This Sunday we look forward to physically meeting together as Life Church for the first time in several months.
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Praying With Jesus: Give Us Today Our Daily Bread
This prayer that is central to the Lord’s prayer might seem redundant to many people, who have no concerns about where their next meal is coming from. Yet it is much more than just a request for food. First, it encompasses thankful recognition of God as our provider. Then, it reminds us that we do not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceeds from the mouth of God. That might mean that the food we enjoy is due to God speaking His word of provision, or it might mean that there are things more essential to life than even our food. It can become a prayer that asks God to grace us with the spiritual sustenance and energy to super-abound in His purposes.  
Sunday Physical Gatherings
10am:     Church Gathering at Moss Street
11.30am: Family Service at Moss Street
1.  Each meeting will last 45 minutes to one hour.
2. You must register EACH WEEK; registration opens 9am the Tuesday before.  
3. You do this by contacting Chris by text, Whats App, phone, email, or Facebook Messenger.
4.  You can come if you get a confirmation back
5. Please try to comply with all the Covid-19 protocols.
6. Offerings can be placed in stationary box on entry to auditorium.
Online Meetings: 
10am:     Church Gathering Live-streamed on Facebook
11am:     YouTube Premiere: Give Us Today Our Daily Bread
7pm:       Communion on Zoom
7pm Communion Zoom access is through the same link as 7pm Prayer:
Meeting ID: 934 7433 6131
Password: 9az6mA

Covid-19 Protocols

If you plan to attend Life Church, please be prepared to observe the protocols below:
If you are shielding you should not attend until the shielding restrictions are lifted.
If you have symptoms of Covid-19 or are quarantined, you must not attend until you have completed your isolation period.
As of August 8th, face masks are required for all attendees at worship gatherings except the under 5's and those exempt.

1.       You must register to attend due to number restrictions [40 in auditorium, 10 in cafe]. 
2.       Sign in at Info Desk in cafe & sign out in stairwell foyer [to comply with Test and Protect] 
3.        Wash hands frequently & use the hand-sanitiser stations.
4.        Follow the one-way system; enter by the café, exit by side-door onto Hunter Street.
5.        Maintain recommended social distancing [eg 2m]; no hand-shakes or hugging please.
6.        Comply with the seating areas set out in congregational areas.
7.        No Bibles will be available on site. No leaflets will be available either.
8.         Face-masks must be worn at all times & consider gloves for door-handles, light-switches, etc. 
9.         Toilets will operate on a strict one in-one out system with queue management system. 
10.       Leave building promptly at end, taking any rubbish with you and disposing of used PPE.

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 Life Church Daily Prayer
7pm Daily Prayer
Meeting ID: 934 7433 6131
Password: 9az6mA

Pray for Laos
Pray for the unreached peoples of Laos, 89 languages are in use by the different ethnic people groups. Pray for:
 The Lao - the nation's dominant people. Anti-Christian government bias is a hindrance to the growth of Christian faith, as is the Lao culture. However there has been major growth among the Lao (>40,000 Christians), and they are key in bringing the gospel to the rest of Laos.
 The Tai tribes, speaking 15 languages. Mostly unevangelized and  they have almost no resources in their dialects; but their close affinity to the Lao, both linguistically and ethnically, affords them some opportunities to discover the good news.
 The mountain-dwelling Hmong people. Although there are very few Christians among them, they are very responsive spiritually.
 The northern peoples. Political conditions don't allow missionary work; pray this will change.
 The many small southern tribes received the gospel for the first time between 1957 and 1963, but war has prevented church planting among most of them. They have a deep fear of spirits; pray they will find freedom through Jesus.
For more information see
Sunday 9th August
10am:     Church Gathering Moss Street, Live streamed on Facebook
11am:     YouTube video premiere of sermon
11.30am: Family Gathering Moss Street
7pm:       Communion on Zoom

Fri:  11am Mothers Prayer Meeting Moss Street

Daily 7pm:  Zoom Prayer
The following prayer challenges are still being posted on our Facebook page:
Joshua Project Unreached of the Day Audio Digest
Operation World Prayer Calendar
30 Days of Prayer for the Muslim World

Coronavirus Update
As we are in level 3 of lockdown easing, we are required to practice social distancing when we go out and to wear masks in all shops. If anyone is feeling anxious about going out and about after being at home for four months, particularly if you've been shielding, be encouraged that God is faithful and trustworthy.

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