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Prayer is to faith what breath is to life.

J.C. Ryle

Prayerful Hearts

Let us pray…

Community of the Way is committed to the importance of prayer in the life of discipleship. 

 
 

“If we want to see things changed, it starts with prayer. It starts with a new spirit of prayer that draws us to seek God together.
We will need to learn and borrow from all the traditions, ancient and modern. It might be linked to some of the great movements of the past – for example, those led by Benedict, Francis, Clare and Wesley – yet I expect it to look different, as a new renewal for new times. God’s created community is always perfectly designed for its time and place.
Yet it almost always begins from below: when Christians get serious about seeking Christ, together.”

-       Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury

 
 

Enquiring Minds

Living a reflective life…

We believe that the Bible is a central part of the Christian life. We are committed to: studying the bible; theological enquiry and praxis; and learning about ourselves and our global community.

 
 
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“And I think that's what our world is desperately in need of - lovers, people who are building deep, genuine relationships with fellow strugglers along the way, and who actually know the faces of the people behind the issues they are concerned about.” 

Compassionate Lives

 
 

relationships…

As followers of the Way of Christ we value relationships and engaging with our wider community, both local and global. We are committed to seeking to live justly and kindly. 

 
 

Shared Life

The shared life activities that the community take part in are: 

 
 

HOSPITALITY

 

 

COnnection

 

 

Sustainability

 

 

presence