Worship at Hastings

We had a great day at Christchurch, Hastings, Sylvanus was with us, the African worship was as vibrant as ever, our youth led a good time of UK worship as well. Esther and Toby did a great sketch and I spoke on Eagles Wings and challenged them about evangelism.
Janet, Esther, Suzi and I went to Bureh Town, to see the land we have been offered, and Esther presented the church with a scrapbook from her church, Bolney. We then were given Red Snapper, chips and Breadfruit, delicious!
The others left Hastings, after a meeting with the youth and headed for a visit to Hastings beach, a two and a half hour drive, to spend an hour on the beach. It was then back to the hotel for all of us, a swimming the pool and a devotion led by Matt, on Philippians 4:9.

About Pastor Gordon

Gordon was the pastor of Copthorne Chapel for 17 years from January 1994 until his retirement at the end of December 2010. He took over the role as chairman of the Sierra Leone Mission in June 2010. He also serves as president of the Countess of Huntingdon's Connexion and is the editor of the Voice magazine.
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One Response to Worship at Hastings

  1. Pastor Gordon says:

    What another great day here in SL. To start the day we had a drive to the TECT ( The Evangelical College of Theology) where we met president of the college. We then continued on to Jui school where we found ourselves climbing up 1 story of scaffolding to paint the out side of the school, we then moved in to one of the classrooms which was decided to be to dark so it was given a new life with a coat of white paint and colourful drawings on all the wall. To finish the day off we were provided with a fantastic meal of rice, fish and beef all cooked by the teachers of the school.
    Having an amazing time out here.

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