If you missed the photo-exhibition of “The Stations,”
which highlighted some of the experiences of refugees journeying across the Middle East and Europe, check out “The Stations” website. The photographer has captured some of the emotions and deep challenges of their journey, and helps us see how God empathises with them and each of us in the hard things of life, as Jesus journeyed to the Cross and ultimately dealt with all our inhumanity to one another.
The Children and Family activity mornings studied the journey of the Bible character Joseph, who also was forced to leave his family and home country. God traveled with him, and helped Joseph become a key leader in his adopted country.
Plenty for us to reflect on as we take our summer breaks!
Re-growing from firm foundations ….
Highgate International Church is in the process of developing its ministry team …… ideally involving everyone who comes to the church! Our ethos of church is that the ministry that goes on within and flows out from a local church is led and carried out by members with a heart to serve, and is a blend of those in employment, students and retirees as well as ministry interns and supported church workers.
We are a small church (20-30 people) from many nations – with a big vision for what God can do in reaching the nations of the world through the people who come to live in this part of London. As well as the activities you might expect in a local church, we will be developing a missions and training centre, so this is a great opportunity to grow as a disciple of Jesus through hands-on service with other people who are keen to welcome and work with one another – with all our differences.
The church has quite a history (click HERE for more details) and we believe we are now on the threshold of a new phase in our development in partnership with various mission and church support groups such as GLO, Counties and Partnership.
Interested – or want to find out more? Contact us HERE
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