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One True Gospel.
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Sharon Full Gospel Church

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Sharon Full Gospel Church

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Sharon Full Gospel Church in Pontypool, South Wales

Welcome

Sharon Church is a Christian church in Pontypool town centre, founded 1936.

We share a rich Pentecostal tradition, and our services balance traditional and modern worship, with a good mix of younger and older people. For more information see the “about” page.

Worship with us!

Join us for Bible-based Family Worship Sundays at 10am & 6pm
(with morning Children’s Church)

One True Gospel, For Everyone!

The Centrality of the Cross
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CENTRALITY OF CROSS
Sermon from 2014 by our much loved former Pastor, Derek Williams, who passed away last month
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The Welcoming Church
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THE WELCOMING CHURCH
We must welcome people to our church.
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The Great Commission
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THE GREAT COMMISSION
Go into all the world and preach the gospel.
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Social Involvment
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SOCIAL INVOLVEMENT
Christians must become more involved in their communities.
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This is Yarella with her children and they have been part of Door of Hope’s programme - Little Mothers. Yarella had a very tough and poor upbringing, she then got married to a man who became an alcoholic and was abusive. After that relationship ended, Yarella found comfort in the Little Mothers project and has been doing really well. Yarella and her children lived on a very poor estate in Mariupol and has been living under the fear of constant shelling and gunshots since the war began. This has been an incredibly frightening experience for Yarella and the children, so much so, our project leaders finally removed them from the apartment and placed them in a church for the night. The following day they are being transferred to an identified house in Poland. Yarella and her children have little to no money and have never ventured outside their home town. Yarella said; “Moving to Poland is a huge experience for me but I can’t see myself retuning back to Mariupol for a long time” If you would like to see the work we are doing for the refugees amid this Ukraine crisis, please visit:doorofhope.co.uk/ukraine-in-crisis/ ... See MoreSee Less
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Latest Update on BaronFrom Cyndi and Chris-Let’s catch up!! I apologize for how long it has taken me to post an update. I need to be aware that Baron is very capable of reading this update and he doesn’t understand or feel he needs the attention. And he is right in many situations but not all. He still needs therapy, guidance and the occasional redirection with his words and thoughts. When we left off Baron had started therapy in Raleigh three days a week. January and February Baron continued at WakeMed for speech, occupational and physical therapies. Baron also began taking English, one on one at his school. It was a bit shaky at first, he was extremely nervous and excited at the same time. He slowly started to feel comfortable and wanted to stay at school for his next class, chemistry. It is a very small class and we thought it would be good for him to try, so we agreed. He seems to be doing well, a few struggles with time management but he enjoys the time at school which is time away from mom! Not many teenagers want to spend every minute with their mom. Baron’s attitude toward life is improving little by little. It is like a roller coaster at turtle speed. (Including the mid loop stops) As therapy continued Baron steadily improved and by the end of February his occupational therapy was complete with a recommendation to see a Neuro-Optometrist. As it turns out it is the same Neuro-Optometrist that was recommended by Baron’s Optometrist at home, so we were very excited and felt really good about our visit. March came and Baron completed his physical therapy at Wake Med. He has transitioned to the gym at Vidant in our home town three days a week with a personal trainer. I enjoy getting Baron’s updates after each session. He is steadily improving his balance and working really hard. At the end of March, Baron’s last speech therapy session was complete. This was a big milestone, completing his time in the WakeMed Comprehensive Day Program. Baron enjoyed his therapists at WakeMed and will miss them for sure. While many therapies are coming to an end others are beginning. Baron met with the Neuro-Optometrist and initial reports showed no damage to his eyes or eyesight, praise God. After additional testing his Doctor suggested Visual Perception Therapy. This therapy is focused on what your brain sees and how to process it, making sense of it and what actions one should take. It is so important for many everyday skills that I think will help Baron in and out of school. We are in Raleigh for this therapy one day a week. Having a bit more time at home allowed Baron to try adding a few more classes to his routine. Several days a week Baron attends school from 8am until noon, practices golf with the team and plays when his schedule permits. After his first day Baron got in my car and said “This was the best day, I got to see all my classmates”. Baron misses his friends so much and was so happy to be back in a routine where he sees his peers. The first few days were hard! Baron doesn’t like to tell you he is tired, matter of fact, I have never heard him say he is tired. But Baron is tired and as we push for him to rest he pushes back with defiance. It doesn’t matter what we say or even how he feels on the inside, everything is negative and wrong, everything. Eventually Baron settled into the new routine, some days are better than others but he seems happier to be back with his friends. It has been hard trying to understand exactly what Baron needs, he is on no medication, for which we are so thankful. This makes the medical doctor visits few and far between which motivates me to find answers elsewhere. I have been researching new therapies and after much research and guidance from his Neuro-Optometrist, we have a new functional medicine Medical Doctor to treat Baron. We had our first visit last week. Baron had a WAVi scan, which we will use as a baseline for comparing future scans. He enjoyed the visit with his new doctor and seems interested in all we discussed. Baron is starting Hyperbaric Oxygen Treatments next week in Durham. We are also changing his diet, adding supplements and really focusing on what he puts in his body. Many of you know me and know I really enjoy this practice. Baron prior to the accident was a healthy eater, now he is really defiant and at the thought of something healthy or anything I make for him, he simply chooses not to eat. So I have my work cut out for me. We are trying hard to get Baron into a normal routine as much as possible and allow him freedom, but it is hard. It is hard for everyone, his siblings try to be helpful and when they feel it’s not working they slide out of sight. This is hard for our family as a whole unit, as we no longer work as one, but as two and sometimes five. Remaining positive, talking with God, praying and just being determined to move forward is our daily goal, no matter how difficult it is we must do it. We continue to thank each and every one of you for your prayers, your kind words and thoughts. We could not have made it this far much less continue without them. We are constantly reminded of how good people are each and every day and how powerful God is. Thank you for always remembering us and keeping Baron in your prayers. “but those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint.”Isaiah 40:31 NIV ... See MoreSee Less
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The church is open on Easter Sunday for 10am and 6pm services - please avoid the kitchen which is still a building site! Thank you. ... See MoreSee Less
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We will not be open on Wednesday as we are having a kitchen upgrade this weekend 👏👏👏 we are so excited as we will be able to offer alot more services. Watch this space for some pic's 😊 ... See MoreSee Less
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Sharon Full Gospel Church,
Osborne Road, Pontypool, Torfaen, South Wales NP4 6LU

Tel: 01495 750236

Sharon Church is a UK Registered Charity - No. 1050642

Sharon Church is a member of the Evangelical Alliance - Membership Number 251867

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