Recently renovated and well equipped - beautiful space to hire, overlooking Mulbarton Common
Harvest House has many possible uses. The house can be hired as a complete facility or rooms can be hired individually. (In the event of more than one booking in the house, the ground floor hirer would have use of the front garden and first option on the kitchen.)
It has been used for church prayer meetings, Counselling sessions, Alpha weekends, Tearcraft Sales, training days, Bible Study, Music and Drama group rehearsals, Sunday School away days, Fellowship group activities, Bring and Share meals, a country day out for city churches - and is the main locations for Mulbarton Church's children's and young people's groups on Sunday mornings.
- A large meeting room (9.1m x 3.3m) with direct access to the front garden.
- Kitchen with "range" cooker, fridge-freezer, microwave, water heater, crockery and cutlery.
- A cloakroom-WC with disabled facilities.
- "Common View" (3.4m x 3.9m).
- "Barn View" (3.5m x 3.8m). This hold the storage of toys and materials for babies and toddlers, so is best suited as a cr?che.
- A "Prayer Room" (3.5m x 3.0m). This is set out a comfortable place to pray, with many helpful items and pictures to help.
- A cloakroom-WC with shower.
- There is also a small church office which is not for hire.
- A private, gravelled car park, holding around 15 cars. (Further parking is available at the church and near-by village hall.)
- The front garden is an enclosed, child-friendly area, with direct access into the main meeting room.
- The back garden is a large, open grassed area, spreading out to both sides. There is also a small climbing-frame with a slide.
- There is also a "Party Tent" (5m v 3m) that may be available. This can be placed anywhere in the garden, but is often sited against the doorway into the main room to give an extra "outdoor room".
There are various items of equipment that can be moved around as required:
- Chairs - both "indoor" and outdoor "picnic" varieties.
- Tables - mainly melanine, folding-leg varieties.
- Catering facilities - mugs, plates, cutlery, pans, dishes, etc.
- Children's and baby's toys.
- Some outdoor games - footballs, badminton, hoola-hoops, etc.
- Televisions are located in most rooms (but no TV licence!), with video recorders or DVD players.
COST OF HIRE:
Hire cost is from £5.50 - full details or rents can be found by contacting the booking secretary, Caroline Dunlop on 01508 579111, Mon-Thu 10am-1pm, or by email on email@example.com
Minimum hire 2 hours.
Deposit required of £25, repayable after post-booking inspection.
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Coming Up Next...
Thu, 21 Feb, 2019, 10am @ Mulbarton Primary School
Messy Church leaps back into action in 2019 with our first gathering in February half term on Thursday 21 February.
We will meet in Mulbarton Primary School from 10 am to 12 noon. We have a lot of fun and usually get quite messy
exploring a Bible story through crafts, activities, acting out the story, song and prayer. We draw everything together
with lunch, which is provided. Do come along and join in, meet other families and find out more about how we can
follow Jesus in our everyday lives. Cost: £1 for each adult and child to cover costs.
We meet again in the school Easter holidays on Thursday 18 April and in the May half term on Thursday 30 May.
Contact Cathy for more details -
Coming Up Soon...
Bracon Ash Arts Festival (1 month to go)
BAA Festival: 'Smooth Classics at Seven ... 30!' with Laurence Bennett - Piano (1 month to go)
BAA Festival: '241 - Christian Musical Comedy (1 month to go)
BAA Festival: Choral Evensong (1 month to go)
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Emotionally Healthy Discipleship
Posted: Sat, 2 Feb, 2019 (2 weeks ago) by Adrian
Love God and love others. Sounds simple enough. How hard can it be? We know it's the way of life that Jesus introduced to the world. It sounds good. I've not met a Christian who disagrees with the sentiment. And yet, in practice, it doesn't always work out the way we imagine. Just how do we do it?
Do we just make a decision, pray a one-line prayer, and we're good to go?
Or do we actually need to invest time and effort and learn new disciplines in order to cultivate a real life of devotion - of living in the Father's love and knowing Jesus? And if, like me, you realise that this is something that doesn't just come automatically, how do we do it effectively?
The reality is that many professing Christians remain too long in the shallows of divine love, and rarely experience the depths that God offers. There are unvisited emotions, locked away under the surface of our lives. There are unrecognised and ungrieved losses that we've experienced. There are unresolved issues and unprocessed conditioning from our past that tie us to old unredeemed ways. There are pressures and expectations, lifestyle patterns and choices, that keep us from the sustaining rhythms and rules of love and devotion.
When we slow down and take the time to face these things and explore them, like many before us, we can find lasting transformation that connects us with the love of God and new ways of living and being.
Peter Scazzero was a leader of a church in New York, which appeared to be flourishing. He was doing all the things that looked good, and earned admiration from certain sectors of the church - but the reality was that he was too stressed and busy to properly attend to his family, his own soul or his life with God. After a crunch time came, he took 4 months out of ministry and learnt some really important things about emotional health, which utterly transformed the church, and has since developed into the discipleship course, which we are preparing to look at over Lent next year.
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