Tuesday, 18 May 2010

Sermon Sunday

We are in for a cracking Sunday at RFC.

In the morning at Reading Girls, we have Chris Kilby with us at our Healing Meeting. I have known Chris for quite a few years and God is using him mightily in healings and Gospel responses.

In the evening at South Street, we are hosting a 'Sermon Sunday'. After our time of worship, 5 people from RFC will be preaching for 7 minutes each. To whet your appetite here is an introduction to them:

Frank is married to Kathy and they have been involved in disaster relief in various parts of the world (To read his response to the earthquake in Haiti click here). He currently works as a mechanical engineer for a local company but travels extensively.

Rachel was an intern here at RFC a few years ago and her project was children's work (amongst many other things). She now works in further education and leads a lifegroup.

William works for Vodafone and he leads the team that hosts our international lunches. He has recently started leading a lifegroup and if you ask him very nicely you may be able to call him by his Ghanaian name!

RFC started in Keith's & Leslie's home and they lead HOPE (our ministry to adults with learning disabilities). Not only does Keith enjoy scuba diving but he is growing his preaching gift through speaking at HOPE.

Tom is an online travel writer as well as being a deacon at RFC. Not only does he enjoy ice cream but he studied International Politics at Uni so has been fascinated by all the goings on at Westminster!

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