Throughout the history of the Christian Church, there have been several strands, streams or traditions and we include some of these during the summer breakfast season. They are not mutually exclusive and we would want to draw from these in our individual and church life. The Contemplative Tradition is about prayer, meditation and sometimes solitude. The Charismatic Tradition is the Spirit-Empowered life, something very much recovered in the twentieth century. The Social Justice Tradition is concerned with compassion and rings through the words of the Old Testament prophets and in the New Testament Church. The Word Stream is the evangelical tradition, with the Bible read, known, proclaimed and lived out. Finally, the Incarnational Tradition is related to the sacraments, but very much rooted in everyday life.
Sunday 22nd – The Contemplative Tradition (Click for Slides)
Sunday 29th – The Charismatic Tradition
Sunday 5th – The Social Justice Tradition
Sunday 12th – The Evangelical Tradition
Sunday 19th – The Incarnational Tradition
Sunday 26th – NO SERVICE (CLICK HERE for our alternative Summer Picnic event)