In light of the current guidelines issued by the government and by The Methodist Church regarding the impact of Covid-19 we have taken the decision not to gather in REfUSE on a Sunday evening until further notice. We believe that this decision is the best way in which we can fulfil the command to 'Love God and love our neighbour', by being part of the global move to limit the spread of the virus and protect the most vulnerable in our communities. Situations like the one we are facing bring home the importance of community and the need 'love one another' in practical ways. If there is anyone who needs support or help please get in touch.
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A solid foundation
October 19, 2019
Jesus tells a story about two builders. One builder digs down and builds his house on the bedrock. When the floods came the house withstood the floods. The other builder builds his house on the dry clay typical in the area and when the floods come and the clay is washed away the house collapses. What is the bedrock on which our lives are to be built? Jesus says it is hearing and doing his word. When we hear the words of Jesus and apply them to our lives then our lives have a solid foundation that will see us through the flood and the storm, even through death itself. (Luke 6:46-49)
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