Our aim is that Pilgrims Hall be a place of welcome and hospitality where God’s name is honoured and upheld, and a sanctuary and oasis for those seeking to come away to rest awhile, worship, pray, feed and meditate upon God’s Word. There is no sure foundation except the living Word of God, and our desire at Pilgrims Hall is to stand for Biblical Truth and to bring God’s Word to bear on the issues of the day.
Our prayer is that Pilgrims Hall may bring refuge, refreshment, peace, healing, wholeness and restoration.
Be encouraged to walk by Faith and not by sight, to enjoy a time set aside to study and be built up in the Word of God. Be strengthened and enabled to apply Biblical Truth to everyday life for the days ahead.
Now that Covid19 restrictions on meetings are lifted we are starting to develop our Autumn programme of teaching activities at Pilgrims Hall, beginning with a Bible Study series led by David Paul, one of our Trustees.
It doesn’t seem so long ago since I last wrote to you. It was last Christmas, the occasion when Christians celebrate one of the most significant events in all of human history – the incarnation of Jesus Christ, the Son of God.