It’s time to start thinking about preparing your Christmas Shoeboxes to be sent to disadvantaged children around the world. Watch this quick video of what it can mean to a child who receives a box… Continue reading Christmas Shoebox Appeal
In life we often get caught up in ourself and our own priorities. In this week’s talk, Rev. Ian Davies reminds us to set our focus on God and in doing so the rest of Continue reading Set your focus
This week’s sermon is delivered by visiting Reader Eric Quirk. He talks to us about prayer and advises us to ‘Just do it!’. Colossians 2:6-15 and Luke 11:1-13
You are special. That’s what Rev. Ian Davies’ message is in his family talk. In the main sermon, we look at what Martha actually did wrong when she criticised Mary for not helping when Jesus Continue reading Mary or Martha?
How do you deal with people that won’t accept you? In life we face all sorts of people and problems, and so did Jesus. Luke 9:51-56
It’s so easy to get caught up in what we are doing and what is important to us that we often overlook those in need, even when that person is right in front of us. Continue reading Room to change
This week’s talk is given by our Gap Year Youth Worker, Joel Rowlands, during what is his last church service at Marown before his time with us draws to a close. Joel talks about a Continue reading Upwards, inwards and outwards
A day out for the young people of Marown! Meet at Douglas Train Station at 9:30 to catch the 9:50 train to Castletown. Bring your own picnic and play things (bat and ball, frisbee etc.). Continue reading Picnic, Park and Play
If you fancy a Gap Year on the Isle of Man working with youth to develop God’s Kingdom, then take a look at this video by the Scripture Union Ministries Trust based in Port St. Continue reading Fancy a Gap Year?
It’s Pentecost Sunday and Rev. Ian Davies talks about the amazing change that the Holy Spirit can bring with the aid of a picture of his pet lobster (a stereogram). John 14:15-19 and Acts 2:14-21