Lockdown Live Stream
Pastor Julian Richards
The Seed Church is a large part of my life, daily, weekly and I can’t imagine a life without Church
Life without God just isn’t imaginable.
My church, The Seed, have recently moved to a new home, The Churchill Memorial Hall, Ladymead Lane, Churchill BS25 5NH
The community, warmth, friendships and bonds created within the group has been life changing.
Prayer - Community - Charity - Love
The Seed isn't just any normal church where you listen to someone preaching and you're expected to put your hand in pocket to fund for the roof repairs. The Seed is so much more than even I expected, each person who meets weekly says the same. The warmth, the friendships, the understanding about just who I am, who we are, our mission to embrace Christianity and to serve the Lord in any way that seems necessary.
We meet on Sunday at around 10am to set up and coffee and biscuits. Start service at 10:30 with our Pastor Julian Richards.... Very relaxed and interactive, usually finish at around 11:45 and refreshments and socialise. (currently Live Stream)
We have a Tuesday evening Housegroup at 7:30pm (currently this is a Zoom Meeting)
Please contact me for details
Pray for Someone.......pray for someones health, wellbeing, pray for a better outcome or visit your local church to speak out, share something, be heard, share your feelings with those that do the same for we are all equal and shall embrace lifes challenges. The next time you're in Somerset, you should arrange to visit one of our church gathering days. We meet on a weekly basis and usually twice a week. At the church meeting we have music, talks, readings and any good excuse for some cake and biscuits.
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