till the end of 2024, though we may be able to do something before then. 

And there are a few special events, the WOW conference on the 13th Nov, the pantomime with Duggie Doug Doug on Dec 3rd comedians and carols on the 19th Dec

So I’m very optimistic about the future. All of it is open to you. This is your invite and if you’d like to find out more please reply or email sara@kingsland.org.uk

I’d love for you to join us in partnership, we are seeing more evidence of the growth kingdom of God among us and want to be together as we push into that. If you consider kingsland your church please join us for connections on Sun 24th Oct after the second service. As partners we commit together to our partnership covenant… ill pop it below

Must go

Grace and peace

Neil 

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23 September 2021

Hiya web, trust you’re having a good week

So, some highlights of the week so far include an emotional seminar leader who hired a room here for a day conference. She was gushing in her praise and so delighted to be here again after 18 months. Similarly for a lady at slimming world this morning, and another at a Tuesday afternoon choir this week. It’s a delight when people comment emotionally on how the atmosphere here is so peaceful pleasant or kind

A sadness is that the Cameroonian trainees are yet to arrive in the country because of visa problems. One has been refused altogether but we were pleased to say yes to having a British Iranian guy called Arian instead, who will arrive Sunday night from Yeovil via the DNA HQ in Horsham. Please pray that the Cameroonians will get the necessary permissions and be able to join him very soon

A disappointment was a call from our agents about downstairs. When I heard he was on the phone I hoped for some info from Aldi in terms of what they are wanting to do after they move out at the end of November. No news. Please pray; the ball is very firmly in Aldi’s court as they have rights and responsibilities for downstairs at least until November 2024. At present it looks like it will be a empty shop for a while at least. That might help with our parking!

A joy was seeing so many mums using the Precious Bundles facilities this morning. Lindsay tells me donations of clothes, particularly warm winter ones, for ages 6 months to 5 years are welcome. They are particularly low on clothes for ages 2-5 and also need cot sheets and blankets, wipes and toiletries. If you can help please leave any donations in the box at the top of the stairs at church. They blessed 45 families this month. Amazing.

A delight was the MAP programme getting off the ground. We had the ‘all together’ last week and on Monday night I met with my small group to think about organisational culture. Another nice thing about the evening was that every room in the building was being used

A win was the sensory room that opened on Sunday morning for youngsters in both services. If your child would like to use it please mention this the C & Y check in, if you’d like to help in the room please see Shaun, Bec or Jill

A hope is that we will be able to reach out to women during baby loss awareness week when, on Sunday 10th October we have an opportunity for those who have suffered a loss, stillbirth a miscarriage to come and light a candle and join a safe space to remember and maybe chat to one of our pastoral team. If you know people who might benefit from this please invite them.

A nice thing was seeing my wife Maggie bring three or four work colleagues to the Cafe at lunchtime today. 

I think the biggest laugh so far this week came in our SLT meeting on Tuesday. It was also a very productive meeting as we continued to think through church structure and shape for the next season

I think the most creative thing this week has been my sermon. Tbh I’m not sure anyone will notice but it’s been good to try to craft a sermon for Sunday, the next in the series on Samuel. 

Anyway I ought to close – but do join in one or more of the small groups that are happening this term – the people who lead these things are so  so good

Thanks for being part of it all

Grace and peace 

Neil

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Food? I Like Food!!!!

13 September 2021
Hi there!!!

I truly do hate mass emails but this is the only I felt I could get the audience I desire. And if you know anything about us Americans, it’s that we like to be noticed…. by the most people possible!!! 

However, my narcism is not why I’m emailing you, I actually do have a point I’ll make. We are trying to get a secondary/college aged youth service launched in October. The elements of this service will include a student led worship team, small groups, games, and food. You’ve always gotta have food when it comes to students! And I’m looking to have a dinner provided for them every Tuesday night. The problem is that I need dinner preparers every Tuesday night, and this is the area I’m lacking.

If you would like to get involved in the amazing youth work we are doing here, in the easiest possible way, I could really use your help. I estimate we’ll have around 20 or so to feed at the start, so it should be a relatively easy meal. Pasta’s or pizza always go a long way… plus I’m a pasta guy! I see this is a “once every three month” type commitment unless you’d like to be in a more involved role. 

I’m hoping this group becomes a big part of the discipleship journey of our students, as the growth that happens in a small-group type of environment is key to their faith development. Relationships happen there, friendships are made there, and Jesus is shared in real ways there.

Please let me know if you’d like to be involved in this, and I promise I won’t make it all about me as us Americans tend to do. 😆 Bec and I have been blown away by the involvement of the church partners within our youth programs, as the work that happens (and needs to happen) would be impossible to do on our own. Prayers would be amazing as well as we know it’s not us leading this charge and we can’t do it on our own.

My wife and I have felt amazingly loved and welcomed at Kingsland so far, and we feel abundantly blessed to be here. Thank you for all you’ve done for us so far, and your commitment to all that we’re doing here. Bless you today and keep being Jesus!!!

Shaun Almond ><>
Director of Children’s and Student Ministries
m. 07375 101957

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Gift Aid does not cost you a penny more, but can add an additional 25p to every £1 you donate. When Kingsland Church Colchester receives a donation from a UK taxpayer, we're entitled to claim an amount of tax (calculated at the basic rate of income tax in that year) paid on that donation. Once you have given your permission for us to do this on your behalf, there is no need for you to do anything else.

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The amount of tax we claim will be 25% of the total value of your donations in that tax year. Furthermore, if you are a higher taxpayer, you are also entitled to claim the difference between the basic rate which we will claim and the amount of tax you have actually paid. For further details on how you can do this, please contact your tax office. If your tax situation changes and your gifts will no longer be eligible for the Gift Aid scheme please contact us and we will amend your record accordingly.

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