Dave Hopwood

The writer of Psalm 46 paints a picture of the earth collapsing, the very mountains themselves trembling and falling into the sea. The sea often represented danger and trouble to the biblical writers, which is why it’s so remarkable when Jesus calms the storm, and when he walks on water: unafraid of its danger, and is able to bring order in the fear and chaos. Which points us back to Psalm 46. It begins with the assurance that God is our refuge in the storms and the shaking. Present with us at all times.

Dave will take us through some stories and thoughts around this theme, God with us at all times, in the calm and the storms.

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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