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Vic Gill is currently serving as a church planter at Grace Church Southall with pastoral, preaching and teaching responsibilities.
Today, members of Grace Church Southall spent the afternoon working in and around the church building on Hortus Road, Kingston Road and Osterley Park Road, Southall. As we are in the Christmas season and preparing for Christmas services to be held this December, the church members got together to work. Here’s a brief report of what happened. Continue readingView Post
There are some assumptions we often carry in life without them ever being checked or challenged. They include those things which some would call ‘protocol’ or ‘social and cultural norms’. Put simply, things we often take for granted. This past weekend something I have taken for granted and considered a protocol was not only checked, but also challenged; both in a gentle and mild fashion. Continue reading
Last month the men who attended the Basic Training for Church Planters in London were blessed to learn about Biblical Exegesis and Soteriology (The Doctrine of Salvation). The study notes have been kindly made available by Pastor Barry King and … Continue reading
This article was originally commissioned and published in Grace Magazine (Spring Easter Issue). Please visit http://www.gracemagazine.org.uk/ for more information and to subscribe. I’ve got a great job. I get to work with scientists in various fields of science who are … Continue reading
If you’ve ever desired to support the work of missions and church planting, but haven’t really known where to begin, let me help you. There has always been a great need to plant churches. In fact, there will always be a need to plant churches until the Lord Jesus Christ comes back. This is quite evident through the multitudes of people who have yet to hear the Gospel of Jesus Christ. But here’s the deal; we are presented with an even greater challenge of not only planting churches, but planting thoroughly Biblical churches for the glory of God and the good of man. Read more. Continue reading