"This is the day the LORD has made;
let us rejoice and be glad in it."
Psalm 118:24

Life has more meaning when God is part of it.

We meet together in Central St Albans to share our experiences of God and see how that works out in our own lives.

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Church News

Job Vacancy: Part-Time Youth and Children’s Worker

We are looking for someone to join our team to share in our work with the young people in our church, with particular focus on the 7-14 age group. This is a paid part-time role and we expect to employ someone for a minimum of 10 hours/week. We anticipate that as the work develops, longer hours could be appropriate. Salary will up to £18,200 p.a. pro rata (based on 35 hours pw).

We would also consider appointing a candidate who is applying to train for a degree in Youth and Community Work

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Community Choir

Do you enjoy singing?  Then you would be very welcome to our new Community Choir.

Open to all, with no voice tests, and no previous experience necessary.  We meet weekly on Mondays at 11am for about an hour to have fun making music together.  We would love you to join us.

Women’s World Day of Prayer 7th March 2014

Streams in the Desert

2.30pm
 
Christian women in Egypt invite us to share in worship together while learning more about their lives and faith.

Coming Up

Sunday Morning Worship

Sunday mornings at 10:30am


Sunday Evening Worship

Sunday evenings at 6.30pm

Thought for the Month

God loves dinosaurs

When I was a boy a lot of friends used to like going to the Science Museum in London because there were things you could do. There were knobs you could press and wheels you could turn that made things happen. There were machines, there were trains, there were even rockets that went up into space. Me, I was less interested in the Science Museum than with another of the museums – the Natural History Museum.

One of the main attractions of the Natural History Museum was that there were animals

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