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In my role as church leader, there are thoughts from God’s Word, The Bible, that I would often like to share with you. These may be inspired by something I have read or in response to something that I have heard on the news.

At times individual members of the Watering Hole leadership team share their thoughts too based on their experiences or an inspiring thought sparked by something they have heard or read.

We hope that the thoughts in this blog will help and inspire you as you read them.

Rosemary (Pastor at the Watering Hole)

Comforting Words

Comforting Words

When needing comfort or things seem to get on top of me I often go to the Psalms. Most were written by King David who experienced numerous family tensions, a war torn land, work place jealousies, bullying and all sorts of other challenges in his personal life. Many of the Psalms are rants at God, […]

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New Card Club Diary

New Card Club Diary

A new Card Club Diary has been published. The dates are listed below and you can also download and print out a hard copy if you wish by clicking on the button at the foot of this page. Join the Card Club We meet on the first and third Monday’s of the month from 1:30-4:30pm […]

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Starting Dates

Starting Dates

Now that the summer holidays are over we are getting back into the swing of work, school and all those things put aside for the summer. At the Watering Hole all our regular events and programmes are getting started again. Below you will find the start dates all in one place. Whether you are ‘a […]

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Creative Arts

Creative Arts

Creative Arts For Everyone (C.A.F.E.) Training Day Creative Arts can be for everyone so come and learn how you can use different creative art skills that you can use in school assemblies, worship services, holiday clubs and special events. To learn how read on… Learn new skills from the Watering Hole Creative Arts team, some of […]

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New Year Message for 2019

New Year Message for 2019

Clearing out the Clutter It is a well known psychological fact that stuff, baggage, hardships make it difficult to move on. Did you know that in the 40 years we have been married Gordon and I have moved house 15 times between England, Scotland and Wales? Each time we moved we found boxes of stuff […]

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Halloween – Is it a bit of harmless fun?

Halloween – Is it a bit of harmless fun?

Halloween has become one of the biggest events in the British calendar. Historically traditions associated with October 31st exist way back but ‘trick-or-treating’, is a relatively recent addition. Consumer reports say that spending on Halloween in the UK 10 years ago was only £12m; now it is £300m. For retailers, after Christmas and Easter, it […]

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