Sunday - St Andrews 10 am - Traditional
5 pm - Contemporary
Sunday - St John's Mayfield 8:30 am - Traditional
University Students - Free Lunch
Every Tuedsay during semester time in the church hall below the church 12:00 to 1:15 pm
The Voyage That Shook the World is a documentary made to coincide with the 200th anniversary of Charles Darwin's birth. It was intended to be a thoughtful exploration, a crossover product to seek to influence the “mainstream” to ”think again” about Darwin. Film critic Dr. Ted Baehr said “Not a hatchet job or propaganda piece, it presents Darwin’s story through the eyes of professors and others who admire the man. … presents his humanist, anti-Christian views with dignity and respect, but in the process reveals the flaws, confusion and falsehoods of his theories.”
Fri 15-Mar-2018, doors open 6:30 pm, film starts 7:00 pm
In St Andrew's hall below the church.
Free entry and refreshements (coffee, tea and cakes).
It's a Wonderful Life is a "1946 American Christmas fantasy ... The film is one of the most beloved in American cinema, and has become traditional viewing during the Christmas season. The film stars James Stewart as George Bailey, a man who has given up his dreams in order to help others, and whose imminent suicide on Christmas Eve brings about the intervention of his guardian angel, Clarence Odbody (Henry Travers). Clarence shows George all the lives he has touched, and how different life in his community of Bedford Falls would be if he had never been born. Despite performing poorly at the box office due to stiff competition at the time of its release, the film has become a classic and is a staple of Christmas television around the world." (Wikipedia).
Sat 30-Mar-2018, doors open 6:30 pm, film starts 7:00 pm
at St Johns Presbyterian Church
Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things.
Phil 4:8 (NIV)