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A Weekly Hiya,
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Hiya

17 June 2021

Hiya web, trust you’re having a good week

Well, Monday’s “no news” announcement means little change for us as a church, community centre and café. We are still very socially distanced, lots of masks, no singing in the building, but we are able to meet in the community centre, in groups of six in the café and homes, and in larger groups outside. We’ve come this far, so I’m confident we will continue to move forward as a church and trust that we’ll be able to adapt to any new restrictions, or none, in a months time.

I’m putting the finishing touches to a leaflet about our summer groups. This is an excellent opportunity to connect, or reconnect. There are a variety of possibilities that allow us to learn, pray, and grow over the quieter months of summer. Most of the discipleship groups will take a break for the summer holidays and so we have put on opportunities to learn to pray in different ways, to think about physics, or the Old Testament, to father our toddlers, or mother our daughters, to read together, or be a better grandparent. An interesting selection. More news soon

I’m also putting together the new MAP course for September. This is a higher level leadership program that invests in people who are developing strongly in pastoral care, the prophetic, apostolic leadership, outreach or preaching. It’s a program that will cover the academic year and has proven to be so helpful in development of ministry gifts. More soon.

Please pray about your involvement in both these things, and make the most of the opportunities…

 

Excited about some of the developments with the youth and children just now. There’s A good sized group going to “Solid” at the beginning of July. It’s a one day festival run by Scripture union the other end of Essex. Beautiful

Its messy Church again on the 27th June at 3.30. . There are just a few tickets left – please book now if you plan to come…

Planning a holiday club on 25-27th August. Theres room on the team – to be part of the fun and make a difference please hit reply 

Trying to plan a baptismal service. If you would like to be baptised please hit reply!

If you’d like to be part of the team organising the evening services please join Lauren, Dan and the others team on Thursday 24th June at 8 pm. Please hit reply for more details

Excited too about spirit café. An online opportunity to connect with spiritual seekers that Karen is establishing with her team. The plan is to run this a couple of times a month helping people encounter Jesus, using language that is familiar to people who consider themselves spiritual. Look out for the spirit café Facebook posts. It’ll start slowly but we’d love this to become well-known and attractive to many. Please pray

On Sunday 15th August we’re planning a baby dedication service and BBQ. Its an opportunity to pray for the babies that have been born recently, to celebrate life, to pray for parents generally and to eat together after the second service. If you would like to have your little one dedicated please hit reply…

The next Listening Ear is wed 7th July from 7.30 till 9 . An opportunity tell your story, chat, offload and be heard. So important for so many. Please email Ian@kingsand.org.uk for more info or to book

You are invited to connections on the 1st of August. Connections is for people who consider Kingsland their church. May be you give regularly or you are part of a small group. If so I would like to ask you to please join us in connections where we talk about what belonging to Kingsland means. As you can imagine it’s not that onerous in terms of responsibility but it is important in terms of fellowship and our kingdom activity together. Please plan to join us on the 1st Aug after the second service.

Anyway, that will do for now 

Do get a ticket for Sunday…

Grace and peace

 

Neil

 

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Hiya

11 June 2021

Hiya web, trust you’re having a good week

So the Earth has spun round another 365 times, and as it has done so has spun around the sun again and therefore I need to buy Maggie a present. To add to the fun we jumped on the motorbike and headed for Norfolk, we took a couple of days so only 363 more spins till Maggie’s next celebration!

All very nice. Very fine. Apparently, Norwich is a ‘fine’ city. Hopefully that’s nothing to do with speeding fines. We’ll see.

Before I left it was a privilege to do the Act course again. I so enjoy these theology sessions. It was also great to hear, on my return, about Alpha and beta and Wednesday at 1 and some other initiatives. All good, very good, particularly the three groups that Virginia runs for Sri Lankan’s on Zoom. Amazing.

This Sunday Eli is recording some worship for the morning services for us, so that means at 9am we can meet outside to sing, without masks, as live worship, and we’ll extend that a bit as the on-line stream can start without a congregation in the building. We’ll then move inside for the rest of the service

11am Sunday morning will be ‘normal’ (at least normal for now) i’ll be continuing the ‘Spiritual fervour’ series. At 6.30 its Encounter – an extended worship session in the building

Trying to pull some details together of the opportunities we’ll have over the summer to meet to learn, stretch and grow in different ways. Looking good. Hopefully we can finalise that next week

Of course we are hoping that the restrictions we currently operate under as a church (especially singing restrictions) or as a cafe (social distance) and as a community centre (masks etc) will be lifted soon. We are expecting the announcement on Monday, so no doubt next weeks ‘Hiya ‘ email will outline any changes to the way we can do things after the 21st. Hopefully we will at least be able to sing, and it would be good if the choir was allowed to meet. We’ll see.

I met some Colchester church leaders again the other day – so good to be together in person, and I really felt we were ahead of the curve in terms of connecting and re connecting, meeting with youth and Children, and the way we have been able to be available and a blessing to the community through the various ways the centre and zoom has been used. Thank you so much for being part of it all. Things like the half term sandwich giveaway, our support for Gateway, the Kintsugi Hope, the cafe, Toddlers, Kingsland Counselling, the Friday night Youth groups, Alpha and Beta, Precious Bundles and Teas, the services on Sunday and Wednesday at 1 have all been a blessing to people who don’t yet know Jesus. And of course the amazing groups that have run consistently for believers, like KYG and the kids choir, the discipleship groups, the studies and prayer groups etc have been so so good

Of course all this is only really possible because of you, your prayers and your giving. Thanks so much to the people who have given this month through the bank or in the first Sunday offering. Any online gifts can be made through our CAF Bank account 405240 00017871. The donate button on the web site facilitates gifts through Stewardship services and Paypal. Thank you so much

Maggie seems to have stretched her birthday plans so we are still celebrating tonight and tomorrow apparently. So it should be a good weekend – with Sunday too – Glory!

Grace and peace

neil

 

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03 June 2021
Hiya web, trust you’re having a good week

If you’re not can I suggest you hit reply or email Ian@kingsland.org.uk to book into a slot between 7.30 to 9 tomorrow night to meet someone, tell your story, offload, or just appreciate a “Listening Ear” Traci and some of the pastoral team are available and it would be great if you could take up this opportunity for a chat

We’ve certainly had a change in the weather, it will be interesting to see if it’s matched with a change in the seasons later this month when the expected alteration of restrictions is, or isn’t, made. In either case I’m challenged around the idea of ‘keep your spiritual fervour’ and that will be the basis of my sermon on Sunday. Please encourage folk to come along or listen in, especially if you or they feel they have lost some of their spiritual vitality over the last months, I think it ties in well with Ian’s sermon on Joy, and the prayers and reading some of us have been doing from Psalm 51:10ff and 1 Peter1:3ff. It’s the first Sunday of the month so we will have opportunity to bring an offering as part of our worship too.

As it’s half term the youth groups, and some other sessions aren’t meeting, but they’ll be back next week. It seems a whole bunch of secondary school youngsters are getting very excited about Solid on 3rd July at Stubbers activity Centre.

Mark tells me that you, or anyone you know, is welcome to join the Kintsugi Hope mental well-being course next Monday, but that’ll be the last opportunity to join. I hope we’ll be able to run the course again at some point but, for now, next Monday is the last chance.

Beta is running tonight, heard such good things about this course and we will definitely be running it again. Maggie and a host of others are excited that netball is happening again tomorrow night from 6:30 pm at St Benedict’s and I know some of the discipleship groups are meeting this week, some in person and some on zoom

Karen and her team are planning towards a Spirit Cafe on the 25th June – an online version of the section of the outreach at the Free family Fun Festival where we offer various opportunities to talk to people about Jesus and pray for different needs. The language is designed to be attractive to spiritual seekers and the whole approach is Jesus Centred, Holy Spirit focussed and bathed in compassion. Please pray and encourage people to come along by sharing the Facebook posts etc

You have probably heard by now but last week the partners unanimously voted to reappoint Ian for a further 4 years. So delighted.

We also made a shout out for people to consider hosting an intern for next academic year. We hope to be able to work with DNA on the training programme that Mark and Jo have been part of. If you are willing and able to consider hosting a student please hit reply

Can I make a plug for the bookshop? We have an excellent selection of books, some discounted, there’s lots of cards and a decent selection of bibles too. All that as well as Karen’s, Loraine’s and Tony’s books. Marvellous

Anyway I’ll close

Grace and peace

 

Neil

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Just Checking In

17 November 2020
Good afternoon all,

During the first week of the new lock down those who I had their mobile numbers I just sent a wee text message and to those who I don’t I sent a email saying that –  Jesus has got you –  you are constantly on His mind.- He constantly thinks about you because your name is written on his hand.-  He is your tower of strength – He is your comfort and He will be all that you need Him to be –  He can do all  things – He knows what you need before you even ask him –  Jesus –  He has got you.

But I understand not everyone got it so I am so sorry  and hopefully  you have got this now.

So as we enter into week two I sent out a wee text message to all those mobile numbers to say that  when out praying whilst walking the dogs I often pray for the church and for you all by name. So I have started this week to pray for you all by name. 

But I also wanted to remind everyone as we continue this lock down that Jesus has got you.  

We are still here and only a call away should need anything.

Bless you.

Ian 

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Monthly News from Kingsland

12 November 2020

Hiya Web Hiya, 

so here’s a monthly update from Kingsland. We are saddened that our building is mainly closed at the moment – just a few of the groups are able to meet as exceptions to the lockdown, and of course the cafe is closed and services are online – we’ve started daily ones too – 1/4 hr, all the details on our virtual;l church page

Here’s something positive, we are hiring!  We are looking for a couple of wonderful people to take on a couple of major roles in the church, one to take on the comms, and one to build on the great work Davy has done with the youth and children. Please see the ad below (pdf and png) and please help by forwarding it to anyone you think may be suitable. I’m very happy to have an informal chat with anyone interested

In more good news… we completed on the purchase of the whole site here on Friday!  and the work is cracking on in the new Aldi site near Sainsbury’s, so we are expecting Aldi to move out next year….

It certainly feels strange just now: Lockdown but not as we knew it. Disappointed that the centre is rarely open, that we are only able to meet online but I have to say I really appreciate Sundays, the online fellowship and the teams that are making things happen here

I hope you get a chance to read the brilliant Kingsland around the World newsletter – ive attached it with news of what some of our missionary people are up to

Neil

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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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