“And people who do not know the Lord ask why in the world we waste our lives as missionaries. They forget that they too are expending their lives… and when the bubble has burst they will have nothing of eternal significance to show for the years they have wasted.” ~ Nate Saint In honor ofContinue reading “A wasted life”
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Thanksgiving on Norfolk Island
Since the 1890’s the community of Norfolk Island have been decorating All Saints Kingston and celebrating Thanksgiving together. The Pilgrims, following their first harvest in the New World in 1621, hosted the very first Thanksgiving; a celebration feast offering thanks to God for his bountiful provision, protection and care over them in the New World. The firstContinue reading “Thanksgiving on Norfolk Island”
Questions for reflection…
Here are some terrific questions for reflection / your time with the Lord this week. How real has God been to your heart this week? How clear and vivid is your assurance and certainty of God’s forgiveness and fatherly love? To what degree is that real to you right now? Are you having any particularContinue reading “Questions for reflection…”
Lest I forget Gethsemane
we nawa gwen forget dem ANZAC Day 2015 marked 100 years since the first major military action fought by Australian and New Zealand forces during the First World War. Norfolk Island’s own contribution to both world wars was, per capita, the largest in the Commonwealth, which is proudly remembered by all islanders. This year the dawn service was held,Continue reading “Lest I forget Gethsemane”
UNIT Youth is almost here!
Next Friday night at the Parish Centre, the combined churches of Norfolk Island launch a new High School youth ministry called UNIT Youth. UNIT Youth is a new initiative designed to provide excellent and intentional ministry to our young people – it’s an exciting program specifically designed for teenagers, where they can gather with otherContinue reading “UNIT Youth is almost here!”
The most central image for church goes right to the heart of our identity, it’s that we are family; brothers and sisters in Christ; sharing the one heavenly Father. In his book The Four Loves, CS Lewis shares a beautiful meditation on his friends [Charles Williams] death in an essay entitled ‘Friendship.’ In each of my friends thereContinue reading “Friendship”
Norfolk Island Church of England | Love Jesus | Love Each Other | Love Norfolk Island
Our prayer is that God is shaping us into a community of disciples who: Love Jesus (1 John 4:10) Love Each Other (1 John 3:16) Love Norfolk Island (John 3:16) We’d love for you to pray with us!