Notices For The Week 24th January 2021


MELKSHAM BAPTIST CHURCH   24th January 2021 

PASTOR: Mr Joshua Parmar 

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This week: 

We conclude the Fruit of the Spirit—

This week: Self-Control

BMS Birthday greetings 


Church News

For information 

 With the Notice Sheet this week you should also have received a Church Life Summary update.

 The latest Baptists Together magazine is now available, as is the latest Good News newspaper. Both and can be provided on request.

 The Government and individual MPs are coming under considerable pressure from well-funded lobby groups, led by ‘Dignity in Dying’, who are hard at work softening the ground for a fresh legislative push to change the law on assisted suicide. Over the last 12 months, these groups have been engaging intensively with MPs and are claiming as many as 90 MPs have changed their mind on assisted suicide and would now vote in favour. They have changed their minds in large part because the lobbyists have focused on empowering their supporters to write to, or meet over zoom, with their MPs. Faced with these pressures, we urgently need to help defend the value of life. It is vital that MPs hear from people like us about why calls for either a review of or change to the existing law should be strongly rejected. See CARE’s campaign web-page for guidance.




Prayer Topics

People to pray for: 

• All who are struggling with being shut-in.

• All our Members 


As you listen to the sermon today keep in mind and try applying



KNOWING… Dedicate your life to an intimate personal relationship with God through prayer and studying His Word.

GROWING… Actively invest yourself in our Church family, growing alongside our brothers and sisters in Christ.

GOING…      Deliberately share our faith in all we do, both inside and outside the church walls.


Sermon Notes  




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National lockdown 3 means that, sadly, we cannot yet get back to meeting together for worship, prayer or study. Weekly sermons continue on YouTube every Sunday morning

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