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Made for More – Newsletter Jan 2020

Made for More, (formerly Schools and Youth Ministries, SYM), is a Chelmsford based organisation dedicated to providing a highly professional service which supports students and schools. They aim to help schools provide a broad, rich curriculum especially in the areas of social, physical, emotional and spiritual health.

Click the picture below to view or download a PDF of their January  newsletter

Also, do check out their website: symchelmsford.org 

Thy Kingdom Come 2020 – save the dates!

Between 21st May and 31st May 2020, millions of Christians worldwide will once again  unite in praying that more people would come to know the amazing love of Christ.

Take a look at three of the organisation’s most popular short films which we hope will encourage you in this New Year.

More details and to register your support and interest for a local prayer event, go to www.thykingdomcome.global

Thy Kingdom Come ‘Running’ video – Pledge To Pray For More People to Know Jesus from Thy Kingdom Come on Vimeo.

Thy Kingdom Come – Jasmine Yeboah, Youth President of Methodist Church from Thy Kingdom Come on Vimeo.

Praying for Five Friends #ThyKingdomCome from Thy Kingdom Come on Vimeo.

A day of Prophetic Intercession – 18th Jan 2020

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City Prayer in Chelmsford have joined with Transforming Essex for a Day of Prophetic Intercession – a call to all around the County of Essex with a heart for prayer and the prophetic.

David Gilbey, CTiC Chair and leader of City Prayer says, ‘There will be time for worship, to listen and to pray, for networking and together we hope to discern what the Lord is doing around Essex and where we can join Him, to see our County transformed by the Kingdom of God’.

Saturday 18th January 2020
Refreshments from 10 am, starting at 10.30 am
Finish about 3 pm
Life Church, Hall Street,
Chelmsford, CM2 0HG

No need to book, just turn up on the day.

Tea/coffee and biscuits will be provided during the day. Please bring a packed lunch, or there are a number of food outlets nearby.

We will take up a free will offering to cover expenses.

Getting there / parking

The Church is a 15 minute walk from Chelmsford railway station.

Buses, including from the City’s Park and Ride, stop on Parkway, about 100 yards from the Church. For Park and Ride details, click here.

There will be no parking at the Church and the closest public car parks are, Parkway, (directly behind the Church and accessible by steps), or Moulsham Street, (entrance in George Street, which is also slightly cheaper). You may find these and all car park details on the Chelmsford City Council website – click here.

Event Background

Transforming Essex logoEssex is often portrayed with a negative reputation; Essex girls and white van man!

From a vision in 2018 by a group of eight church leaders in the south of Essex, Transforming Essex is a growing family of believers pursuing God’s heart to transform Essex in all sections of society.

During 2019, Transforming Essex launched the concept of Roundtables. These are groups of like minded individuals who will join together to seek God, discuss, strategise, celebrate, communicate and act on the things God calls them to collectively, all with the aim of seeing the County thrive and see it walk in its heavenly identity.

One of these emerging groups is the Transforming Essex Intercessors Roundtable who, in partnership with Chelmsford’s City Prayer, have felt to issue this County-wide call to gather  – possibly the first time such a call has been given?

You are invited to become part the journey to see Essex transformed by the Kingdom of God.

Made for More – Newsletter December 2019

Made for More, (formerly Schools and Youth Ministries, SYM), is a Chelmsford based organisation dedicated to providing a highly professional service which supports students and schools. They aim to help schools provide a broad, rich curriculum especially in the areas of social, physical, emotional and spiritual health.

Click the picture below to view or download a PDF of their December  newsletter

Also, do check out their website: symchelmsford.org 

A Day of Prophetic Intercession – 18th January 2020

A day of prophetic intercession -180120 - A4 -A5
Click on the above image to open as a pdf – please feel free to share the event widely!

City Prayer in Chelmsford have joined with Transforming Essex for a Day of Prophetic Intercession – a call to all around the County of Essex with a heart for prayer and the prophetic.

There will be time for worship, to listen and to pray, for networking and together we hope to discern what the Lord is doing around Essex and where we can join Him, to see our County transformed by the Kingdom of God.

Saturday 18th January 2020
Refreshments from 10 am, starting at 10.30 am
Finish about 3 pm
Life Church, Hall Street,
Chelmsford, CM2 0HG

No need to book, just turn up on the day.

Tea/coffee and biscuits will be provided during the day. Please bring a packed lunch, or there are a number of food outlets nearby.

There will be a free will offering taken to cover expenses.

Getting there / parking

The Church is a 15 minute walk from Chelmsford railway station.

Buses, including from the City’s Park and Ride, stop on Parkway, about 100 yards from the Church. For Park and Ride details, click here.

There will be no parking at the Church and the closest public car parks are, Parkway, (directly behind the Church and accessible by steps), or Moulsham Street, (entrance in George Street, which is also slightly cheaper). You may find these and all car park details on the Chelmsford City Council website – click here.

Event Background

Transforming Essex logoEssex is often portrayed with a negative reputation; Essex girls and white van man!

From a vision in 2018 by a group of eight church leaders in the south of Essex, Transforming Essex is a growing family of believers pursuing God’s heart to transform Essex in all sections of society.

During 2019, Transforming Essex launched the concept of Roundtables. These are groups of like minded individuals who will join together to seek God, discuss, strategise, celebrate, communicate and act on the things God calls them to collectively, all with the aim of seeing the County thrive and see it walk in its heavenly identity.

One of these emerging groups is the Transforming Essex Intercessors Roundtable who, in partnership with Chelmsford’s City Prayer, have felt to issue this County-wide call to gather  – possibly the first time such a call has been given?

You are invited to become part the journey to see Essex transformed by the Kingdom of God.

If you have any questions, please click here and complete the Contact Form.

General Election Hustings – 7pm Tuesday 3rd December 2019

When? 7pm to 8.30pm, Tuesday 3rd December 2019

Where? Anglia Ruskin University, (ARU), Bishops Hall Lane, Chelmsford,  CM1 1SQ

Please arrive in good time. Upon arrival go to the main reception, where you will be guided/escorted across campus to the building being used. We are seeking to clarify car parking arrangements.

ARU have set up an Eventbrite page. It would be useful, to gauge numbers attending, if you could register on Eventbrite, but this is not a requirement to attend:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/chelmsford-hustings-tickets-82172336671

Please note, for those unable to attend, these Hustings will be broadcast live on social media and photographic equipment will be in use throughout the evening – we will publish a link to where the broadcast will be streamed as soon as is known.

If you wish to ask the candidates a question please email this in advance to community@aru.ac.uk

The following candidates are standing for election. We believe all will be attending the Hustings:

Vicky Ford, The Conservative party Candidate
Marie Goldman, Liberal Democrat
Mark Alan Lawrence, The Official Monster Raving Loony Party
Penny Richards, Labour Party

Background

During recent General Election Campaigns, we have facilitated a Hustings at Christ Church so that the Christians of our City can have opportunity to hear the views of our local Candidates and ask questions. We were looking to do the same for the forthcoming Election, when we discovered that ARU were also looking to hold a Hustings on the same evening!

Not least because CTiC is increasingly reaching out to our Community, it seemed an ideal opportunity to collaborate with ARU and we are pleased to say that, Chaired by Rev. Dan Pierce, of St. Francis Community Church, Beaulieu, a Hustings will now be held kindly hosted by ARU on their campus.

Do pray that the Hustings go well and that the views of all are fairly represented.


WE ADVISE YOU TO CHECK THIS PAGE BEFORE ATTENDING FOR FURTHER UPDATES:

https://ctic.org.uk/general-election-hustings-7pm-tuesday-3rd-december-2019/

Could you help run a CAP Money course at HMP Chelmsford?

The Christians Against Poverty (CAP) Money team at Chelmsford Prison are looking for more people to join us in running of Money Management Courses for the prisoners.

The courses run once a month for two consecutive Tuesdays and Wednesdays either morning then afternoon or vice-versa.

You will need a reference from one of your church leaders (who has known you for at least a year), to be vetted by the prison and undertake an induction programme.

Ideally you will be a CAP trained money coach but you can join anyway and be trained by CAP later.

More details of the Money course can be found on the CAP website:

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If you are interested please initially contact David Parker of Central Baptist Church who will answer any queries you may have on either 07915524396 or 01245344250 or email davidparker81@sky.com

Made for More – Update and Prayer Points November 2019

Made for More, (formerly Schools and Youth Ministries, SYM), is a Chelmsford based organisation dedicated to providing a highly professional service which supports students and schools. They aim to help schools provide a broad, rich curriculum especially in the areas of social, physical, emotional and spiritual health.

Click the picture below to view or download a PDF of their November  newsletter

Also, do check out their website: symchelmsford.org