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Wednesday, 16 September 2009

Restore Hope Latimer - Tuesday evening 2009

This is the marquee and below is some of the printed information that accompanied the event:
"Many local churches are partner churches for 'On Earth As In Heaven', Below is a list of the church pastors with their contact details. If you are looking for a church, these contacts are a great starting point.
Amersham Vineyard - Tom Biddulph
133 Woodside Road, Amersham, Bucks, HP6 6NJ
01494 728964 -
Broadway Baptist Church - Philip Thomas
78 The Broadway, Chesham, Bucks, HP5 1 EG
01494 772244 -
Carpenters Community Church - Ian Maxwell
84 Quickley Lane, Chorleywood, Herts, WD3 5AD
01923 285584 -
Chenies Baptist Church - Malcolm Hazell
The Manse, Chenies, Herts, WD3 6ED
01923 285361 -
Chesham Methodist Church - David Jebb
Bellingdon Road, Chesham, Bucks, HP5 2HA
01494 433504 -
Chesham United Reformed Church - Bridget Powell
The Broadway, Chesham, Bucks, HP5 1BX
01494 776014 -
Chorleywood Christian Fellowship - Tom Riley
48 Ryman Court, Stag Lane, Chorleywood, WD3 5HN
Christ Church, Chorleywood - Gavin Collins
Also, The Beacon, Arnett Hills
The Common, Chorleywood, Herts, WD3 5EJ
01923 282149 -
Connect Church, Chorleywood - James Roberts
Meet at St Clement Danes School
01923 286173 -
Gold Hill Baptist Church - Keith King
Gold Hill Common East, Chalfont St Peter, SL9 9DG
01753 887173 -
Holy Cross Church, Sarratt - Jim Stevens
The Vicarage, The Street, Chipperfield, Herts, WD4 9BJ
01923 265848 -
King's Church, Amersham - Paul Lynch
Chapel Yard, High Street, Amersham, HP7 ODJ
01494 728784 -
King's Church, Chesham - Rob Gorst
Nashleigh Court, 188 Severally Ave, Chesham, HP5 3EN
01494 792814 -
Ley Hill Methodist Church - Lindsay Faulkner
Ley Hill, Chesham, Bucks, HP5 3QR
01494 783048 -
Little Chalfont Methodist Church - Preben Andersen
Chalfont Avenue, Little Chalfont, Bucks, HP6 6RD
01494 766067 -
Mill End Baptist Church - Todd Nightingale
Field Way, Rickmansworth, Herts, WD3 TEL
01923 441115 -
Prestwood Methodist Church - Nigel Coke-Woods
High Street, Prestwood, Bucks, HP16 9EY
01753 884193 - www.prestwoodmethodists,
St Aidan's RC Church, Little Chalfont - Ken Payne
Finch Lane, Little Chalfont, Bucks, HP7 9NE
01494 763518
St Andrew's Church, Chorleywood - Nicky Pledger
37 Quickley Lane, Chorleywood, Herts, VVD3 5AE
01923 447111 -
St James' Church, Gerrards Cross - Martin Williams
Oxford Road, Gerrards Cross, Bucks, SL9 7DJ
01753 883311 -
St John's Methodist Church, Amersham - David Jebb
Woodside Road, Amersham, HP6 6AJ
01494 433504 -
St Leonard's Church, Chesham Bois - Huw Davies
Glebe Way, Chesham Bois, Bucks, HP6 5ND
01494 726139 -
St. Mary's Church, Amersham - Tim Harper
Church Street, Amersham, Bucks, HP7 ODB
01494 724426 -
St Mary's Church, Burnham - Tom Hewson
Hitcham Lane, Burnham, Bucks, SL1 7DP
01628 602881 -
St Mary's Church, Latimer - Mike Payne
St Mary's Church, Flaunden
The Rectory, Latimer, Bucks, HP5 1 UA
01494 764196 -
St Michael's Church, Chenies - David Allsop
St George's Church, Little Chalfont
The Rectory, Chenies, Bucks, WD3 6ER
01923 284433 -
St Paul's Church, Chipperfield - Jim Stevens
The Vicarage, The Street, Chipperfield, Herts, WD4 9BJ
01923 265848 -
St Peter's Church, Rickmansworth - Nicholas Pnematicatos
St John's Church, Heronsgate
St Thomas' Church, West Hyde
Berry Lane, Rickmansworth, Herts, WD3 7HQ
01923 770369 -
St Thomas' Church, Holtspur - Stephen Painting
Mayflower Way, Beaconsfield, Bucks, HP9 1 OF
01494 670460 -
Trinity Baptist Church, Chesham - Colin Cartwright
The Forelands, Red Lion St, Chesham, Bucks, HP5 1 EZ
01494 775651 -
Chris continues:
I am not claiming that all members of these churches were wholeheartedly supporting the event, but a sizeable number from each of the churches were, either as attendees ,or as volunteers and 1500 were needed. It was professionally organised and safely directed. The difference in the car park to a "more normal area" is the high quality of cars. This is one of the most well to do neighbourhoods in England. Now before anyone reacts, think of this.
When has that happened before in little old England? The pentecostal move was mainly among the poor to middleclass. When I was baptised in the Spirit in 1972, trying to communicate to these very valleys was a nightmare. Nobody was interested.They were too rich.
In the tent then, unlike RIVERCamp, which was organised by the Elim stream of churches, was a complete range of Conformist and non-Conformist denominations and independent churches.
And you know what? OK, you got the sense that for some this was all relatively new,

God's wisdom in raising up an independent territory for a marquee, in this case spearheaded by the Entertainer businessman Gary Grant, is less threatening for the individual churches. It is clear that no personal or network empires are being built. This is about the Kingdom of God. This is the Body building itself in love, worship and focussing on God.

Just as Germany would not listen to its own prophet in the backyard - Rheinhardt Bonnke, and instead responded to the university credibility of John is interesting that Mark Stibbe is almost universally recognised for his authority in the Word, as well as his spiritually anointed prophetic insight. John and Carol Arnott have a very gentle and powerful authority to which people of all types and shades of British Christian seem to respond.

It seems that my previous post has turned out to be possible. Here I mentioned how difficult it was at times in Amersham Old Town Baptist. This is now King's Church pastored by Paul Lynch.When I arrived at the marquee, two sets of people enquired how I was feeling after the night before. I was puzzled since this was my first visit. It turns out Paul Lynch had been zapped on the platform through Carol Arnott and had spent a considerable time flat out. They were mistaking me for Paul when he has his glasses on.

The other interesting Godsident concerned the guy I sat with called David. He is now in Beaconsfield Baptist. He is in his 50s I think. Touched in USA in 1986, he was blown out by British church experience on his return. (I wouldn't say UK church was bad or anything!!!!)But in 2002 he attended an Alpha course, recommitting his life. His Dr Challoners son!!!had got work in China, and had been really zapped while out there. Both he and his son had attended City Church International. This had worked well for his son Michael, but he had not felt so well received himself. Different churches get on with different age groups. It could be that Rob Rufus does best in the 20-35 age group. But anyway, what are the odds of sitting next to someone who has been there!!!

Oh I never said about John and Carol's session. It was along the lines of Monday morning at Rivercamp where Christine received a 50% healing to her elbow, which still continues. Different healings were being received and testified to on Tuesday night. Quite new stuff for our little Chess Valley!!!


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