Saturday 24th February commemorates two years of the renewed Russian / Ukraine conflict. With Ukrainians across the UK staging various events.
Sussex charity Computers for Charities is pleased to support the Association of Ukrainian Refugees Great Britain – Eastbourne Branch by providing a meeting place for the organisation and also there its vigil being held in Eastbourne Saturday 24th February.
The association of Ukrainian Refugees Great Britain was formed in 1946, following the end of World War II, to offer support and sanctuary for those displaced by German & Russian occupying forces during that period and since.
The association support branches across the UK, who also will be staging local events including awareness of this ongoing situation and trust the remarkable support from local people will remain.
Book your seat for the 7.30pm Good Friday presentation of The Passion at St John’s Church in Meads, Eastbourne.
Keyboard player, singer and composer Adrian Snell will be at St John’s Church on Good Friday, 29 March, to present The Passion, which was originally recorded with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and premièred on BBC Radio One. This presentation of the Easter narative takes place in the main church building and includes a full band and singers. Click here to book tickets
Adrian is known for his conceptual albums such as The Passion, Alpha and Omega, Fierce Love, Song of an Exile, City of Peace, and most recently his trilogy Kintsugi, the Art of Precious Scars. He is heralded as a groundbreaking musician for his merging of styles and ability to transcend preconceived boundaries and audiences.
At the turn of the century he decided to train as a music therapist. He now practises as a Music Therapist and Arts Therapy Consultant in a variety of places in and around Bath, his home town. In November 2020, Sacristy Press published his biographical book Fierce Love, Music Leads a Lost Child Home, which has been received with overwhelmingly positive reviews. It chronicles the story of his life and music, including the genesis and further journey of The Passion.
Find out more about Adrian at www.adrian-snell.com
PARCHE (the Church in Care Homes) needs a volunteer Treasurer as soon as possible. This is not a time consuming position as our annual income is below £10,000 and takes an average of 1 hour per week over a year. The position would require :
a knowledge of basic accounting.
attend Trustee meetings 4 times a year and present accounts.
Advise Trustees re budgeting.
Liaise with Office Manager and a willingness to learn about Payroll and Bookkeeping.
Please contact our Office Manager if you can help us!
Merrifield was a local Christian Charity which has now closed. They are having an Open Morning on Saturday 24th February at 12 Ratton Road, Eastbourne, BN21 2LS. There will be a variety of Christian books and dvds available for people to have for free. Also included are general crockery and household items etc. Look forward to seeing you there.
Yiou can get your ticket via https://allsaintseb.churchsuite.com/events/syly4jf2
The Civic Prayer Breakfast is an annual event which connects the Eastbourne Church with key figures in the civic world of the town. It will be of interest to church leaders, Christian agencies and believers whose vocation involves work in the civic sector of local life. Those with a passion for prayer for the town will also find it helpful. Event ticket information can be found at the link below. The cost of the breakfast also includes a small amount to help pay for the administration of the event and an honarium to our speaker.
Church leaders can obtain a special discount rate
Full English Breakfast £15
Continental Breakfast £12
Feel free to adjust cost accordingly when you make payment.
Eastbourne Civic Prayer Breakfast
To be held in:
The Floral Hall
Winter Garden, Compton Street
Eastbourne BN21 4BP
in the presence of
The Mayor Cllr. Candy Vaughan
on Friday 22nd March 2024
7.45am for 8am until 9.45am
Welcome to Eastbourne Civic Prayer Breakfast 2024
There has been a National Prayer Breakfast in the Houses of Parliament for some years involving those in positions of leadership, and from this has grown a network of Breakfasts across the nation. The Eastbourne Breakfast grew out of the East Sussex Breakfast in the year 2000.
The Breakfast invites leaders from all walks of life in our town to meet, network, and hear how the Christian Faith can enrich our communities.
A welcome from the Chair and a greeting from the
Mayor Cllr. Candy Vaughan
A brief time of led prayer
The Speaker: Glen Scrivener
The fruit of righteousness will be peace.
The effect of righteousness will be
quietness and confidence for ever.
Glen Scrivener is an award winning author and filmmaker who speaks around the world about the intersection of faith and culture. Originally from Australia, Glen has lived in the UK for more than half his life. He was educated at Oxford and is now ordained in the Church of England. He was curate at All Soul’s Church, Eastbourne, where he and his family still worship.
Since 2010, Glen has been a speaker and mission thinker at Speak Life, an Eastbourne based Christian charity. In August 2014, he became Director. He has written 9 books including 321: The Story of God, the World and You and The Air We Breathe: How We All Came to Believe In Freedom, Kindness, Progress and Equality.
Glen is passionate about people discovering Jesus and equipping Christians to live out and also share their faith. He’s often found speaking at Churches and Universities, producing online media in the studio, or in his office, writing books and other media material. Glen is married to Emma, and they have a daughter, Ruby, and a son, JJ.
(Park in College Road or nearby and enter through the College Road Car Park to access the Floral Hall in the Winter Garden)
But seek the welfare of the city…,
and pray to the LORD on its behalf,
for in its welfare you will find your welfare
A new gospel community in Sovereign Harbour is lauched on Sunday 21st January. The launch service starts at 10am. The church plant is in partnership with Kings Church Hampden Park and will be called Grace Community Church. Carl and Chrissie will be leading the church plant with a growing team of leaders. The vision is to glorify Jesus as we make disciples, build and transform community and live on mission.
We pray that God will unite us together as we become a new community of God’s grace, where people encounter the love of God, the saving power of Jesus and his gospel, and whole life transformation through the Holy Spirit, here on the harbour and the wider area.
We value the prayers of the wider Christian community as we step into this new venture.
Team Leader Grace Community Church