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A Weekly Hiya,
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hiya

01 March 2022
Hiya web, trust you’re having a good week

Had such good day on Sunday, loved being with everyone and hearing David Campbell, always a joy and an encouragement. It was so good too to pray together for Ukraine, particularly with Tatiana and Gary in the second service. Was privileged to have lunch with David and later on met up with my friend Sandy. Sandy is one of my heroes, he left our Bible College at the same time I did, lived on a rubbish dump in Egypt for a while seeking to mobilise Copts to evangelise the Middle East and then moved to Erbil translating the Bible into Kurdish. Needless to say he has some amazing stories, many of which featured Ukraine of course.

It’s been good to be part of the response to the crisis. Gary and Tatiana are involved in sending aid. Casa Albert, Cry in the Dark’s house in Romania, is accepting refugees. The prayer in tongues meeting (on Zoom 589 493 2558, password ‘coffee’ from 8.15-8.45 each weekday morning)  is receiving revelation on the conflict. Prayer for the nations (11am on Fridays ) has had a Ukraine focus and Margaret is organising a special prayer gathering on Friday night, 4th March at 8pm in the Samuel room. All welcome to any of those. theres an in person prayer in tongues evening on the 18th March at 8pm too 

You are invited to Connections – its one session finding out about partnership here – some churches call it membership. a choice of three sessions – Sunday 13th at 12.45 , Tuesday 15th at 11am or 8pm 

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The trustees meet on Thursday, please pray for Kayode, Mee Fong, Andrew, Margaret and Gemma. One nice thing about trustees meetings  is that we get reports from all sorts of people doing all sorts of amazing things. We hear that the there are more children and youth on Sundays than before the pandemic, that the cafe is getting busier and that we’re still solvent!

Marcus tells me the book club are starting the excellent ( it really is,) ‘Inspired’ by Rachel Held-Evans. We’ve ordered a few copies for the bookshop, along with a couple of copies of John Mark Comers book the Ruthless Elimination of Hurry which the book club read a while back and is featured in the evening services just now. Donna told me that joining book club changes your life…. 

It’s Listening Ear tomorrow night, 7.30 till 8.30. It’s a great opportunity to off load, talk, tell your story or just receive comfort from our trained listeners. You or friends are welcome.

The incredible Maggie Loxley, probably the best preacher in the family, is speaking at Wednesday at 1 tomorrow. 

Men’s breakfast on Saturday with Simon Pinchbeck. Yay! 8.30 am – please book in with Ian@kingsland.org.uk before Thursday 1pm please 

Mark runs the Korban Project, housing vulnerable young people in Colchester, and is recruiting a 20 hour a week manager. I can send details if you want to find out more. 

Have a good week

 

Neil

So looking forward to hearing William Wade and being at the men’s conference on 19th March. Guys do book in now. https://kingsland.org.uk/get-involved/events/

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Hiya

22 February 2022

Hiya web, trust you’re having a good week

Still buzzing from the weekend. It was so good to be back in person after missing last Sunday…  Sunday was really good, as usual, but Saturday was amazing!

So many families, a good percentage of whom had never been to the church building before all seemed to thoroughly enjoy the day. Many stayed for hours, most for much more than an hour so we were really busy for the full 5 time, only in the last 30 minutes did it seem to tail off, and Sara was still painting faces an hour after we finished.

The Spirit cafe was nicely busy, Karen was gutted not to be there but the team were amazing, ministering love, the Holy Spirit or healing to dozens of people. Best estimates were that each of the games and activities had around 150 participants, double that on each bouncy castle. We welcomed just over 1000 people through the doors and we’ve had so many nice comments on Facebook and messages from different people appreciating the day. 

So thank you, thank you for making it known, and for helping make Jesus known through it all. Thank you to those who delivered cards, shared Facebook posts, prayed, and particularly to the 90 volunteers who made the whole thing work. What a great team, what a brilliant event. Thank you. 

In other news, it’s not half term this week so the Tuesday 6pm Remix, Wednesday 3.30 homework club and Friday 6.30 & 7.30 youth groups are back. Email shaun@kingsland.org.uk for details. And it’s the last week of Satellites youth festival discount. Looks like they’ll be a really good group of our young people going to this in August. Email Bec@kingsland.org.uk for details…. 

This Sunday David Campbell is our guest speaker at the 9.15 and 11am services. Really looking forward to his ministry. It’s Messy church the week after, no need to book but you’re welcome to tell Bec you’ll be there

Its likely that by Sunday there’ll be no more restrictions at all. We’ll continue to keep the left hand side as you go into shekinah as a masked area, and socially distanced, and review it again at Easter. Please watch online if you have symptoms, and thank you  to those still taking lateral flow tests. 

Im away for a couple of days now, with Rosh in Nottingham but hopefully see you at the weekend. 

Booking for the men’s conference , walk worthy on 19th March and the prophetic intensive on 7th May is open. Go to https://kingsland.org.uk/get-involved/events/ to book…

Have a great week

 

Neil

PS Got this from Lindsay “Precious Bundles next drop in is Thursday 24th 10am-12, open to anyone in need of clothes and other items for their under 5s. Please share with those who could benefit.
We’re running low on certain items: Clothes in Girls 2-5 years and Boys 4-5 years, Bedding (Moses basket / Cot Sheets, Blankets, Baby sleeping bags, Duvet cover sets), Muslins, Bottles, Nappies, Wipes & Toiletries. If anyone is able to donate any of these to help us continue to meet the increasing need that would be amazing. They can be left in the donation box at the top of the stairs anytime the church is open. Thank you “

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Hiya

15 February 2022

Hiya web, trust you’re having a good week

What do you buy for the middle aged man who has everything? For Christmas 2019 my daughter bought me a one-line-a-day diary Journal thing to record the best of days. Poor timing I think. 2020 and 2021 were not renowned for great days.

Been thinking about that quite a lot this week as Maggie and I are isolating: we both tested positive but are asymptomatic. Very few people are walking past the house because the school on the road opposite is shut for half term, so it feels like lockdown over again. As in lockdown Maggie has taken up baking bread again, smells delicious (so I obviously don’t have covid badly) but I suspect the taste will be as disappointing as it was in 2020 

A couple of the 2020 highlights though were Great Days. One was the Free Family Fun day, another was the men’s Walk Worthy conference, and it’s great that we are able to do them both again this year.

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The free family fun day is this Saturday. I figured as I am in lockdown I ought to get back onto Facebook so, along with 50 others I’ve shared one of those posts. 10,000 views so we could be busy. Please come, please bring people, please help. We really need a few more hair braiders, some sports people, some small games and maybe a performer or two in the cafe. Please email Sara@Kingsland.org.uk to get involved.

Walk worthy is 19th March and i have just heard that the wonderful William Wade Will be speaking.(He was preacher of the year a couple of years ago– He’s good!) please book in for free

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Mike and Erin Holden who featured in our Kingsland Around the world newsletter, which is attached below for your delight and prayers, are visiting Colchester at the end of July. Mike’s parents have moved away so they are looking for somewhere to stay. Can you reply please if you have spare rooms or an empty house then that they might be able to use.

We’ve organised a few things recently so wanting to let you know about them. Connections is happening a few times and its for people wanting to make Kingsland their home church. Base camp is for people to consider their role gifts and ministry inside or outside kingsland, and I think the rest is self-explanatory. Some marvellous opportunities… please get them in the diary… especially the prophetic intensive on Sat 7 May and the joint morning pentecost service at Charter Hall with other Colchester churches on 5th June – a first!

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I’m expecting to be out by the weekend so maybe see you Saturday, and I’m speaking Sunday morning, hopefully in the building this time! It really is so much better in every respect! Ben B is speaking at Wednesday at 1 this week.

Grace and peace

 

Neil 
Kingsland Around the World Feb 2022 News.pdf 

 

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Hiya

08 February 2022

Hiya web, trust you’re having a good week

Big surprise last week when I went to the men’s loo and saw a vase of yellow daffodils! Even bigger surprise this week when they have been swapped for yellow roses!!

In fact there’s been a few more surprises recently. Been pleasantly surprised at the number of people around on a Sunday morning, it seems there is such a momentum in the church at the moment, which I guess is surprising in the whole scheme of things. 

Surprised and delighted at some of the people who have offered to help at the Free Family Fun day on the 19th February. Thank you so much. We’d love some people to organise more games outside, some activities inside, or join the group braiding hair, painting faces or decorating biscuits. It would also be great to have a set down team. There’s one or two slots to perform in the cafe. Can you put a load of sweets in a jar or bake a cake to guess the weight or any other mobile activity? If we get a basketball net can you organise a shoot out, or if we get a couple of remote control cars could you mark out a track and organise some races? Or anything else really. Please email sara@kingsland.org.uk if you can help. Surprised that our Facebook post for the day has been shared 50 times, and apparently seen by nearly 10,000 people. Could be busy!
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Surprised that Muyiwa is coming back to Kingsland on Saturday 7th May at a “Lost in His Presence” event. That’s not a Kingsland bash but it will be good fun. And it’s free. 4 – 8 pm

Pleasantly surprised at the initial burst of bookings for the men’s conference ‘walk worthy’ on the 19th March –  https://kingsland.org.uk/get-involved/mens-ministry/

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Surprised and pleased at the number of people at Connections on Sunday. It’s so good to find people who are keen to make a Kingsland Kingsland their home church.

Beautifully surprised by a conversation just now in the café with an unlikely guy who watched Seven’s sermon Sunday night. We do have some amazing and surprising conversations here regularly. 

Pleased and surprised that David Campbell is able and willing to come and speak at both the morning services on Sunday 27th feb. Marvellous.

Always slightly surprised and consistently delighted at the effort and energy people show as they do things around Kingsland. The prayer encounter team have spent several weeks in training so they can offer sessions to more people. Ideal to help you to get over a bump in the road, or have, as someone described it, ‘a long spiritual bath’.  Ian@kingsland.org.uk for more info.

It’s no surprise that there is a need for the half term food giveaway that we have been doing for sometime now. If you can help please email Ian@kingsland.org.uk

We gave out a gift Day letter on Sunday I’ll attach it below. It’s for the development of downstairs. Aldi currently are struggling to sub let but can’t vacate the lease till Nov 2024, so we will get the building then , or maybe before if they want to do a deal. We also gave out the new “welcome to Kingsland church” booklet that Arian put together. Nice. Well worth a read.

Anyway I’ll close, wishing you some good surprises, particularly that you be surprised by grace –  and peace

 

neil 

 

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Hiya

01 February 2022

Hiya web, trust you’re having a good week

can I invite you to Connections on Sunday – after the 11am service. If as I think, you are part of Kingsland and not a partner – (and if our lists are wrong im sorry ) please come along to find out more or sign up. 

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There’s lots happening tonight, and it’s a microcosm of the church as a whole

A bundle of discipleship groups are meeting in homes or on Zoom as we encourage each other to conduct ourselves in a manner worthy of the gospel. The group that met here earlier today were buzzing afterwards as they had lunch in the cafe, so I’m trusting that the other groups will have a good time too

Remix is happening in the building. Remix is for secondary school youngsters who are taking faith seriously. 6pm. There’s normally around 25 youngsters plus some young leaders as part of it all. It’s a great addition to the Sunday and Friday youth groups that are so valuable

The marriage course starts tonight. 8pm on Zoom 589 493 2558 password coffee. 5 weeks to invest in your marriage, with Samuel and Grace. It’s part of the support we want to give to marriages and families. There’s a dance class happening now, a contact session and a tutoring group too, all are part of the children and family centre. 

Gateway is happening in the building tonight. It’s a social club for adults with learning difficulties. Such a brilliant atmosphere. 

We had a leaders meeting today. Really good. Talked about the hubs or centres that are developing in the church. Beautiful. Then received a prophetic word that was so encouraging helpful and pulled us forward. 

Been thinking about the future too, especially downstairs. Did an inspection of the empty buildIng today. We’re meant to do them regularly to check for livestock, leaks and lodgers. It’s not hard to look beyond the mess and see something glorious, helpful and positive. it’s good to dream…. 

And preparing for Sunday. Trying to tell myself that Paul couldn’t possibly mean it like that. I’ll have to see if I let you decide on Sunday or talk about something else. In the meantime do consider ‘what is the gospel?’  Please continue to pray that we’d be good news and share good news…..

So, hope to see you Sunday, if not before, and feel free to join in tonight, or tomorrow at Listening Ear or…. or….

oh, and please volunteer for the Free Family Funday on the 19th. can you help?

Grace and peace

Neil

PS it’s the first Sunday of the month this weekend so that means Messy Church. 3.30 as well as the morning and evening services. And there’ll be opportunity to bring an offering as part of our worship. It also means next week is the second week, when 4business, MIW worship and games club meet….

PPS – feel free to reply, or email Sara@kingsland.org.uk to find out more about any of the above – or just pitch up. 

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