NV photo 2Night Vision 2020

Have you ever wondered about God, and whether there are different ways of doing church? Intrigued to see what's inside St Mary's?

Our first Night Vision for 2020 was on Friday 31 January at 9.00 pm.  We invited people to take time out and join us for an evening of calm, reflection and refreshments.  As usual, everyone was welcome to join us for as little or as much of the evening as you like. And then moving on in 2020, we had planned the following:

NV card Feb - June 2020

However, the Coronavirus situation means that, until further notice, we are not able to gather at St Mary's.  We hope to be able to return as soon as recommended.  But, in the meantime, we can pray.  Here is a daily prayer guide to help you.

Click here for the Night Vision Gallery 2020.

Information from Nigel, Nick and Anne at community@commongroundguildford.org
and on our facebook page. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter @CommonGroundGfd

Previously at Night Vision …
Thursday 19 December, taking time to unwind from the late night shopping.
 
NV Dec 2019NV November 2019Find out what we are preparing for.

NV Oct 2019


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The dad Dimension June 2019
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NV Feb 2019 Love is all around














You can see the 2019 gallery here

the  2018 gallery here

and 2017 here

To give you a flavour we enjoyed a special event in November, and had something special pre-Christmas for late night shoppers.

During the summer we enjoyed "holidays and holy days", including conversation, mocktails, and eclectic music. 

On Friday 16 February, almost Valentine's Day, we began the 2018 series with "Who Loves you Baby?"
There were opportunities to hear about God's love. A place to write prayers. Music on the theme of love. "We need your love".
                                             
16 March was close to Mothers' Day, and was a good opportunity to use female images and words to speak about God. As the singer/songwriter Garth Hewitt put it in his "Walk the Talk" album "We need you mother love O God to keep and hold us tight, We need your mother love O God to lead us through the night. We need your Holy Spirit to comfort and to guide, May she give us courage to do what is right." "We need your mother love O God to keep our spirits true, To the values of your Kingdom, to the attitudes from you. Blessed are the merciful, blessed are the meek, Blessed are the humble, Blessed are the weak. "       

Information from Nigel, Nick and Anne at community@commongroundguildford.org and on our facebook page here