Being church when we can't meet at church
Whilst we are unable to meet together in our church building, we want to continue to offer spiritual support to folk through the ministry of BRBC. We will be recording a brief weekly service of worship that will be available here.
We would encourage everyone to ‘tune in’ at 10.30 on Sunday morning or 6.30 on Sunday evening, so that we still get a sense of being part of a worshipping community, even if we are in our own homes. If you know of anyone who is anyone is not able to access the services on-line, please let us know and we'll add them to our list to deliver an audio CD.
We shall also seek to regularly post reflections, readings, prayers, messages, etc. on our Facebook page @BRBCHorsham so please like our page and follow us there. We want to find good ways to encourage and support one another in these days ahead and we welcome your interaction.
We will continue to email a slimmed down version of the weekly bulletin to those who have signed up to receive it. The most recent version is here and if you wish to receive this by e-mail but have not yet signed up to, church members can sign up here, or please email the office.
The most recent version of the Prayer Diary is available here and Mission Lines (news of those we support working abroad) here. Church members can use the link above to receive a notification when new versions are posted or you can e-mail the office.
It's been encouraging to see how people at BRBC are really supporting each other through this time. So that we can make sure that everyone who is in need of contact and support is pincluded, please let us know, if you haven't already, who you are contacting and supporting and if you would like support, whether it's a phone call for a chat or someone to help with shopping, please let us know.
You can still call the office (01403 211150) on weekdays between 9.30am and 4.30pm or e -mail us at email@example.com and we will do our best to support anyone who needs help.
The good news is that God doesn’t do social distancing. At a time when we are all encouraged to keep each other at more than arms’ length, it is good to know that God’s presence is at our side wherever we go, whatever we do.
A message from Tim and Sue Carter
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