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Sabbath Worship with the TED President


9th May 2015

Recently the members of Camp Hill Church had the opportunity to host the TED president, Pastor Raafat Kamal, at their worship service. Before he took the service Pastor Raafat Kamal was interviewed by our Senior Pastor, Dr Patrick Herbert and the members learned that Lamentations 3:22 is his favourite Bible text; ‘How Great Thou Art’ is his favourite song; and when he meets Jesus he is going to ask Him about a number of different situations and how Jesus brought him through them.

The advice he gave the church prior to delivering the sermon was: ‘We are all on a journey, wherever you are on your walk with God. When you woke up this morning you were given a mini resurrection and He has guided your steps; don’t waver about trusting God – He is always to be trusted. God is there. He will pick you up when you fall. He will forgive you and He will bless you!’ Pastor Kamal’s sermon was entitled, ‘What On Earth Are We Here For?’ through which he reinforced the fact that we are all here to be ambassadors of reconciliation; to be missionaries of Christ; and to thrive, not just survive!

Family Fun Day


11th April 2015

The Camp Hill Church Family Ministries team ran a Family Fun night on 11 April 2015. The three-hour session at Calthorpe Academy in Highgate, Birmingham, included swimming, use of the gymnasium and table tennis. The sports hall activities included badminton, netball and basketball. Over 100 members and friends of the church attended the event. All ages were accommodated. They enjoyed the opportunity to exercise and socialise together. Money collected at the door will be used for ADRA and some future Family Ministries events. The event started and ended with prayer. Food and snacks were on sale, and there were also health checks for those who wanted one-to-one consultations on how to improve their health. None of this would have been possible without the generous support of Andy, the gym owner.