A non denominational labour of love, established AD 1994.
Updated - 16/1/19
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Carlisle Passion Play 2019 - Get involved!
The Carlisle Passion Play will take place on Saturday 13 April,
in the Town Hall Square.
Two hour-long performances: 11.00 am and 2.00 pm.
A dramatic outdoor performance in modern idiom portraying
the betrayal, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Are you interested in acting, being part of the crew, volunteering, stewarding? Writer
and director, John Davies of Classic Theatre Cumbria, is looking for people to perform
and also support the performance in wardrobe, stage set etc. More information and
to register your interest: carlislepassionplay.org, firstname.lastname@example.org
or Tel: 079706 73236.
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What about ‘in-reach’?
‘You’ll be known by the love that you have for one another,’ is what Jesus said.
Are you loved in your church? Do you love them all? Have you even had a meaningful
conversation with everyone in your church?
We need ‘in-reach.’
When Christians get the reputation for looking after one another, such a witness
will be an attraction.
Furthermore, no single church can provide all the needs of its congregation, but
churches that are bound together in a common bond of self interest are more likely
to provide what is required for all its members.
A stronger ‘Christian community’ provides a better ‘out-reach’. It is not sufficient
for church leaders to huddle together in exclusive clubs. They must bring Christians
Why is there not a Christian Centre in Carlisle, or a ‘healing room’ where people
can receive prayer and fellowship?
A sanctuary where people enter into a safe place of care and love and prayer, free
from condemnation, or prejudice.
The ‘church’ wants to be liked and reaches out to people with good works. Such works
are often not appreciated and often the return for the ‘church’ is zero. It is time
for more ‘in-reach’.
And the multitude of them that believed were of one heart and of one soul: neither
said any of them that ought of the things which he possessed was his own; but they
had all things common.