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Our traditions play an important part in leaving emotional footprints in the lives of our family. The familiarity of traditions bring us comfort and warmth, they bond us with others, and give us an opportunity to relive the joyful memories of the past. In our busy days, they bring a sense of calm and relief. We invite you to join us as we relive the joy of past memories and make new ones with new friends and loved ones. -Pastor

Join Us on Zoom @ 16:00 hrs!  Click Here for Our Zoom Service Meeting ID: 890 8270 2153 Passcode: 801054 14 February  2021 Scripture: John 13:34-35; 1 John 3:11-20 Sermon: The High Cost of Love Pastor John Snyder, preaching Tuesday, 16 February 2021 Prayer and Bible Study Group led by Will Powell Click Here for Bible Study Meeting ID: 571 714 898 Passcode: biea0n __________________ Quote of the Week: Love anything and your heart will be wrung and possibly broken. If you want to make sure of keeping it intact you must give it to no one,

by Brian Rogers For many of us, the stress of the pandemic has exposed deep-seated fears, sin, and failure in our personal lives. The list can be oppressive: fear of death, fear for our children, fear of financial ruin, fear of personal disaster, etc. What can be done about these fears? What can we do with anxiety, guilt, shame? Let us explore finding grace and freedom through the Friend of Sinners. Father, we ask for your Spirit.  Please speak to our hearts

by Alastair Hayward, Guest Preacher Who will win? I guess it depends on the context. Will Bayern win the Champions League this year? Will Liverpool win the Premiership for the first time in thirty years? Will the Cubs win the World Series? Will Donald Trump beat Joe Biden? Will the coronavirus win or will we defeat it in the end? These verses at the beginning of the book of Acts tell us that in the end Jesus wins and is the supreme

Sunday, 24 May Worship @ 16:00 hrs on YouTube Sermon: The Blunt Truth Scripture verses: John 8:31-32; 14:5-7; Romans 12:1-2 Pastor John Snyder, preaching SF Sunday Virtual Worship Service on YouTube YouTube Live Link: : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJWldAjIzgBrYebB10RukTg/live Subscribe to the SF YouTube Channel! Hit the subscribe button at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJWldAjIzgBrYebB10RukTg Starnberg Fellowship Zoom Meetup - Sunday Join Zoom Meeting https://zoom.us/j/981145966?pwd=S2lvV3VFNEhEVGxadkdvT1lPa0FBZz09 Meeting ID: 981 145 966 Password: 089896 A time to connect with each other after worship. Back to the Church! Homecoming Sunday, 31 May …not neglecting to meet together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another… Worship @ 16:00

By Martin Wiles Scripture Reference: Exodus 20:1-21 Memory Verse: Jesus answered him, “If anyone loves me, he will keep my word, and my Father will love him, and we will come to him and make our home with him." John 14:23 Objective: Children will learn about the Ten Commandments God gave to his people long ago through Moses. In this study, children will learn about various people and stories from the Old Testament that teach us how we can always trust God to do what

Worship @ 16:00 hrs on YouTube Sermon: All Shook Up Scripture verses: Acts 10:1-6; 9-29; 34-38; 44-48 Mike Page, preaching SF Sunday Virtual Worship Service on YouTube YouTube Live Link: : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJWldAjIzgBrYebB10RukTg/live Subscribe to the SF YouTube Channel! Hit the subscribe button at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJWldAjIzgBrYebB10RukTg Starnberg Fellowship Zoom Meetup - Sunday Join Zoom Meeting https://zoom.us/j/981145966?pwd=S2lvV3VFNEhEVGxadkdvT1lPa0FBZz09 Meeting ID: 981 145 966 Password: 089896 A time to connect with each other after worship. Starnberg Fellowship Prayer & Bible Study - Tuesdays @ 19:30 hrs! This is the confidence we have in approaching God: that if we ask anything according to

by Will Powell, Guest Author I’m not sure if any of you have seen the film Kingsman? My son was excited to watch it as a family as our foray into Netflix life under lockdown. For those who haven't seen it, it is a film about a stereotypical “chav” (drop-out) called Eggsy, who hits rock bottom after stealing a car. Finally, he phones a number on a medal. Suddenly, he’s released from prison to be met by Harry Hart. Harry, whose

By Mike Page It’s not easy being Caesar you know, an emperor. Even if I wanted to be the good guy, there are still taxes to be brought in—the empire doesn’t run itself. And unfortunately, like the saying goes, you can’t make an omelette without breaking a few eggs! I hate having to threaten people to get the taxes in. Wouldn’t it be great if I just asked and people cheerfully gave? But no! You have to threaten to break a

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