Sunday, October 19, 2014

Scott on tour, coming to a church near you soon ...

 As we start thinking about leaving and saying our goodbyes in Peru we are also planning our speaking engagements for when we return to the UK. We arrive in the UK in December when we will move into the manse in Rayleigh. Scott will be visiting churches in January and February 2015. Unfortunately there is not enough time to visit all of our supporting churches but if you are able to travel to hear him speak about the work of BMS World Mission in Cusco he would be delighted to see you.

Sunday 14th December New Malden Baptist Church   10.30am,  6.30pm

Saturday 3rd January Leicester Baptists in Mission Friar lane and Braunstone Baptist Church, Leicestershire 12-3pm

Sunday 4th January Union Baptist Church, High Wycombe 10.15 am

Sunday 11th January Carshalton Beeches Baptist Church 10.30am

Tuesday 13th January Queens St Baptist Church, Godalming 6.30pm

Sunday 18th January Leigh Baptist Church, Lancashire 11.15 am

Wednesday  21st January Inverness Baptist Church, Scotland  7.30pm

Sunday 25th January Cupar Baptist Church, Scotland  10.30 am

Sunday 1st February Trafalgar Road Baptist Church, Horsham 10.30am

Sunday 8th February Stanton Road Baptist Church, Luton 10.30 am

In February, Scott will be taking up the role of Senior Pastor at Rayleigh Baptist Church in Essex. His induction service is on Saturday 28th February at 3pm, we would love friends from some of our supporting churches to attend, if you would like to be there please let the church know for catering purposes by sending an email to pa@rayleighbaptist.org.uk .

So it is all change for the Williamsons, moving from Peru to the UK, setting up a new home, starting new jobs and new schools. Please continue to pray for us in the unsettling months ahead. God is our rock and although everything around us seems to be changing he is unchanging and is always faithful.



1 comment:

Andi Gray said...

Hey Scott, don't know if you'll remember me from way back at coningsby (different life time). Just come across your blog and saw you were moving back over here. I wanted to wish you and your family all the best as you return to the uk. Will be thinking of you, your family and your new congregation.