Overflow morning conference

Updated: Nov 11, 2019

We're looking forward to host another extended time of worship, teaching & ministry, in the power of the Holy Spirit, here at St Peters, Hextable. You're invited to come and bring others with you:- Saturday 16th November. At our last Saturday morning special we explored God's presence, and this time we'll focus in on revival and our pursuit of God's heart!

Many of us have heard stories of revival throughout history. What could revival look like in our time, and how would revival breaking out impact our lives, churches, region and beyond? Come and join us as we explore this theme in worship, teaching and ministry, from 9am till 12noon latest, on Saturday 16th November. Refreshments from 0845 onwards...

RSVP to vicarjohnny@gmail.com so we know how much cake to make!

  • Sooner still is our next monthly Overflow gathering: Sunday 3rd November & we're really looking forward to welcoming Paul Harcourt, Vicar at All Saints Woodford Wells, & National New Wine Leader, 8pm at St Peters, Hextable, BR8 7RH.

  • And lastly a new pop-up extended worship gathering is planned for Monday 11th November, at 7:30pm till 9pm at St Pauls, Swanley Village, School Lane, through the entrance to St Pauls school, at BR8 7PJ. Together for an evening devoted solely to worship. There will be no agenda other than to respond to God’s worth in singing, in quiet & seeking after His heart in a stripped back acoustic setting. Join us then too...

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