I have a dream

The 28 August marked 60 years since Martin Luther King Jr gave his now famous ‘I have a dream’ speech.  In that speech King shared his vision of a country where black children and white children could play together as equals and in harmony. Set against the racial prejudice of his time the speech is a powerful invitation to dream of something that seemed impossible.  It’s true that his dream has yet to be completely realised, much has changed but there is still more to be done. King’s dream was founded in a Biblical vision of a world in which all people are created equal before God and in which people show love for one another.  I wonder what dreams inspire you and motivate you to be part of God’s plan for this world?  How could you make them a reality?

If you are struggling at this time and just need someone to talk to, then please email us at office@pb.org.nz or call 0223075225 and we will contact you.

This Sunday @ 10am we will continue our series looking at the life of Joseph the shepherd boy, his dreams, the highs and his lows he faced, and ultimately how he held onto his faith in God. Come and join us as we explore the life of this pivotal character from the Old Testament.

A children’s programme for children aged 3-8 is available during the service and a crèche for younger children.

To join with us on air tune in to Coast Access Radio 104.7FM from 10.00am or livestream at http://coastaccessradio.org.nz... 

Mainly Music – Wednesday from 10.00am. This programme is a fun way for parents and their children to spend quality time together based around music and movement. It is an opportunity for us as a church to connect with and offer something back to the community of which we are a part. It’s also a way for us to demonstrate care, concern, and support for those with young children.

Small Groups. We have several groups meeting. Contact the church office@pb.org.nz if you would like to join one.

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Grace and peace