Welcome to our blog, which gives you the chance to read and interact with snapshots of Kairos Life. Below you can find stories and news from the Kairos network including:
- Weekly Emails
- Talks from our gatherings
- Stories from our Kairos Communities
Helen, Ben and Sam help us continue our mini series, exploring the three C’s; Courage, Compassion and Creativity. This week we explore Compassion. We also welcomed the new Kairos interns – Freya and Ethan!
As we move into the new term, we pause to consider three words beginning with ‘C’ – Courage, Compassion and Creativity. First up – Courage!
This week, Richard Corderoy helps us explore Psalm 84, as part of our ‘Summer Psalms’ series
We’ve been thinking about how to practice the Rhythms of Grace in a time of Lockdown. Our final rhythm requires a bit of creativity in the current restrictions. It is Eat Together. “The Son of Man came eating and drinking, and they say, ‘Here is a glutton and a drunkard, a friend of tax collectors […]
We conclude our series on 1 Peter and consider – are we just sheep or are we shepherds as well?
Over the summer we are going to continue to gather together and connect in various different ways. Sunday 19th July: Central Gathering Live on Facebook, 10.45am Sunday 26th July: Community Sunday – gathering in our Kairos communities or with friends to worship, pray and have fun whether online or in person. Thursday 30th – […]
“A certain man was preparing a great banquet and invited many guests. At the time of the banquet he sent his servant to tell those who had been invited, ‘Come, for everything is now ready.’ Luke 14: 16 – 17 Have you ever noticed how often Jesus talked about or took part in celebration. So many […]
This week we continue with our series on 1 Peter and hear about Kairos’ plans for the summer!
This week we continue our series going through 1 Peter and get to know Rachel Wilkinson, the Kairos Operations Manager (who also owns and runs her own Nursery!)
As it’s the fourth Sunday of the month, we are taking a break from our 1 Peter series and spend some time thinking about the subject of finding Grace in a time of Crisis.