When Jesus Comes

Sunday mornings* at Highfields Christmas 2013

Believing and Belonging"Life is made up of promises from the profound promises of marriage to the more prosaic "I promise I'll get the Christmas decorations down from the attic this week!"

Of course being human we don't always deliver on our commitments. One year a friend, when aged 6, asked his parents for a Scalectrix set for Christmas but ended up with a much cheaper alternative. He was devastated. So much so that one Christmas, many years later, then aged 34, he bought himself the deluxe Scalectrix version and pretended it was for his daughters!

The good news is that God always delivers on His promises and His greatest promise was the coming of Jesus into the world.

Phil Jenkins

*Plus one evening at Pontprennau and Christmas Day

The five services in this series:

Title Description
There will be Light 08 Dec - Morning Service - 09:30am - Phil Jenkins - Isaiah 9:1-7
There will be Light 08 Dec - Morning Service - 11:15am - Phil Jenkins - Isaiah 9:1-7
There will be Light 15 Dec - Morning Service - 10:00am - Phil Jenkins - Isaiah 9:1-7
Big Birthday Party 15 Dec - Morning Service - 10:30am - James Pope - Isaiah 11:1-10
There will be Joy 22 Dec - Morning Service - 10:30am - Lindsay Brown - Isaiah 35:1-10
There will be Joy 22 Dec - Carol Service - 5:00pm - Tom Hocking - Isaiah 35:1-10
There will be Freedom 29 Dec - Morning Service - 10:00am - Pete Evans - Isaiah 61:1-11
There will be Freedom 29 Dec - Morning Service - 10:30am - Phil Jenkins - Isaiah 61:1-11

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You are welcome to come along to Highfields Cathays at 9:30am*, 11:15am* or 6:30pm, Highfields Pontprennau at 10:00am or you can listen to the talks here a day or so after the service has taken place.

If you would like to discuss any of the issues further, we would love to help.

Please email us or call 029 2065 0740.

*10:30am on 29th December

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Christmas at my HouseOn Sunday evenings this Advent season we look forward to Christmas.

Happily for many of us Christmas is a marvellous time to celebrate God's indescribable gift of life. But to make that possible it was quite a different story for Mary and Joseph and the arrival of their baby son – not in the welcoming warmth of a family home but in the animal shed of a first century inn in Bethlehem.

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