See I will beckon to the nations, I will lift up my banner to the peoples; they will bring your sons in their arms
and carry your daughters on their shoulders.
Christians Care International (CCI)has always been defined by a promise which God gave to the Jewish people in the book of Isaiah that He would call upon the Gentile nations to raise them up and bring them back home to Israel.
To answer that calling, CCI is bringing Christians from around the world together to gather, bless and bring our suffering Jewish brothers and sisters home to Israel through our life-saving programs. By being a direct service provider to Jewish communities in the Former Soviet Union, we are also able to break down thousands of years of misunderstanding that has occurred with our brothers and sisters and replace it with love, understanding and mutual respect.CCI seeks to raise up individuals out of poverty and despair and then secondly, the rising up of that individual to Israel.
To date, we have helped over 93,000 of our brothers and sisters return home to Israel, healthy and whole. We have over 1,700 abused and neglected Jewish orphans and underprivileged children under our care in our cutting edge Children’s Rehabilitation Programs. And, we are providing life-saving humanitarian aid and emergency medical care to suffering Holocaust Survivors, elderly Jewish people, individuals and families.Please pray for CCI and their work.
In Nehemiah we see a group of people who in a time of difficulty, committed to the task and each other with vision and hope!
trusting God to give them success.
Yet there were those who complained & criticised, adding to the trouble and doing nothing to help!But looking at the situation, seeing the hurdles, the difficulties, the inconveniences and seeking to do something to make a difference takes guts, determination and effort.
It’s so much easier to be a victim who sees and highlights the problems! commenting in a way that adds to the problem!But that’s not what God is looking for! That’s not what he has called us to live for and that’s not what he created us for!
Consider your ways, your words and your actions?And ask are your words and actions part of the solution or adding to the problem?Let’s be a people that stand with hope and trust in Almighty God! remembering his greatness, asking for his strength and knowing his joy.Let’s be a people who seek out solutions!Nehemiah calls us to believe that God will give us success!
If you would like to give to the work of Lifewell Church, you can give by cheque, bank transfer or standing order.
The Church Bank account details are : Lifewell Church
Sort Code : 208441.
Account No : 50707864
Reference : GIFT TO LIFEWELL.(Please Include your name in the reference if you are gift aiding your donation)
If you send donations through the post, please can you write a note detailing the amount in the envelope as we would normally have two people counting the money and a note will help us to make sure all income is tracked and recorded correctly.
If you are a taxpayer, we can receive an extra 25p for every £1 you give by you completing a gift aid form. The form is available on the Lifewell Online page of our website. Please download and complete the form and then either send it by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
For many years we have got involved with the shoebox appeal and this year is no different.However due to the lockdown restrictions, it will be a bit different this year.At the moment Samaritans purse are saying you can pack it in the traditional way or online.However, in light of the present increase in local lockdowns we may find that there will be problems with getting the boxes to the collection points. Therefore, we would encourage you to pack a box online earlier rather than later to ensure that your shoebox has the best chance of getting to a child this year!You can organise a box online for the cost of £20 by visiting
WE WILL ORGANISE A HARVEST TABLE AS A VISUAL CELEBRATION.
Every year we have taken the opportunity to raise the profile of foodbank as a way of us sharing what we have with those who are in need! However this year things are very different. So can we encourage you to give via the supermarkets. Most supermarkets have a foodbank drop off that you can use while shopping. Pick upan extra few things and drop them in the donation point on your way out.
“Don’t be afraid of them. Remember the Lord, who is great and awesome, and fight for your families, your sons and your daughters, your wives and your homes.”
NEHEMIAH 4:14 [NIV]
LIFEWELL CHURCH DURING THE CIRCUIT BREAKER LOCKDOWN
Due to the circuit breaker lockdown in Wales, we are back on line from Sunday 25th October through till Sunday 8th November.
Please check out our Lifewell Online page of our website and our youtube channel for online content. If you would like to join in our Zoom meeting 11am every Sunday, please email Chris at email@example.com.
FOLLOWING THE CIRCUIT BREAKER LOCKDOWN
REOPENING TAKE 2
When we are able to meet again, we will be required to abide by the following guidelines, along with any further guidelines given. We hope to see you soon. Please read and help us work within the guidelines!
11am Every Sunday
Please book in by emailing
by 9am each Sunday.
To do this within the present guidelines, will mean –
People with COVID-19 symptoms should follow isolation guidelines
Seating is limited due to 2M social distancing, sitting within your family group, requiring a book in system.
Respect social distancing and use the hand sanitiser provided on entry.
Masks are required to be worn unless you have a health reason not to wear one.
You will need to bring your own Bible, notepad, pen, communion bread & wine/juice along with any drinks or snacks required, as shared items and refreshments are not permitted at present.
Please make every effort to be seated by 11am.
While we will play songs, there will be no singing until it is permitted.
Where possible, it would be great if you could continue to give online, the offering bag will not be offered around but there will be an offering basket at the back for those unable to give online.
At present there will be no children's zones. However therewill be a children's talk & activities.
While we look forward to seeing each other in person, times of fellowship before and after the service will have to be limited and we would appreciate your help in respecting social distancing during these times.
Please note the toilets have been fitted with paper towel dispensers to dry hands as hand towels are not advised.Please dispose of paper towels in bin provided. Please do not flush the paper towels down the toilets.Please ensure that children in your care do not flush them.
Please let us know if you are willing to commit to volunteer to be part of the ‘Welcome (hand sanitiser dispenser) team’, the ‘cleaning team’.
If you need to use public transport / taxi, please follow their safety regulations.
Please park considerately.
More details with regards to our next steps, will follow as lockdown measures are lifted or reinforced.
THESE PLANS WILL CHANGE TO FOLLOW
ANY DEVELOPMENT IN THE GUIDELINES.
Please continue to pray for the situation as a whole
and for us as a church as we look to start back.
We look forward to gathering again to enjoy and celebrate