Easter Labyrinth 2020 at QPBC

Labyrinths have been used in churches since the middle ages. A labyrinth provides an opportunity to reflect and think about Jesus, it gives a contemplative space to pray and listen to God. Last year we offered an opportunity to prayer walk using an Easter Labyrinth....

Ruth at Pentecost

Pentecost, also known as the Feast of Weeks or Shavuot in Hebrew, occurs 7 weeks (50 days) after Passover and every year at Shavuot the Jews read the book of Ruth. The Jewish festivals are linked to the agricultural year and this period of weeks from Passover to...

The aroma fills the world

When Jesus came to Mary’s house at Bethany six days before his crucifixion, she wanted to find a way to thank him for raising her brother Lazarus from the dead, and to worship him for being ‘the resurrection and the life’ (John 11:25). She took the most precious thing...

Partnering with God in prayer

I believe that God is speaking to us as a church just now about corporate prayer. Without realising it, I think we can subconsciously start to question whether our prayers are really making a difference, especially for the big things where we want to see breakthrough....