We are thrilled to be able to open our doors for public worship again on Sunday.
If you would like to join us, please allow extra time to enter the building and be seated for the service. We are maintaining a strict 2m distance for all congregation throughout your visit and asking all to use hand sanitiser regularly throughout the time you are with us. Please either print your own order of service at home or bring it on your phone. There will be copies available for those who can’t do this. We will take your name and phone number at the door as part of the government Test and Trace initiative. The service will feel a little different, as movement will be restricted. We will be able to join in singing only in our heart.
Post Service Coffee Zoom/Sunday, 11am. This week, hosted by Fiona MacMillan. Click here for Zoom, or call 0203 481 5240 from a UK landline. If you haven’t used Zoom before just click the link above; you don’t need a Zoom account to join in. Please contact email@example.com with any questions.
Children’s Church Zoom Group/today, 2.45pm. For children aged 4-13. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Inspired to Follow/today, 2-3pm. Join on Zoom or in your own homes. Topic: Mark 11: 4-12 & 15-19 / Christ washing the Feet of the Disciples, Jacopo Tintoretto, c.1575-80, NG1130. Please email Jonathan on email@example.com if you would like to join in.
Theology Reading Group/Monday 20 July, 6pm. We will discuss The Reason for God: Belief in an Age of Skepticismby Timothy J Keller. This event is open to all if you would like to invite a friend. Use this link to sign up https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/theology-reading-group-tickets-111531327202.
Prayer Garden/Monday-Thursday, 1-3pm. Monday – Revd Richard Carter, Tuesday – Revd Richard Carter, Wednesday – Revd Catherine Duce, Thursday – Revd Richard Carter.
Parish Day/Saturday 15 August: The Imagination of God with inspirational writer and poet Malcolm Guite. Tickets are £10 to cover expenses. Sign up using this link https://bit.ly/3gmfF8A.
Bread for the World/Wednesdays, 6.30pm, join us in church or on our Facebook page. This week, we are welcoming Revd Justin Dodd, Vicar of St Barnabas Ealing, a HeartEdge church, who will be speaking to us on community organising as a spiritual practice. All are welcome to come along for the service, careful instructions will be distributed to keep everyone safe. If you’d like to join the bible study group on Zoom after the service, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Great Sacred Music/Thursdays, 1pm. The weekly online podcast is available at
soundcloud.com/greatsacredmusic/ and as a video on our Facebook page.
Watch the next in the series from 1pm on Thursday 16 July.