Pray for the oneLIFE mission
In a newly released video, Bishop Paul encourages people to pray for the oneLIFE mission, that it will lead to many people taking a new step in faith.
The Bishop says it is an opportunity to meet people, to engage with their questions about life, and to talk about the hope that is found in Jesus.
The mission runs from Thursday 12th September to Sunday 15th September; sixteen Bishops and their teams from the north of England will be in the Diocese taking part in the many outreach events and activities organised by local churches.
The Archbishop of York will also be here; after taking part in the launch event at Field Mill, the home of Mansfield Town FC, he will be visiting schools, prisons, Nottingham Trent University, and Southwell Minster, where he will preach on the Sunday morning.
View lists of events here
Encounter the Living God
The second of the ‘Encounter’ services being held as part of the OneLIFE mission takes place at All Saints Clipstone on Monday 15th July at 7.30pm.
The service, being led by the Archdeacon of Newark, David Picken, offers refreshment and encouragement to those who have been Christians a long time, and for those taking their first steps to faith.
It will be a blend of the liturgical and informal, with the focus on the Word and Sacrament, and is an opportunity to invite a friend or neighbour to church. More details on the service and oneLIFE
Archbishop releases oneLIFE video
The Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu, has released a video encouraging people to get involved in the oneLIFE mission, which takes place in Southwell & Nottingham this September.
He urges people to explore life and to discover “one life in Jesus Christ”.
The mission will see more than 15 visiting Bishops and their teams supporting a whole range of outreach events organised by churches across the diocese.
Click here to watch the video and to access resources to support the mission.