Posts by William Rogers (Page 2)

Alpha – October 2018

We’d love you to join us as we start a new 6 week Alpha course. We’ll be running two courses, one on a Monday morning (starting at 9.45am) and one on a Tuesday evening (from 7.00pm). Alpha explores the basics of the Christian faith – a faith that we would love to share with as […]

Youth Bible Teacher Wanted!

We have a wonderful group of teenagers who meet on a Sunday morning during the main service and if you love Jesus and have a gift for teaching the bible to enquiring minds we’d love to hear from you. We can be very flexible and so this opportunity might suit someone who can only offer […]

Psalms for every season of life

The Psalms cover a great sweep of what we experience in life; from great joy to deep pain, from confusion to clarity, from anger to laughter. This Lent we are invited to dig deeper as we read these heartfelt prayers. A suggested reading plan can be found here: Psalm Reading Plan Lent

Alpha begins in Jan 2018

Alpha begins at St Matthew’s on Wednesday 10th January. Put the date in your diaries. More information on Alpha can be found here. To register your interest, please e-mail our vicar: We look forward to seeing you!

The Recovery Course

The Recovery Course is for men and women who are struggling with addictions that are causing significant problems in their life, who want to invest in their road to recovery. The course has proved itself effective in helping people with a broad range of addictions, such as drugs, alcohol, pornography, sex, gambling, self-harming, over-eating or […]

Does the reformation still matter?

This year we celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. The Christian faith and the Church appeared early in Britain. But over the years, the teaching of the Church obscured the good news of the Gospel of Jesus.  By embracing the doctrine of the Protestant Reformers, the Church of England returned to its biblical […]

Our Study in Romans

Romans in essence, is a book of Good News (audio sermons on chapter 1 give more detail). There is much to challenge us and if it is helpful, here are some links to some relevant organisations: True Freedom Trust Living Out Living Waters