Historic Orthodox Biblical GLobal Anglican
10.30am (coffee and donuts from 10am)
at The Mission to Seafarers, Fowey
BCP Holy Communion at 9.30am
As a church we want to express our devotion to Jesus particularly in 4 things (as expressed in Acts 2v42):
Revelation - “devoted to the apostles’ teaching”
Jesus is God revealing himself in history to all people for all time and, by his Spirit, he continues to reveal himself as his word written, the Bible, is read and understood.
We therefore want … his word to be central in all we do and ‘dwell richly’ among us, so that he shapes and directs our lives in all things for his glory.
Relationships - “devoted to the breaking of bread”
Jesus revolutionises lives, calling us to become part of his new community as an anticipation of his eternal plan to unite all things under him.
We therefore want … to be committed to one another as his people, welcoming and selflessly serving one another as all broken, flawed and messed up people in need of his grace.
Relevance - “devoted to the partnership”
Jesus’ death and resurrection proclaim him to be Lord of all people everywhere and only the news of his rescue and rule makes sense of all life.
We therefore want … in partnership to proclaim him boldly and sensitively in ways that enable questions and conversations so that others can respond to his love for themselves.
Reliance - “devoted to the prayers”
Jesus calls his people to bear fruit for him as we abide in him and his words abide in us and apart from him we can do nothing.
We therefore want … to acknowledge our complete dependence upon him in expectant prayer so that he is at work in us and through us.
The Mission to Seafarers
Located in Fowey Docks, the Mission to Seafarers (PL23 1DF) is accessed by the steps at the Bodinnick Ferry Slip.
Parking is available at Caffa Mill and (more cheaply) at the Harbour Commissioners car park on Passage Lane PL23 1DY.
Limited access is available for those with restricted mobility - please get in contact for details.
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