On Maundy Thursday we celebrated a community Passover Meal, as Jesus and his disciples would have done for their Last Supper. Only we also had hotpot and cake! We also had delicious flat-bread made fresh on the premises during the afternoon in one of two workshops. The other one made Easter gardens (see photos).
We recently had our church Annual General Meeting. Being Brunswick, we don't do a boring AGM, but make it part of one of our Sunday morning services. We look ahead to the next year with prayer and look back on the previous one with thankfulness. And we produce a booklet of reports and photos documenting the year just gone. It's a good snapshot of what we've been up to, and what we believe God has been up to in and through us and in our community. Download a copy here.
At Christmas Christians celebrate the birth of Jesus and why he came into the world.
At Easter we remember his death and why he left the world, and then celebrate his return to life again, and what that means for each of us.
You are invited to come and join us at Brunswick Church this Easter as we remember and celebrate
A number of us from Brunswick were there last night to celebrate with Hils and Mike Corcoran as they took on joint ministry at St Paul's Withington. It was good to see them receive such a warm welcome from their new church. It was good also to meet and each up with several old friends from Brunswick afterwards. This Big Christian Family thing we're a part of is really good!
The Church of England has called for communities to join together in conversation and prayer as discussions over the UK’s departure from the European Union reach a pivotal point. The debate is splitting communities in the UK and there is concern that Brexit “could bring a time of confusion and anxiety as the country begins a new era.” Churches are being encouraged to host “informal café-style meetings” over the weekend of 30 March “to bring together people of all standpoints and encourage open discussion.” We can also be praying as individuals. Read more here. Download a poster here. More resources for prayer and conversation can be downloaded here.
Our recent animation workshop, exploring green-screen techniques. Is there no end to our creativity? Watch out for some of the results posted here.
Join Hebe for an accessible, yoga practise for women at Brunswick Church.
This 4 week course will cover an Introduction to Yoga & Relaxation, as well as looking at good posture, spine health and stretching.
On Tuesdays from 10–11am
We ask students for an optional £2 donation, per class, which will go towards costs. If you are unable to make a donation at this time, you are still very welcome to join us.
Some photos from yesterday's excellent International Women's Day event.