Seacombe Parish
Seacombe Parish

Seacombe Parish

From the vicar

On happiness:

Happiness is something you have to chooseto be. There are certain basics everyone needs like health and roof over their head but a person could have all the money in the world, and still be unable to acquire what it is they really want, and ultimately remain unhappy. A person could be surrounded by all their friends and loved ones, and still be lonely. And, a person could have to eat bugs to survive, in a cold, wet prison cell, and still be happy to eat those bugs, and happy to be alive.  This person has gratefully accepted their surroundings, and has found some good or greater meaning in it, making the experience more pleasurable. This person chose to be happy with what they had, by being mindful of the moment, recognizing the potential it may have.

 

The Apostle Paul in a letter that made it's way into the Bible said this:

 

"I know the experience of being in need and of having more than enough; I have learned the secret to being content in any and every circumstance, whether full or hungry or whether having plenty or being poor."

 

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Blessings to you

                                 Peter

 

 

 

 

Worship Services

Sundays:

11am - 

Holy Communion

or

Morning Praise (traditional)

 

12.30pm -

Weekly Worship (contemporary)

Tuesdays:

12 noon -

Worship Session