This website uses cookies to help present its pages to you. By viewing our website, you agree to our use of cookies

Message from the Manse

MikeHaving waded through water this week in Camberley, and then blown all over the place by Storm Brendan, it is hard to work out what the weather is doing at the moment. I am still expecting some snow, so to remind you that if we have heavy snow, do not attempt to get to church, just stay safe at home. The weather is so unpredictable, and what we once thought was a steady pattern is no longer the case. Just today, the news has reported that we have had the warmest decade on record. Climate change… global warming… whatever we call it the world weather patterns are certainly changing.

With all this uncertainty is wonderful to know that we have a faith that sustains us, and a God that never lets us down. Whenever we wonder what is happening in the world, and how we will cope we need to remember the words of that fabulous hymn by Brian Doerksen (Songs of Fellowship 89):

Faithful One so unchanging
Ageless One You're my rock of peace
Lord of all I depend on You
I call out to You, again and again
I call out to You, again and again
You are my rock in times of trouble
You lift me up when I fall down
All through the storm
Your love is the anchor
My hope is in You alone

Doerksen wrote this in 1989, and it links us back to many passages of scripture reminding of the solidity of our faith in Christ. As we are now in our second month of this new decade it is important that in all things, and at all times our faith remains solid, and rooted in a God that will never abandon us.

Through faith it is great to be linked to others of faith by being a member of His Church. On Easter Day it is always a joy to welcome new members into the life of High Cross Church, and the joint membership of the United Reformed and Methodist Churches. If your not a member of High Cross and would like to explore it further please come and have a chat. Glynis will also come and have a chat with those who have been attending over the last year who may wish to explore it further. It would be wonderful to welcome any who wish into the membership of High Cross Church.

With love and blessings, Mike

High Cross Church ‘A Church at the heart of Community’

Listen to the latest Sermons

Click here to hear the latest sermon.

Free Wi-Fi

High Cross Church offers free Wi-Fi access to visitors. This facility is usually available at all times when the Church is open. To use, the password which limits you to 90 minutes of WiFi is found printed on the main office window. Terms and conditions are available.

Contact Us

Email: highcross.office@gmail.com
Telephone: 01276 66798 

f logo RGB Blue 58

Twitter Social Icon Circle Color

The High Cross Church office is usually open during the following hours:
Monday to Friday: 9.00am to 5.00pm
Saturday: 9.00am to 12.30pm

Search our Site