We may feel it’s too late for something to happen, or that things have happened too soon for us.
But God holds our future, holds our past, and holds us today. We need to learn to put our time in His hands.
The good news of Christmas was for people who felt undervalued, overlooked and not particularly significant.
News that a saviour is born, change is here and that everything can be different.
It still is…
Jesus came for everyone who feels forgotten, everyone who feels on the outside of society, for those who worry that they’re not good enough for God.
God doesn’t love us because of anything we’ve done. He loves us because of His lavish grace.
Luke’s telling of the birth of Jesus reminds us that God acted at a real time in history, in a real place, with real people. If we pause from our busyness, we might just be amazed again at the one who comes close to us.
We’d love for you to join us at one of our free events at Salford Elim Church this Christmas, as we celebrate the birth of Jesus.
We’d love for you to join us at Salford Elim Church this Christmas, as we celebrate the birth of Jesus, and we’ve got something for everyone…
The Vine Cafe will be closed for a few days over the Christmas holidays. Our last day open before Christmas will be Fri 23 Dec, reopening Tue 3 Jan.
Opening times for The Vine Cafe over the Christmas holidays.
Experience the Christmas story come to life. Interact with the characters – ask them questions, get answers, and find out more about the Christmas story.
As we all prepare for Christmas this December, we’d love share responses to this question from the wide variety of people we have in our church.
As we approach Christmas Day, we pull the lens back a little bit on the Christmas story, and ask the question, “What sort of God does this sort of thing?”
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