February 2014

February 2014

Marks of a multi-cultural church

We have been challenged from several "passionate" prayers over recent weeks to see change - in us, in those around us and in our world. But we are community people. We are "the church", those who are "assembled" or "called out" [Ekklesia]. Indeed, the bible calls us "the Bride of Christ".

Here in Siem Reap we worship as a multi-national, multi-cultural and inter-denominational church? So what are some of the distinctives of CFSR? In February and into March, we will be exploring some of these "Marks of a multi-cultural church" from the Bible. Join us and pray that God will speak to all of us through His inspired Word.

DateTopicRefSpeakerOther info
5th FebruaryPassionate prayers for changePaul - growth (Eph 3:14-21)Ivor GreerCommunion
9thMarks of a multi-cultural churchUnity? - but we all differentIvor Greer
16thMarks of a multi-cultural churchUnity - what doesJesus pray? (John 17)Jez Heasman
23rdMarks of a multi-cultural churchCFSR - are we all on the move?Randy Odom
2nd MarchMarks of a multi-cultural churchCFSR - are we all serving?Ivor Greer Communion
Small Groups: 
Women's Evening StudyMonday7:00pmCommon GroundsGlen (092 890549)
Tuesday Small GroupsTuesday7:30pmVariousCheck with Pastor Ivor (012 617499)
Women's Morning StudyWednesday 8:30amAnnelise's HouseCarol (077 301150)
Living StonesWednesday12noonBread of LifeIvor (012 617499)

Men's Breakfast: each Friday

Come for food, good conversation and connections.

At 7.00am at Bread of Life (No 601 on rhs of street opposite Common Grounds)

Women's Fellowship:

6:00pm Friday 28th February 2014

This month, at Jenny & Kevin's House


... FOCUS FOR February:

---Wisdom and grace among Cambodian Church leaders. Pray for the Timothies All Project (TAP) seeking to train and encourage unity among senior leaders across most church groups in the country.