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The care system, the church, and the call to arms

I am lamenting the passing of romance in our house. We have been married 13 years now; so no more need for gushing cards with sentimental thoughts, a dozen red roses, candlelit meals. Plus, we now have two kids in the house, and two cats, so practically speaking, it’s hard to pursue any idea of More


How will it all end?

On Sunday, we will come to the end of our series on Revelation that started last autumn.  I wonder how you’ve found looking at the last book of the Bible? It can be confusing at times so we’ve tried to take big chunks to get the big picture and not get lost.     There More


Capturing Peace 2016

Some of the beautiful photos which featured in Capturing Peace 2016.       Congratulations to Amit for coming first place in our photography competition!


Coffee and conversation in a massage parlour

“What does Jesus think about prostitution and heaven?” How would you answer this question if you were sitting in a massage parlour where you know sex is being sold? It’s a loaded question which needs to be answered sensitively and succinctly. We probably didn’t answer it particularly well, but we were caught off guard by More


Tools to help you read the Bible in 2016

In our family service on December 27th, we thought about how we could keep our eyes fixed on Jesus in 2016 (see Hebrews 12:1-2 for more information), and concluded that one of the best ways to do this was to spend regular time reading God’s Word.


Why do you love your house group?

Knighton people share why they love being part of a home group. If you’re not part of a home group, why not consider joining one? We have home groups that meet on different days and at different times, consisting of people from a wide range of ages and backgrounds. Contact Church Office for more information.


Ann’s story

Ann talks about how she has grown in her faith through learning more about the Bible.


Laura’s story

Laura shares about when she first went along to church as a young child.


Margaret’s story

Margaret describes the moment ‘the penny dropped’ and she realised that Jesus really is alive.


George’s story

George talks about how he was introduced to Jesus by the cook and butler of a big house where he worked.