April at Salford Elim

Theology Thursdays

We have one final Theology Thursday in April – on 6 April at 7.30pm in the church.

We will be looking at the ministry of deliverance in Mark’s gospel.

We are experimenting with streaming them on Facebook on the Beyond Sundayy group. This is the closed group that only people in the church can access. If you can’t get to church on Thursday – do try and watch it at home. And be patient with Neil’s technological limitations!

You should be able to watch the previous ones there as well.

Easter

We will be meeting together on Good Friday at 10.30 (14th April). Natalie will be preaching that day – her first time with us.

We are then joining forces again with the Friends of Lightoaks Park. We are organising an event in the park on Saturday 15th April. It’s going to be a great afternoon, with lots of entertainment.

Please come and join us as we bring the Easter story alive. Also as Rob has mentioned in church, we are asking for donations of Easter eggs – not the huge expensive variety, but the cheaper £1 variety. Could you please pass any eggs to Rob McGibbon? That would beamazing!

And then on Easter Sunday we will celebrate as usual – who would you want to be in church with you that day? Invite them along.

Jam Day – Saturday April 29th, 2-5pm @ church

Do you sing or play an instrument and would one day like to play in the church band? Perhaps you are not that confident yet but would relish the opportunity to have a jam with other musicians?

Well, here’s your chance!

This relaxed session is open to all ages and ability levels but you need to let Ian know if you are interested so he can plan how best to cater for the group.

Alpha

Thank you to everyone who has prayed for Alpha. It has been an amazing start, with lots of great discussion. Please continue to pray as they meet on a Monday night. Let all who hear the good news, believe!

Gospel Of Mark

We hope you’re enjoying getting to grips with Mark’s gospel on Sundays.

If you want to read along with the sermons, you might find the following books helpful: