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Welcome to Parkwood Christian Fellowship in Parkwood Rainham, KentWelcome to Parkwood Christian Fellowship in Parkwood Rainham, Kent

Richard & Diane Hayton, on behalf of the congregation, want to make you feel welcome at our church in Parkwood.

We are a Baptist Church serving the people of Rainham Kent. Our Sunday services start at 10.30 am and run through till about 12:15 p.m. or as long as the Holy Spirit is ministering to us. Our worship could best be described as lively and contemporary (with guitars and drums for example). We would love to meet you and chat over coffee and biscuits. Communion is on the first, third and fifth Sundays in the month. 

We also have a number of House Groups which meet every Wednesday and Thursday evenings, please ask a church leader for more details. Prayer meetings are on 2nd and 4th Tuesday evenings at the Church.  Please also see our Events page for other activities coming up.

Please contact Richard Hayton our pastor for further details on 01634 235799 or email
richard.hayton (at) pcfbaptist.co.uk

Welcome to Parkwood Christian Fellowship in Parkwood Rainham, KentWelcome to Parkwood Christian Fellowship in Parkwood Rainham, Kent

Richard & Diane Hayton, on behalf of the congregation, want to make you feel welcome at our church in Parkwood.

We are a Baptist Church serving the people of Rainham Kent. Our Sunday services start at 10.30 am and run through till about 12:15 p.m. or as long as the Holy Spirit is ministering to us. Our worship could best be described as lively and contemporary (with guitars and drums for example). We would love to meet you and chat over coffee and biscuits. Communion is on the first, third and fifth Sundays in the month. 

We also have a number of House Groups which meet every Wednesday and Thursday evenings, please ask a church leader for more details. Prayer meetings are on 2nd and 4th Tuesday evenings at the Church.  Please also see our Events page for other activities coming up.

Please contact Richard Hayton our pastor for further details on 01634 235799 or email
richard.hayton (at) pcfbaptist.co.uk


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We believe that The Bible is the 'Bread of Life' and that we need to 'feed on His Word' every day. Jesus said "Man cannot live by bread alone (physical bread), but by every Word that proceeds from the mouth of the Father (in heaven) Jesus is Lord - means to us 'Jesus is the person we love and want to please because He died on a cross, to pay the price for our sins (then rose again from the dead after three days in the grave), we now want Him to direct us in every area of our lives, through His Holy Spirit.
We believe that The Bible is the 'Bread of Life' and that we need to 'feed on His Word' every day. Jesus said "Man cannot live by bread alone (physical bread), but by every Word that proceeds from the mouth of the Father (in heaven) Jesus is Lord - means to us 'Jesus is the person we love and want to please because He died on a cross, to pay the price for our sins (then rose again from the dead after three days in the grave), we now want Him to direct us in every area of our lives, through His Holy Spirit.

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Do You Need Food?

Freely we receive and freely we give ... If you are in a financial situation where you aren't able to buy the food you need for your family ... then we would like to help.  Simply come to church Sunday morning and receive some shopping bags of food for FREE, the church is open from 9:45 am each Sunday morning, just ask for Gary or Liz. 

You are also welcome to stay for the service, which starts at 10:30 am and finishes at around 12:15; there is always a time of prayer if you feel you need some extra help.

Where Does the FREE Food Come From?

We are partners with the Esther Community Project which is a registered charity (which has received The Queen's Award for Voluntary Service) that has great favour with the major supermarkets like Sainsbury’s and Waitrose.  Each week, the supermarkets have surplus food that they normally have to pay registered waste collectors to dispose of.  June is a Christian with a heart for families and local communities, she approached the major chains and had great favour to receive all their food that is about to exceed the 'sell by date' and then makes it available through churches in the UK.

In a climate of double-dip recession, we believe God has provided  "For such a time as this ... " Esther 4:13-15

How Can Our Church Get Involved?

Gary & Liz Guillon represent our church and organise collection of the food and distribution through the congregation. If you can see God's hand at work here, and feel your church could get involved, then speak to your church leadership and pray about how your church can reach God's people through food ...

Jesus met the needs of His people both spiritually and physically.  Jesus even told his disciples to feed thousands, and through a small faithful amount, God increased a handful, to meet everyone's need.
You can contact June on the website Esther Community Project or 07947 488497

 

Do You Need Food?

Freely we receive and freely we give ... If you are in a financial situation where you aren't able to buy the food you need for your family ... then we would like to help.  Simply come to church Sunday morning and receive some shopping bags of food for FREE, the church is open from 9:45 am each Sunday morning, just ask for Gary or Liz. 

You are also welcome to stay for the service, which starts at 10:30 am and finishes at around 12:15; there is always a time of prayer if you feel you need some extra help.

Where Does the FREE Food Come From?

We are partners with the Esther Community Project which is a registered charity (which has received The Queen's Award for Voluntary Service) that has great favour with the major supermarkets like Sainsbury’s and Waitrose.  Each week, the supermarkets have surplus food that they normally have to pay registered waste collectors to dispose of.  June is a Christian with a heart for families and local communities, she approached the major chains and had great favour to receive all their food that is about to exceed the 'sell by date' and then makes it available through churches in the UK.

In a climate of double-dip recession, we believe God has provided  "For such a time as this ... " Esther 4:13-15

How Can Our Church Get Involved?

Gary & Liz Guillon represent our church and organise collection of the food and distribution through the congregation. If you can see God's hand at work here, and feel your church could get involved, then speak to your church leadership and pray about how your church can reach God's people through food ...

Jesus met the needs of His people both spiritually and physically.  Jesus even told his disciples to feed thousands, and through a small faithful amount, God increased a handful, to meet everyone's need.
You can contact June on the website Esther Community Project or 07947 488497

 


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Alpha Course at 3sixteen coffee shop Rainham Kent

ALPHA COURSE STARTING AGAIN
MAY 2014

Starting Sunday 11th May 2014 3pm to 5pm at the 3sixteen Coffee Shop in Parkwood Rainham for 6 weeks; with FREE cofee, tea and cake included print an Alpha Course in Rainham flyer
If you are interested in attending, please complete our form on the Contact Us page

Location: www.3sixteen.co.uk  Parkwood Rainham ME8 9NP 

More About Alpha Course:
http://uk.alpha.org/who-alpha-course

Who is the Alpha Course for?

The Alpha course is designed primarily for people who aren't churchgoers and each course is open to everyone who would like to attend. As a course, Alpha attracts a diverse range of guests of different ages and backgrounds, holding many different viewpoints. Over 7,000 churches are currently running the Alpha course across the UK in rural and urban settings, including every major UK city.

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Alpha Course at 3sixteen coffee shop Rainham Kent

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'more than gold' Medway 2012
'more than gold' Medway

Who shall ascend the hill of the Lord?
Who shall ascend 
the hill of the Lord?

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Alpha Course at 3sixteen coffee shop Rainham Kent

ALPHA COURSE STARTING AGAIN
MAY 2014

Starting Sunday 11th May 2014 3pm to 5pm at the 3sixteen Coffee Shop in Parkwood Rainham for 6 weeks; with FREE cofee, tea and cake included print an Alpha Course in Rainham flyer
If you are interested in attending, please complete our form on the Contact Us page

Location: www.3sixteen.co.uk  Parkwood Rainham ME8 9NP 

More About Alpha Course:
http://uk.alpha.org/who-alpha-course

Who is the Alpha Course for?

The Alpha course is designed primarily for people who aren't churchgoers and each course is open to everyone who would like to attend. As a course, Alpha attracts a diverse range of guests of different ages and backgrounds, holding many different viewpoints. Over 7,000 churches are currently running the Alpha course across the UK in rural and urban settings, including every major UK city.

How Alpha Courses Work

Alpha Course Content 

How the Alpha Course Began

Alpha Course at 3sixteen coffee shop Rainham Kent

 mp3 sermons and testimonies online
mp3 Sermons

'more than gold' Medway 2012
'more than gold' Medway

Who shall ascend the hill of the Lord?
Who shall ascend 
the hill of the Lord?

click here for NEW Photo Album
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