It can be all too easy to compartmentalise our lives as Christians on a Sunday from what we spend most of our weeks doing – working. Whatever your job, here at Euston Church we aim to help workers to understand the Bible and apply it to the 9-6. We do this through teaching, prayer and partnership and in particular through the dedicated workers’ ministries.
Euston Church runs two workers’ ministries in the area, Euston Area Talks and the King's Cross Network. The main meetings of these are weekly lunchtime talks and Bible Studies, both great places to be built up during the week and to bring along colleagues and friends to explore the Christian faith. There are also regular prayer groups, one-to-one Bible studies, Christianity Explored courses, Evangelism training and much more.
CURRENT TALK SERIES:
Acts: Continuing the revolution Jesus began
(...and the revolution continues here in London today...)
- Wed, 10 Jan - Christianity in the global spiritual market place (Acts 8:4-25)
- Wed, 17th Jan - To the ends of the earth... even your office? (Acts 8:26-40)
- Wed, 24th Jan -The unlikeliest convert ever (Acts 9:1-31)
- Wed, 31st Jan - What about people who have never heard? (Acts 9:31-11.18)
- Wed, 7th Feb - Why suppressing the bible is bad for your health (Acts 12)
- Wed, 14th Feb - Spiritual warfare (Acts 13:1-12)
- Wed 21st Feb - A word from the Lord for London (Acts 12:13-52)
Speakers: Kev Murdoch, minister of Euston Church and Rob Mullock, assistant minister of Euston Church.
CURRENT BIBLE STUDY SERIES:
Hebrews - We're currently looking at the book of Hebrews together. Hebrews is a book written to Christians to warn against the danger of drifting away from trusting in Jesus. The writer motivates readers to hold fast to Jesus by painting a wonderful picture of who he is and what he's done. We know that working in busy London jobs we can be prone to neglecting thinking about Jesus, and that drift can be a real danger for us; so looking at Hebrews together will be a great time for us to refocus on Jesus and hold fast to him
We'd love you and your colleagues to come along to our upcoming talk about the Christian faith. Details below.