Sunday 9th February
Sunday 23rd March
All are welcome to join us before 9:30 worship for a bit of breakfast at the start of your Sunday. A real chance to chat over coffee, orange juice and a croissant.
The Unity Service is about Churches gathered together with a commitment to Christian unity, working for the well being of the city. We'll be celebrating the 10th Anniversary of Winchester Basics Bank and commissioning a new cohort of Street Pastors for Winchester. We'd love to see you there! It's at 6:30pm on the 19th of January at Winchester Cathedral, and John Mumford, the national leader of the Vineyard Movement, will be speaking.
From the 17th to the 24th January we are joining with Christians from across the city in continuous prayer, seeking to glorify God, spend time in his presence, and call out to him for the transformation of our city and nation.
As we draw together, our heart is to 'seek the prosperity of the city (Jeremiah 29:7), through prayer and a manner of creative types of expression.. We would love for you to join us.
Free entry, drinks & canapés.
‘Attitude, style and diamond-sharp wit’.
Paul Kerensa is a standup comedian and award-winning scriptwriter for Not Going Out and Miranda. His work has received numerous awards, including the British Comedy Awards 2010 for Best New Comedy - Winner [Miranda], and a nomination at BAFTA 2010 for Best Scripted Comedy (Miranda). Paul trained at Guildford School of Acting and is the only bellybutton-less comedian in the world.
He has spent much of 2013 touring churches with his one-man show based on his new book, ‘So a Comedian Walks into a Church’.
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