After the success of last year and by popular request Come ✝ See is back
Thu 4th April – Finding Peace in Life’s Turmoils
2.30pm at Pewsey Methodist Church, North Street, Pewsey SN9 5ES
Rachel Wright, whose son was born with complex disabilities, will talk about finding God in brokenness and life’s turmoils.
Thu 4th April – Shattered Lives – Where is God now?
7.30pm at Easton Royal Village Hall, Easton Royal, Pewsey SN9 5LS
Rachel is an author, nurse and mum living in Essex with her GP husband and three wonderful sons. For a long-time life was going to plan, but changed in an instant on the day her eldest son was born with complex disabilities. “More than ever, I’m convinced that being broken isn’t a problem, it’s what we do with the pieces that count.”
Fri 12th April – Rough Justice
7pm at Burbage Village Hall, 60 Eastcourt Rd, Burbage, Marlborough SN8 3AJ
Sir Jeremy Cooke, a retired High Court judge will talk about his faith and life in the law as well as finding the truth of the resurrection of Jesus having investigated it with all his legal skills.
There will be three Cinema evenings on Monday evenings.
On Wednesday evenings Gerald Osborne will be taking us through the Gospel of St Mark, sharing his passion for this pacey and thrilling gospel and what he has learned through studying, memorising and performing it.
There is also an opportunity to hear Colin Heber-Percy giving the Marlborough Lent talks on ‘God of the Gaps’. He will also be using Mark’s Gospel to explore this on Wednesday evenings.
For full details see www.comeandyouwillsee.com and please encourage your neighbours, friends or fellow members of your church to sign up to be kept informed about all these events and more.