Our Worship Theme is ‘Hope’

Jesus Heals the Blind Man

Where hope is lost there is despair. Hope generates energy and sustains people through difficult times. Christian hope is not wishful thinking but a firm assurance that God can be relied upon.

How do we see this in school?

Through challenging times adults and children work hard to support each other with academic and social challenges.  By doing good work, following Jesus’ example of serving others, e.g. through charitable giving, we bring hope to those who need our help. We celebrate and recognise the hope of the Christmas story, of God incarnate, come to repair the relationship between man and God. Through the prayer life of the school we reflect on how the world could be better and ask God’s help to make it a reality.

You might like to help us develop our value by talking to your children about hope and what it means to them. We will be exploring hope through Bible stories such as Moses crossing the Red Sea, Jesus healing the blind man and the Christmas story. You may also like to read these stories at home.

‘Hope is coupled with faith and love as one of the three most enduring gifts of the Spirit.’ (1 Corinthians 13:13)

‘Let us hold unswervingly to the hope we profess, for he who promised is faithful.’ (Hebrews 11:1)

Article published: 20th Oct, 2017 Topic: School News