Polar Explorers is the theme for our next Holiday Club for children of primary school age. In 2018 it is going to happen during February half-term, from Wednesday 14th to Friday 16th, from 9.40 am to 3.30 pm. It'll be our usual exciting mix of crafts, games, bible stories and drama, with lots of fun for all.
There's also going to be a special Friday afternoon family event from 2.30 to 3.30 with a quiz and fun review of the week, and the Polar Explorers theme continues on Sunday 18th with our Holiday Club special morning service.
There will be a one off booking donation of £5, and your child needs to bring a packed lunch, labelled with their name. Snacks will be provided during morning and afternoon sessions.
To book your child's place please send this form to the church office, or scan and email it to admin[at]lcbc.org.uk. To find out more you can email to the same address or ring Helen on 01844 201335. We will ring or email you to confirm your child's place.
We look forward to welcoming your mini Polar Explorer!
Based on Paul Tripp's book What did you expect? Marriage Matters looks at what the Bible has to say about marriage and considers its practical implications. This 5 week course is a great MOT for all married couples.
We will provide a two course meal, drinks, a romantic setting and the talks on DVD. You won't need to talk to anyone except your spouse!
We suggest a donation of £25 per couple towards the running cost (but please don't let finances stop you from investing in your marriage). For more information please contact Neil or Liz Turton. Email Neil here.
Friday evenings February 2, 9, 23, March 2, 9. Venue tbc.
God can be Trusted - speaker Josh Fortune
Wednesday 28th February, 7.30
Crendon Cuisine, £15 ph
Josh is a former Paratrooper and British army soldier, forced to leave the army through injury, later rejoining as a cameraman in Afghanistan. Josh will be talking about some of his experiences of fear, friendship, combat and love, and his journey to understanding that God can be trusted.
To book a place contact Mark Herbert. You can Email Mark here.