Shrewsbury Evangelical Church is based in the Springfield Estate area of Shrewsbury. We are made up of people from a wide range of ages and backgrounds.
Dear Friends and Brethren,
As from this Sunday July 26th we will be resuming our public worship with a morning service only. We are closely following government advice on this and as soon as we are able I trust that we will be able to gradually return to our normal Sunday worship programme of morning and afternoon services.
Please read carefully the guidance notes that have been sent to you so that you understand the procedures for staying safe while we gather publicly during the first few weeks.
Also, if you are intending to worship with us this Sunday we will need to know that you are coming. This can be done by contacting the Elders, or our Deacon Adrian Alcocok. Alternatively, you can leave a message on the church website. This must be done by both members and visitors.
I look forward very much to meeting with you as we worship our very good God together.
''Hear me, O Lord, for Your lovingkindness is good; turn to me according to the multitude of Your tender mercies.'' Psalm 69:16
To our neighbours on Mereside and the locality:
We invite all who live locally to join with us on Sundays in worship and to hear the Gospel, the good news of the Lord Jesus Christ being preached. In a world that is full of insecurity and uncertainties there is still only one consistent and steadfast security and that is found in the message of the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ.
What is the Gospel?
The Gospel is the good news that Jesus Christ died for your sins and mine died and rose again triumphing over His enemies so that there is now no longer condemnation for those who believe in Him but the knowledge of a clean conscience and a right heart with God.
Have you made your peace with God?
The Bible is very clear that we can only make peace with God while we are in this life, before death and then eternity. Christ provides the way to God, Hebrews 9.27 'Just as people are destined to die once, and after that to face judgment..' but God in His mercy has provided a way back to us from this fearful judgement - 1 Tim.1.12 states: 'Christ Jesus came in to the world to save sinners'.
There is nothing that is more important than to give time to considering your standing with God and making your peace with Him
Will you give time to explore these very personal issues and come to hear the word of God preached this year?
We pray that you will - again I repeat 'Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners'.
We look forward to welcoming you among us in the coming weeks and months.
Contact details: firstname.lastname@example.org or 'phone 07870 847672.
Sermons that were preached more than six months ago are held in our archive. If you wish to find a sermon that's been deleted from our website please contact us and we will gladly let you have access to a copy.
Midweek Meetings (Please note all our midweek meetings are now suspended until further notice)
Wednesday 7.30pm – Prayer and Bible study
Thursday 10.00am – Ladies’ Group (please contact us for information, as there are fewer meetings in the school holidays).
These are all held at members’ homes. Please contact us to find out more.
This page was last updated at 17:00 on Sunday 18th October 2020.