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Archive for February, 2021

Favouritism-Free Zone

Favouritism-Free Zone – James chapter 2 verses 1-9 – Sermon by Gordon Curley

(PowerPoint slides to accompany this talk are available on request – email: gcurley@gcurley.info)


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New Farm Chapel

New Farm Chapel, Alresford. An Independent Christian Fellowship.

AM: ‘Live’ in the building @ 10.30am
PM: Zoom @ 4.30pm. Message me for a link to join us.

Alresford (pronounced Allsford) is a beautiful Georgian Town which for many centuries was a prosperous wool town. Old Alresford is mentioned in the Domesday Book but the present town of New Alresford did not come into existence much before 1200 at the time when the Great Weir was being built to create Old Alresford Pond as a fish pond for the Bishop’s Palace at Bishop’s Sutton and a reservoir for the mills along the Itchen.
The colour-washed Georgian houses you see today rose from the ashes of great fires in the 17th Century but many retain their original 13th century cellars.
Now the home of the Watercress Line steam railway, so called because of its association with watercress farming, in what is now known as the UK’s capital of watercress. The town hosts the annual Watercress Festival in May attracting thousands of visitors each year.
Selected as the No 1 Best Place to live in the Countryside by The Sunday Times and Voted Country Life’s ‘Favourite Market Town’ in the south-east its specialist shops selling antiques, gifts, food, clothes for all ages, antiquarian books, pictures, china and crafts are a year round attraction.
Alresford is the perfect place for strolling and there is plenty to please the eye – The Fulling Mill and Eel House along the riverside walk, St. John’s Parish Church, the Millennium Trail and Old Alresford Pond, created by Bishop de Lucy, Bishop of Winchester, in the 12th century. Close by is Hinton Ampner House & Garden.

Counties Cluster group

Good to meet this afternoon with these folk on Counties Cluster group. Thanks to Penny for organising it, good to share, laugh, pray and enjoy the friendship of these people.
Missing the Brain’s and the Gillham’s and of course Sally! You are in our thoughts.

Life Connect by Penny Curley #5

Psalm 27 – Five days with David

In the final session Penny from Counties Hampshire looks at the last part of Psalm 27 do join her as she finishes off looking at this wonderful Psalm.


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Life Connect by Penny Curley #4

Psalm 27 Five days with David day four
In the fourth of our series with Penny Curley , she focuses in on the path that David invites us to take.


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Life Connect by Penny Curley #3

Life Connect by Penny Curley #3 – Psalm 27 five days with David day three
In the third of Penny Curley’s “Five days with David” we see how rest and time spent with God is so important.


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Life Connect by Penny Curley #2

Psalm 27 day two with David. In the second of Penny Curley devotions on Psalm 27. focussing in on verses 2 and 3.


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Life Connect by Penny Curley #1

This week we are joined on Life Connect by Penny Curley as she spends the week, or at least five days with David, looking at Psalm 27. We would love you to join us at 8am each morning or catch up when you are free.


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‘Life Connect’ with Penny Curley

Join Penny Curley this week (Facebook, YouTube & in the sermons section of this website) on ‘Life Connect’ as she spends the week, or at least five days with David, looking at Psalm 27. You can watch at 8am each morning or catch up when you are free.

‘Overflowing Joy’

‘Overflowing Joy’Acts chapter 2 verse 42-47 – Sermon by Gordon Curley

(PowerPoint slides to accompany this talk are available on request – email: gcurley@gcurley.info)


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