Alpha Holy Spirit Day is this Saturday 5th November at the Wickbourne Centre. Experience shows that these times are often a very significant part of the Alpha Course, please remember to pray for everyone who is attending. The day runs from 10am until around 3pm and lunch is included. If you would like to be part of this, please contact David Thatcher.

Redeeming Prayer is this Saturday 5th November, 8 – 9am, at the Mosses’ house, Fircroft Crescent, Rustington, followed by an optional bring and share breakfast. This is a time to pray for our family and friends, to see them come to salvation and for those who have known God to return.
Everyone is also welcome to attend the following weekly prayer meetings.

The God Particle, Tuesday 8th November 7.30 – 9pm (doors open 7pm) at The Littlehampton Academy. The God Particle is a romantic comedy about faith, knowledge and love.

The play is set in the village of Threepiggs. Dr Bex Kenworthy from the nearby Institute of Advanced Quantum Theory is in the pub, having been stood up by a lab-technician. When Dr Gilbert Romans arrives, things are looking up… until she discovers he is, in fact, the new local vicar. She is a die-hard sceptical scientist. He is a heavenly-minded clergyman. Together they create entirely the wrong kind of reaction. There is an argument.

It is a play that takes both science and religion seriously, with each challenging the other. Bex and Gilbert do their best to find common ground and in the process they argue about scientific evidence, the nature of miracles, Sir Isaac Newton, the power of prayer and how a good God allows suffering in the world. It’s deep, smart and a bit Dr Who. The writer, James Cary, has written for TV’s Miranda Hart and Mock The Week’s Milton Jones, so it’s no surprise the play is full of jokes, characters and absurd situations that teenagers can relate to. It provides an engaging way of encouraging students to consider the purpose and practice of both science and religion, and how they come together.

Tickets are £3 each and available online here.

Board on Friday, Friday 11th November. Whether you play for fun and enjoyment or you prefer to match your wits and intellect against like-minded opponents, all tastes are accommodated here! Come and join us at Wickbourne Centre, 7.30 – 10.30pm, 50p nominal fee. Games provided, or bring your own.

Men of Arun Breakfast Calling all chaps! Come and join us on Saturday 12th November for a bacon butty and an opportunity to connect with God and other ACC guys, at the Wickbourne Centre, 8.45 – 11.15am. During the morning we’ll be interviewing Jon Jolly.

Cost is £4 on the day to cover food & drinks. To book your place please click here. For more info see Austin Wade, Gareth Nunes, Martin Watson, Phil Atherton, Flix Gillett, Graham Rees, Andy Ruddock or Cookie Knowles.