Church Tag

What3words When it comes to the apps I have on my phone I’m quite selective, but one which I’ve allowed through my stringent filter is what3words. You may have heard of it or even have it. It enables a specific location to be found to anywhere in...

What happened to 2020? Who could have foreseen the year that we’ve just lived through? This time last year we were entering 2020 as a year of vision, a number which neatly lent itself to this spiritual metaphor. And yet, for all its difficulties 2020 was a year...

‘Do not neglect meeting together’ This passage from the Bible, found in Hebrews 10:24-25, has been aired quite a lot of late.  It’s all about Christians making sure that we stay connected. The current relevance has to do with the restrictions there have been on church gatherings...

“I’m all Zoomed out!” Those are certainly words which have crossed my lips on more than one occasion these past few months.  Digital technology has been with us for a long time but since March of this year it’s played an increasingly important role in most of...

It’s been a while since we’ve produced a Pastors’ Update, having been focused on matters pertaining to the global pandemic. That said, we’ve not been remiss with regard to communication - just not via this means. The world has certainly changed over the past few months and...

At Revival Church we’ve just finished a teaching series looking at biblical models of church leadership. A word that often sits alongside leadership is authority. And this doesn’t always conjure up particularly positive thoughts because of those who have abused their authority. When we experience a leadership...

What do you think of when I say the word ‘church’? The immediate thought of many people is that of a building with a steeple. One of the purposes of these spires was to direct people’s attention upward to heaven. As worthy as that aim may have been...

Easter carries with it a sense of hope and optimism; because of what it means to those of us who are Christians and because of the new life springing up in our gardens. As a church we’ve experienced a time of great sadness and loss and...