Adrian & Bridget Plass

The News. Daily we face sensational click bait headlines presumably designed to lure us in and make us gasp with envy, horror and awe, potentially feeding a sense of smug superiority or abject failure. Which headlines get God and the angels excited as they munch their breakfast ambrosia? One sinner saved? A woman putting two copper coins in the temple collection? A tiny unseen compassionate gesture offered today literally anywhere in the world? Jesus said we should store up treasure in heaven.

This weekend we will be asking how we can resist being sucked into the negative values of our world, and develop instead an awareness of the currency of kindness and generosity that is so highly valued and joyfully celebrated in heaven.

If you would like to attend, but the cost of the ticket is a difficulty for you, then contact Phil in confidence about a bursary to help with the cost.

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