The service will last about an hour and will include praise and worship, prayer and a celebration of what the Lord has done through Open Heaven. The service will be broadcast on the Open Heaven Coventry YouTube channel which you can access and subscribe to by clicking here:
We have also been involved as a Church praying for the area of Whoberley and Allesley Park during the month of June. The following clip is a summary of some prayers during the prayer walk around Whoberley and Allesley Park, undertaken by Allesley Park Evangelical Church during the month of June 2020, as part of the city wide Open Heaven initiative.
The Elders and Trustees have held their first discussion on the Government guidance on the safe use of places of worship, that was released earlier this week. We would very much value your prayers for wisdom in making the correct decisions in seeking to make the return as safe as possible. We are currently undertaking a risk assessment and some of the challenges we are facing is looking at limiting capacity to maintain social distancing, a potential booking system, an one way in and out system including queuing and no singing, all of which is different to what we have done before. For now we will continue to meet on Zoom and operating the Foodbank as we have been doing throughout the lockdown. We will continue to share any updates with you. We welcome any thoughts or comments and please contact any of the Elders or Trustees (or email firstname.lastname@example.org). Thank you for your prayers. Our God is in control.
The service will last about an hour and will include praise and worship, prayer and a celebration of what the Lord has done through Open Heaven. The service will be broadcast on the Open Heaven Coventry YouTube channel which you can access and subscribe to by clicking here: https://bit.ly/2YdokDT
The Elders would appreciate you taking the time to complete a short questionnaire. The results of this survey will help us to engage in prayerful discussion about the effects of the coronavirus lockdown and how God wants us to move forward as a Church.
Paul and his incredible puppets can be seen in schools and churches around the Black Country, in the UK. Paul brings Bible Stories to life and presents an engaging thought for the day, whether you are 3 or 93. These videos can be used in School Assemblies, Collective Worship, Sunday School or Children’s Clubs … etc.. In this video Paul introduces everyone to Twist, who is feeling very different. Then Paul talk about the Disciples of Jesus who were also different to each other. God welcomes us all no matter of our differences. You can read the list of disciples for yourself in the Bible, the book of Mark Chapter 3 vs 13-15. How do you welcome the people who are different to you? More Twist video here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLaF… For more puppet fun check out twistonline.co.uk
The Government has changed its advice to allow churches and other religious buildings to open for individual prayer from Saturday June 13. We do not have any plans to re-open for individual prayer at present. We understand the vital need for prayer at this time and have found that our people have been praying no less because they have not had a building in which to pray. Our outreach, ministry and church has been happening in new and exciting ways and will continue to do so.