Here are some ideas on how you can stay in touch with friends and family, individually or in groups using your phone or tablet.
March 21, 2020
Got a phone? Call someone
Phones were originally designed for talking to each other over long distances so it’s great that we can still call each other. Make some time every day to give someone you haven’t spoken to in a while, a quick call. You never know how timely it might be.
Those morning trips to the cafe are going to be impossible during the closure of cafes and restaurants but why not try recreating it on WhatsApp or other apps like Telegram? If you all have iPhones you could use Facetime calling. Once you’ve set up your group, arrange a time that coincides with your usual meetup, grab a coffee from the cupboard or your Tassimo coffee maker and dial into your group for a natter.
Here are some links explaining how to set up and make group calls using your favourite apps.
This lesson teaches us how God uses trouble, temptation and trespass to mould us into the image of Christ.
Welcome Inn meets alternate Wednesdays at 12.30 pm in the back hall.
Our time together starts with a cooked lunch costing £4.00 and then continues with a talk, a cup of tea, and an activity (crafts, games or a quiz) with the aim of fostering friendship amongst all those who attend.
Rob’s testimony tells of trying times and trusting in God to get him through the darkness when all around were falling. His testimony is encouraging reading to all those going through trying times.
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