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Here you will find the latest updates about our life at Bloomsbury - from sermons to community updates.
Please take a look around and get to know us a bit.
We would love to welcome you in person if you would like to visit us.

A Missing Nativity

Date:
30th Dec 2019

"The wild beasts and angels in the wilderness with Jesus and Satan give us an insight into the nature of Jesus’ ministry as it will unfold over the coming years, as an apocalyptic battle between good and evil, with him coming to the world to cast out evil, and to bring release from those powers that oppress and distort humanity." - Simon Woodman preaching at Bloomsbury, 29 December 2019. Read more

From Priesthood to Prophecy

Date:
22nd Dec 2019

The move from priesthood to prophecy is the move from ritual to action. Faith will no longer be based upon the remembrance of what God has done in times gone by, but upon what God is doing by his grace in the present. Read more

Carols from Bloomsbury

Date:
13th Dec 2019

Sing along with some of your favourite carols, performed by the congregation at the Bloomsbury Carol Celebration 2019, accompanied by Philip Luke playing the 'Bloomsbury Beast' pipe organ. Read more

Bypassing Herod

Date:
13th Dec 2019

At our Carol Celebration on Friday (the day the election result was announced) Simon gave a short sermon on Herod. Read more

The World Turned Upside Down

Date:
10th Dec 2019

"The comfort proclaimed by Isaiah to the exiles in Babylon was no shallow Pollyanna-ish message of hope. Rather, it was a comfort based on the faithfulness of God. Because even if God’s people are unfaithful to God, God remains Faithful to them." - Simon Woodman. Read more

A Right Jeremiah!

Date:
2nd Dec 2019

Within the Christian story, the hope of Jeremiah is fulfilled in Jesus, who embodies God’s righteousness and justice, bringing hope to all those whose lives are lost in despair. Read more

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