What I was made for

Every now and then I hear someone say, ‘This is what they were made for.’ And it is usually a person who has discovered a line of work, sport or community involvement that they are totally committed to. This ‘thing’ has become so much a part of them that they cannot imagine doing anything else.

Paul, the apostle, writing to the church at Ephesus said a similar thing except he framed it as ‘this is what God has set apart for me to do.’ And for him it was sharing the good news of God’s love with anyone who would listen. I wonder what it is that you were made for.  What is it that when you do it, it gives you a sense of purpose, a sense of joy and fulfilment? I wonder what it might be that God is inviting you to do and be a part of.

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 be continuing our series, More than you can imagine, looking at Paul’s letter to the church at Ephesus. Darren Ayling will be preaching.

A children’s programme is available and a crèche for younger children.

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Mainly Music – Wednesdays from 10.00am during school terms. 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 is 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