Cell Church

"Doing Different"

As well as a church in each village, the Tas Valley cell church lives up to the Norfolk tradition of "doing different". Cells are vital parts of the body - and cells in church life are there to multiply and grow and keep the body healthy. Cells are small groups of people who meet as church-in-miniature.

They are like cells which contain the DNA of what it means to be church - worshipping together, learning from the bible, caring for each other, the wider church and sharing God's love in the local community and wider world.

We are a sister church within the Tas Valley Team, committed to working to complement the ministry of the six parish churches.

Here are our values:

  • All Involved
  • Becoming Disciples
  • Creating Community
  • Doing Evangelism
  • Encountering God

You can learn more about cell churches on the cell uk website:

www.celluk.org.uk

 

Latest News/Feature...


The Blessing of Giving

Around 40 people gathered to worship at our Benefice Service this morning in Swainsthorpe Church.  Julian Bryant from Christian Aid spoke on John 6:1-15.  The collection totalled £175.70 all of which will go to help children in Kenya affected by HIV.  This is a ‘matched giving’ scheme - for every £1 donated another £17 is added - this means the project will benefit by almost £3000.  Thanks to all who gave so generously.

God blesses us to be a blessing!

Dawn

 

 

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