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Corporate Storytelling

A double reason for this post – first a new presentation tool that shows Powerpoint (and its imitators) up for being the stuck-in-the-mud creativity-squisher it really is. It’s called Prezi and I’m aching to preach using it… hmmm…

In the meantime, though, their showcase of presentations includes this take on […]

By |September 10th, 2010|Vicar's Blog|2 Comments|

When you're already in

Seth Godin again (can’t help myself – just so much good stuff there), this time with a post called How big is your red zone?

Does this snippet (worth reading the rest, as ever) remind you of anything?
The first [pink part of the graph] shows how much joy someone gets […]

By |August 15th, 2010|Vicar's Blog|2 Comments|

The Church is… All of God's people

Richard continued out series ‘The Church is…’ looking at the theme of ‘All God’s People’ (Eph 2:11 – 22)

By |July 20th, 2010|Sermons|0 Comments|

The Church is… a light in a dark world (am)

Charles continued our series on “The Church is..” looking at ‘a light in a dark world’.

By |July 13th, 2010|Sermons|0 Comments|

The Church is… the family of God (am)

Richard continued our series on “The Church is..” looking at ‘the family of God’.

By |July 8th, 2010|Sermons|0 Comments|

The Church is… the body of Christ (am)

Richard continued our new series on “The Church is..” looking at ‘the body of Christ’.

By |June 30th, 2010|Sermons|0 Comments|

The Church is… the baptised (pm)

Richard began a new series of sermons looking at the question of “who is the church and what is it for?” This sermon is from the afternoon service and looks at ‘the baptised’. The sermon from the morning service has also been posted.

By |June 26th, 2010|Sermons|0 Comments|

The Church is… the baptised (am)

Richard began a new series of sermons looking at the question of “who is the church and what is it for?” This first sermon from the morning service looks at ‘the baptised’. The sermon from the afternoon service has also been posted.

By |June 26th, 2010|Sermons|0 Comments|