Pastor Shayla Merivale arrives at WBC

Pastor Shayla MerivaleAfter multiple meetings, services, much prayer and thought, Shayla Merivale accepted the call to the pastorate here at WBC. She started on 1st September and is already settling in to the job.

The start of this new chapter in the life of the fellowship is also accompanied by the purchase of our new manse. Shayla is already settling in and finding her way around town. She has started creating a ground floor office in the Church hall in Mill Street.

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Shayla Merivale

Shayla returns to preach on Isaiah 58.

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Still in Mark 1

Sue Morse continues in Mark chapter 1.

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Malcolm Bonington – The Sea of Galilee

Malcolm continues in Mark’s gospel with the calling of the disciples around the sea of Galilee.

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Derek Mills continues Mark’s Gospel

This week we welcomed Derek Mills to continue the messages based in Mark’s gospel. This week – The Day of The Lord.

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Shayla Merivale

Shayla continues in Marks gospel. Apologies for the audio quality.

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Start of Mark

The first of a series of messages looking through the Gospel of Mark. To start an introduction by Sue Morse.

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Listening Ear

The cake stand at Listening Ear

The cake stand at Listening Ear

Listening Ear is well under way for 2013. Why not come and join us at our next meeting. Enjoy the relaxed atmosphere, the chat and the cakes. Click here for details.

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The Chadwells

Go to our missionary page to see the latest news from the Chadwells in Nepal. Seems like someone was having a crazy hair day.

Lucy's crazy hair.

Lucy's crazy hair.

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First Glance

How many times have we walked up the church path? Over many years we have walked this path, and so often we take for granted what we see (or sometimes don’t see). Take for example our front garden areas. Next time you arrive at WBC pause for a moment at the gates and take in the natural beauty of the flowers that grow there. Pause by the kitchen door and look at that sculpted shrub. It’s almost like our own burning bush.

Then, just befThe garden area by the church entranceore you open the door to the church pause and look at the garden on the left. We should be very grateful to those who take the time to care for our grounds. Arthur and Nancy have excelled themselves with the current arrangement. Lovely grasses and plants planned to bring pleasure to all who visit WBC.

At the moment we have small plants with varying shades of green. But if we watch with patience I am sure that we will see small (maybe large explosioGarden area to the left of the church entrance.ns of colour to brighten our worship days. Lets all watch the progress and give God thanks for the beauty of the plants we have access to. A big thanks also to Barry and Ian who have both worked very hard to keep our buildings up together. The prayer room didn’t magically appear. We are so grateful for all their hard work and support.

Oh! Before I forget, the plants tied to the canes are not runner beans, contrary to popular opinion. If you want to know speak very nicely to Arthur and Nancy. Maybe we should have a competition to gues the name of this mysterious plant. Use the comment section below to give us your thoughts on this one.

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