where to buy finasteride in usa Last weekend Churches Together in Earley and East Reading (CTEER) came together to provide a church zone at the East Reading Festival in Palmer Park.  The festival is “a celebration of the diversity of the local community and aims to strengthen the connections between the people and organisations of the area.”  There were over 50 stalls and 3 performance stages at the free festival and the church zone was a key part of the festival which welcomed over 5000 visitors.

buy accutane from mexico Copy of ERF Logo

get link A wide range of churches worked together at the East Reading Festival including Vineyard with the Healing on the Streets team, Wycliffe, Park United Reformed Church, Anderson Baptist Church including the Nepali congregation, Earley Christian Fellowship, Brookside, St Nicolas Church, Wesley Methodist and CAP (Christians against Poverty).  Here are some of the photos celebrating the presence, prayer and praise that blessed the festival and the community.

13502138_895051633956471_1239626043965660274_n

The puppets came along from Wycliffe

 

13432261_895051707289797_3992230506812505165_n

The Boys Brigade organised a game of football

13466550_895051387289829_6551867840161593851_n

There was worship by the Nepalese church

13507212_895051413956493_5805077635985653107_n

Home For Good and Christian Community Action were in attendance raising awareness of their charities

13432139_895051367289831_209153532327633332_n

Messy Church was visited by many families and there was a tent available for specific prayer

13445249_895051497289818_5969862393512113979_n

Healing on the Streets were praying over anyone who wanted to be blessed with it

 

We are called to be in the world but not of the world; the presence of the churches together at East Reading Festival showed this in all it’s fullness.  We look forward to coming along again next year.

With thanks to Steve Blunden for the wonderful photos.