Restore, O Lord
There are community and social events to invite others to; times of gathering for fellowship across our four churches, and suggestions for discipline to keep us on the straight and narrow for our Lenten walk, until we celebrate the Risen Christ at Easter.
God wants us to be restored in Christ.
By following one of these paths in a dedicated way, we will find out what being restored in Christ looks like for each of us.
Reverend Canon Mark Brown.
A prayer for our physical, spiritual and mental health
Almighty God, who wonderfully created us in your own image, and yet more wonderfully restored us through your Son Jesus Christ: grant that, as he came to share in our humanity, so we may share the life of his divinity; who died and rose again that we might truly live
We are all whole beings, and each part needs to be restored:
Please choose from one of these areas (click the blue words for more details), and by God’s grace and each other’s encouragement, stick to one each day of Lent.
Restoration through Christ.