On this first sunday of Advent, Pastor Karen talked about Moses and how he, often against his inner will, had to trust God in the face of a very few over-whelmingly obvious signs and, on the other hand, some very many less-obvious signs.
The sermon went down very well today and we are hoping that Pastor Karen might revisit what she talked about this afternoon in her next blog.
Two weeks ago, HCC held its annual Remembrance Service. An extra-special year, as Armistice Day coincided with Remambrance Sunday, but prinicpally as it commemorated the 100th anniversary of the cessation of hostilities that siginified, finally, the end of the Great War.
HCC's Remembrance Service had all the aspects of what would have been expected at any such service, complete with appropriate Remembrance hymns, ceremony, tradition, extracts of war poems from the Great war and full observance of Two Minute's Silence complete with The Last Post and sounding of Reveille, followed by the Exhortation.
Some photos of the day are below: Pastor Rev. Karen Bassett; Nicholas Bassett (Premises Engineer & Fire Safety officer); David Morris (Caretaker & Driver).
Nicholas Bassett, Premises Engineer for Hayling Christian Centre and the Pastor's husband. My background is Engineering, not I.T. so creating this whole website has been a challenge for me. Hopefully it's working out okay. Hope you enjoy this NEWS page. You can join-in by leaving comments (please be nice).