CITY HOPE BLOG


8th April 2015

Work Support Network Meeting - Sun 19th Apr, 7.30pm


Our work matters deeply to God. In fact, work is one of the primary activities that God created us to pursue - in communion with him and in partnership with others.

Through work we have the opportunity to make the world a better place - a place in which humankind flourishes. The working week can be so much more than something we 'endure', becoming an exciting context in which we can fruitfully follow Jesus, serve others and our world.

This is why at City Hope we run a 'Work Support Networks' meeting every six months to encourage people in their work situation. Our next meeting is on Sunday 19th April, 7.30pm at our building on Drummond Road.

The evening provides a great context for you to meet others who may be in a similar field of work to yourself where you can discuss and pray about what it would look like to see 'more of God' in your workplace and how you can play your part to make that happen.

We start at 7.30pm with refreshments and an opportunity to network and chat with people. Around 8.00pm there will be a short time to hear some stories from the workplace and some thoughts from the Bible to help direct discussion and prayer in smaller groups. The evening will finish around 9.00pm.

Our work matters to God. It is an important context for us to join in his mission. It's also a pretty challenging environment. How can we be fruitful followers of Christ at work? Whether you're struggling to survive at work, or want to understand more deeply your calling we would love to see you at our Work Support Networks meeting on Sunday 19th, 7.30pm.

Please watch this video, produced by LICC, to give a picture of the vision and aims of our WSN meeting.







(NB. Off the back of the main WSN meeting (every 6 months) a monthly work prayer meeting has been started. Normally meeting on the 2nd Sunday evening of the month. If you would like more information about this please contact the church office)


Vic Wilson

Posted by Vic Wilson
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