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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.

WE ARE CURRENTLY MEETING IN THE CHURCH AT OUR NORMAL SERVICE TIMES WITH SOCIAL DISTANCING MEASURES IN PLACE – SEE THE “SERVICE TIMES” PAGE. SERVICES ARE ALSO LIVE ON ZOOM – CONTACT US FOR A ZOOM CODE.

Worship with us!

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

One True Gospel, For Everyone!

Social Involvment
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SOCIAL INVOLVEMENT
Christians must become more involved in their communities.
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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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Latest Update on Baron.He is improving day by day but still a long way to go yet. Please keep him in your prayers October 21, 2021Journal entry by Deborah Everett — 17 hours agoFrom Cyndi and Chris-The first two weeks of outpatient therapy are complete. Tuesday and Wednesday of last week were a continuation of Baron getting adjusted and learning his way. Thursday and Friday seemed to be better. Baron has learned the new routine and doing really well, making friends and building relationships. Praise God for both huge steps!Over the weekend we went out to dinner twice. We enjoyed having a different scenery and Baron did really well. We went to the golf course, Baron and Chris hit golf balls. Saturday night we along with several patients and their family/caretakers that live in same building got together and cooked hamburgers on the grill. It was so nice and very much needed. Baron had a nice time, just being able to socialize with others, very therapeutic. Baron is completely determined to go home. We explain daily, if not hourly that the longer he is here the more normal his routine can be when going home. Right now Baron thinks if he goes home he will go directly to school, sports practice, hunting and hanging out with friends etc. He doesn’t understand all of that will be off limits until he becomes more cognitively aware of his situation and understand his challenges. With all of that being said, Baron over the past week is slowly becoming aware, but has a long way to go. Praise God we do see improvements daily. The past three days have been much better in therapy. The therapists have said Baron is getting better with his attention and is less aggravated. He is laughing and joking with the therapists, and giving high fives when we leave. He talks about his therapists in the car on the ride home, talks about the friends he has made. It really seems that Baron is having a really good time. He would never admit that to us, thinking it would prolong his stay.This past Tuesday, Chris ordered pizzas for the group we always see in game room/outside. It was the perfect evening. Baron enjoyed the company, he even played pool with another teenager. It was so good to see him interacting with others in a positive way. He had a great time. As it turns out two of the guys headed home on Wednesday, it was a great send off for them! I am so proud of Baron for continuing to work hard, even though he doesn’t fully understand it all, he keeps going. He is still very agitated with me, hoping that will get better but either way he is progressing in therapy and that’s the important part. Because Baron doesn’t remember all that he used to, he realizes he may not remember someone’s name at first and has been very nervous to FaceTime. We are working with him, hoping he will become more comfortable as time goes by. Please continue to pray Baron becomes aware of his challenges, that amnesia, speech continue to improve and that he will remain positive and for complete healing. Thank you to everyone for continued prayers and support. Your words of encouragement continue to lift us and give us strength.Be joyful in hope, patient in affliction, faithful in prayer.‭‭Romans‬ ‭12:12‬ ‭NIV‬‬Our new address is:Baron Chamblee WFRC308c/o Shepherd Center 2020 Peachtree Rd NWAtlanta, GA 30309 ... See MoreSee Less
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Latest update on Baron - he is improving every day - please continue to pray for this dear young man. October 12, 2021Journal entry by Deborah Everett — 23 hours agoFrom Cyndi-Last Monday (Oct 4) was such a good day! Chris arrived around 2pm. Baron and I were so excited and happy to see him. We showed Chris around, let him hang out in our room, a space we decorated and made home for many days. He and Baron played pool, shuffle board, walked around the garden and made up for missed time. Tuesday Chris met Baron’s therapist, and went to a couple of sessions with us. He also started moving us to our apartment in the next building over. Wednesday morning came, Baron’s therapists presented him with a certificate and t-shirt and we all said our goodbyes. It was bitter sweet. We were very excited to move on to the next step, but anxious about the unknown. I prayed hard and constantly for a smooth transition. Chris took Baron to explore the new game room and garden area while I unpacked and tried to organize Barons things. Thursday came fast! Baron woke up, decided to shave and put his contacts in. Praise God. (Something we have been asking for him to do for several weeks.) We headed to Pathways, not before stopping at Chick-fil-A for lunch. I went with Baron to all of his therapy sessions. It was good meeting his new therapists. Friday came and Baron and I headed to pathways and Chris headed home. We were sad to see him leave, but felt good about the therapy ahead. I was asked to come to his sessions again to meet the remaining therapists. When the sessions ended Baron and I headed to the grocery store. It was our first official outing. I was nervous, but Baron stayed right with me, picked out a few things, got what we needed and headed back. Pathways is going to be a great next step. I think Baron will enjoy the therapy if he can just understand why he is there. He is still extremely agitated that he has to be in Georgia. He doesn’t understand that he is not well. He constantly ask me why I am making him stay. It is hard. Saturday came and so did a lot of questions and opposition. It was one of my toughest days. I tried to do whatever Baron wanted and for a little while it would be fine, but then he would want to leave again. He would go back and forth and just couldn’t get settled. Chris was able to come back on Sunday. What a blessing, when Chris is here Baron seems to calm down. I know he misses his dad, siblings and friends. We explain that this is just a short period and going home is our goal. Monday we routinely went through the morning, keeping things calm and familiar. Chris and I dropped Baron off at pathways. It was so hard to drive off. I didn’t want to leave him. He came to the window and waved goodbye. It broke my heart, I know it was a good step, but it was hard leaving him for the first time. I was only allowed to go to his last session today. So when we arrived back a little early, at pathways I was able to peak at him in PT/Recreational Therapy. He was playing corn hole, shaking hands and giving high fives. It was a beautiful sight. Our first few days have come and gone. Baron has transitioned well. He likes the apartment better, his dad being here and likes being able to get in the car! He is still extremely agitated at times, and to be frank, very hard to deal with, but dropping him off at Pathways Monday and leaving reminded me also, this is a short time and I pray it passes as Baron comes out of post traumatic amnesia. We are moving forward and we thank God each and every day, many, many times each day for every blessing and every miracle. Thank you for your cards, care packages and text. It means so much to know so many are continuously lifting Baron (and our family) up in prayer. You all are truly a blessing to us. I can’t say it enough. Please continue to pray for Baron’s complete healing and our time at Shepherd Pathways. “I keep my eyes always on the Lord. With him at my right hand, I will not be shaken.”‭‭Psalms‬ ‭16:8‬ ‭Our new address is:Baron Chamblee WFRC308c/o Shepherd Center 2020 Peachtree Rd NWAtlanta, GA 30309 ... See MoreSee Less
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We are offering a single prize of £100 to the Pontypool town centre business with the best NATIVITY display - showing the birth of Jesus - as part of their Christmas window* decorations. (*or front of a market stall). Judging will be on 11th December 2021. Download the entry form and read the full terms and conditions at www.sharonchurch.co.uk/nativity ... See MoreSee Less
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Sharon Full Gospel Church,
Osborne Road, Pontypool, Torfaen, South Wales NP4 6LU

Tel: 01495 753561
Sharon Church is a UK Registered Charity - No. 1050642
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