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Suffering: Resilience, Resistance and Restoration

The Christians that Peter wrote to were beginning to face the social stigma of being known as Jesus followers.

They are helped to see how to build resilience and how to resist the pressures they were facing, but also how the promise of God’s restoration could change everything.

These 3 Rs are still the way we can navigate the tough periods of our lives.

We Are Called To Be A People Of Praise

We are called to declare God’s goodness – in the darkness.

What You Need To Know (October 2023)

Some details of things that are happening over the next few weeks and months at Salford Elim Church, as well as some other useful information.

We Are A Holy Nation

Holiness is designed to be lived out in the mess of normal relationships, not least our lives at home.

We Are A Royal Priesthood

What did priests do?

What does it mean to be a priest for our families, our friends and colleagues?

We Are Chosen

What did God choose us to do?

What does it mean to be a faithful presence in situations that are difficult?

Born Again To Live Again

Peter paints a rich picture of all that God has done for us, so that we can live consistently in all our different situations in life.

We are born again to live again…

What You Need To Know (September 2023)

Some details of things that are happening over the next few weeks and months at Salford Elim Church, as well as some other useful information.

Stay curious. Try Alpha.

We believe that everyone should have the chance to explore faith, ask questions, and share their point of view. Alpha is a series of weekly sessions exploring the Christian faith where you can explore the big questions of life and faith in a friendly and non-judgemental atmosphere, discussing questions like ‘Is there more to life…
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Love Makes Sense Of Differences

Paul’s extended reflection on why love is so central to the life of a church gives us a sense of what the church can offer a divided world.

We can be part of the answer, rather than adding to the problem.

We Have Different Weaknesses

How do we care for one another so that all our weaknesses are covered?

We Should Be Different

The early church had to navigate all the challenges of being small communities who came from different backgrounds.

What were these differences and how did they manage the tensions and turn them to strengths?