“Because of the Lord’s great love we are not consumed,
for His compassions never fail.
They are new every morning;
great is your faithfulness.”
(Lamentations 3: 22 – 23)
NH2021 July Update
It was so good to gather together for the Zoom Prayer Breakfast on Saturday 12 June. Thank you to everyone who took time to seek God together. We are deeply grateful.
There is just over a month to go until we’re LIVE online with NH2021 – People of Peace. Please pray for our 2021 speakers as they prepare to share from the word of God.
Join us from the comfort of your own home by tuning in to the NH2021 Livestream from 9 to 13 August via social media (@newhorizonni) or on the New Horizon YouTube Channel. We’re delighted that there will be an opportunity to sing together led by New Irish Arts.
In what has been a turbulent year, we know there will be great joy in coming together to worship and to receive from God’s word. Don’t miss this opportunity to consider what it means to be People of Peace.
Thank you for your prayers and donations that help us to continue serving you, both now and into the coming year.Donate to NH2021
Check out these NH Seminars for 2021
UK poverty – why should I care?
with Chris Cupples
A look at UK poverty and how we can respond as Christians
Is it really the responsibility of the Church and followers of Jesus to do something about it? To not only care but to be stirred into action? Jesus sets out his mandate in Luke 4 – focusing on the poor and oppressed. That calling is also for us today. We are to both preach and be good news. The COVID pandemic has caused an even greater income and wealth divide – low paid workers, people in debt, single parents, black and ethnic communities have all been hardest hit. How can the Church respond in the years to come? What can you do?
Chris is a Director in Christians Against Poverty with responsibility for the UK network of CAP services all run in partnership with local Churches
Identity Politics, Racism, Tribalism and the Gospel
with Nathaniel Jennings
How are disciples of Jesus to engage with a divided and hostile world?
We will be exploring how the good news of Jesus deals with social divisions and conflicts. We will particularly be reflecting on the Black Lives Matter movement, so called ‘woke culture’ and how Christians engage with social justice movements. We will be discussing what are the kingdom alternatives to the increasing tribalism and polarisation we see in society. What should be our posture and purpose in the midst of this?
Nathaniel Jennings comes from an Anglo-American-Caribbean background, but was born and grew up in Bangladesh and has lived in Northern Ireland for the past 10 years. He is currently the Ireland Area Representative for OMF International
Building your child’s emotional health
with Katharine Hill
How to build resilience in our children’s lives in a post pandemic world
Based on Katharine Hill’s latest book ‘A Mind of Their Own’ this session will give you practical actionable ideas grounded in Biblical wisdom and up to date research to help build your child’s confidence and wellbeing. Unpacking the challenges of the pandemic on our children’s lives –and discovering opportunities in the midst of these difficult times to help our children learn to manage anxiety, to build resilience and to discover their God given identity. In the context of the challenges, bringing parents a message of confidence and hope!
Katharine Hill is the UK Director of Care for the Family. She is a well-known speaker, broadcaster and author of a number of books including her latest book A Mind of Their Own. She is married to Richard and has four children and three grandchildren.
9 – 13 August
Join Dave and Matt Campbell as they chat with special guests in a series of podcasts, asking the questions that you want answers to! To have your say, submit a question by DM on Facebook.
If you haven’t already please check out our newly refreshed website! Check it out! www.newhorizon.org.uk
“Blessed are the peacemakers,
for they will be called children of God.”
May the Lord bless you and keep you in the coming days.
The Board & Management Team