Our lead pastor Phil Moore writes: Dear Everyday Church family, For most of us, the coronavirus crisis has been a time of learning. We’ve learned a lot about ourselves, a lot about the Lord and a lot about the world. I’ve already posted blogs about two areas where I think that we have learned the most as a church family, so here’s a third area: we … Continue reading What is God teaching us through Covid-19? – #3 Conspiracy Theories and Truth
One of the biggest questions that I keep being asked by people across Everyday Church right now is: What is God teaching us as a church through Covid-19? To answer that question, I’ll be posting a few thoughts over the next few weeks from our conversations together as whole-church elders, but we don’t claim to be the only ones who can answer this question. If you are part … Continue reading What Is God Teaching Us Through Covid-19? – #2 Sacrifice & Suffering
One of the biggest questions that I keep being asked by people across Everyday Church right now is: What is God teaching us as a church through Covid-19? The past few months of not being permitted to meet together in person have been so difficult for many of us that it’s only natural for us to find ourselves grappling to find clear meaning to this season. As … Continue reading What Is God Teaching Us Through Covid-19? – #1 Corporate Prayer
A message from our lead pastor, Phil Moore: Dear Everyday Church family, There is only question that I get asked as often as “When will Everyday Church move out of lockdown?” It is the follow-up question, “What will Everyday Church look like after we move out of lockdown?” We are the Body of Christ, so this is a question for him to answer and for us … Continue reading What will we look like as a church after lockdown?
Dear Everyday Church family, Given that the UK government still shows no sign of permitting us to resume our Sunday services at our buildings, I thought that you might find it helpful if I wrote a brief blog to update you on what is happening across our church as we begin a new term together. These are frustrating times, but not fruitless times, and I … Continue reading What’s happening at Everyday Church?
A message from our lead pastor, Phil Moore, about how we can grow in God together over the summer… Thank you so much for all of the messages that I have received from right across the Everyday Church family expressing a deep longing to be gathering back together again in person at our London venues. I can’t wait either, and it is tantalising to be so … Continue reading Growing in God together over the summer
A message from our lead pastor, Phil Moore, about our church leadership team… It was great to gather with so many of you last week for our ASK prayer meeting. Many thanks to those who led us in worship, in prophecy and in prayer. It was a really great evening together. In case you missed it, I’m writing this blog to update you on some … Continue reading Proposing a new elder for Everyday Church
Well, I’m excited. After three months of coronavirus lockdown, the British prime minister has begun to announce the easing of restrictions. We are still a long way from the new normal that awaits us, but there are plenty of positives for us to celebrate together as a church family. We have been given permission to reopen our buildings for private prayer, and from 4th July … Continue reading How is Everyday Church planning to move out of lockdown?
Dear Everyday Church family, I hope that you are doing well, and that you are surviving and thriving in this strange season for our church and nation. While I am missing being able to gather together in person, I have been delighted to see the way that Life Groups and Prayer Groups have moved online, just like our Sunday services, and how much God is … Continue reading Extraordinary Week of Prayer
When I was a child, I was never tired of asking, “Granddad, what did you do during the War?” It wasn’t enough for me to know that my granddad had lived through the War. I wanted to know what he had done during those evil days. How had he responded to the crisis? Or to use the Apostle Paul’s phrase in Ephesians 5:16, how had … Continue reading Making the Most of Evil Days