|1700||Ben Burge||Ephesians 6:18-20
Always Keep On Praying
Coronavirus (COVID-19) - 17th March 2020
We have been assessing the advice as the UK government has been responding to the Coronavirus outbreak. In line with social distancing advice, all activities of The Butts Church are cancelled until further notice. For further information about what social distancing means, see COVID-19: guidance on social distancing and for vulnerable people.
Please check our website and social media pages for further updates, or contact us in the usual way.
Thank you for your understanding.
The Church is not bricks and mortar; a building that people go to on a Sunday. In the Bible the Church is defined as the people of God. All those who profess that Jesus, God's son, is the only way we can be reconciled with God.
We know that God is real and relevant to our world today. His word, the Bible, teaches us how we can live fulfilled lives, which bring him honour. As long as the message of the Bible is taught and explained, it will lead people to Jesus Christ and the new life he promises to anyone who trusts Him.
Why 'The Butts'?
'The Butts' refers to a piece of land at the western end of Alton so named as originally it was used for archers to practice - 'butt' signifying a mound behind their target or shooting range. When the church was formed, it met in a small hall in this area of town. Today we use the primary school that shares the same name.
MP3s will continue to be made available on the Talks page each week.
Church Text 2020
“Be completely humble and gentle; be patient, bearing with one another in love.”