Clergy contact. In situations of bereavement or emergencies relating to physical or mental health over the lockdown, a member of the clergy can be contacted by texting 07910 652573 or 07761 661529; one of the clergy team will call you back.

Post Service Coffee Zoom/every Sunday, 10.45am. Click here to join, or call 0208 080 6591 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 with any questions.

Children’s Church Zoom Group/today, 2.45pm. For children aged 4-13. For more information email

Inspired to Follow/today, 2-3pm. Join on Zoom or in your own homes. Topic: Luke 10:25-42 / ‘Christ in the House of Martha and Mary’, Diego Velásquez, probably 1618, NG1375. All are very welcome. Please contact Jonathan Evens ( if you would like to join in.

HeartEdge Theology Group/today, 6pm. Zoom meeting. Sam Wells will discuss questions on ‘Cafeteria Christianity, Biblical Interpretation and negotiables/non-negotiables.’ Billy Cometti will be chairing. Register at for an invitation.

Global Pride Online/this weekend. We may not be marching this year, but can still join in with the world’s first Global Pride. You can find out more on Pride London’s website

Parish Weekend/Saturday 15 August: The Imagination of God with inspirational writer and poet Malcolm Guite. Save the date! More information to come.

Night Prayer/every evening at 9pm on the Congregation Facebook page. We have some spare slots for leaders, if you’re interested please get in touch with Jeff Claxton.

Theology Reading Group/Monday 13 July, 6pm. We will discuss The Reason for God: Belief in an Age of Skepticism
by Timothy J Keller. This event is open to all if you would like to invite a friend. More details will follow.

Biblical Studies class/Monday 29 June, 7.30-9.00pm. Email for a zoom invitation.

Bread for the World/Wednesdays, 6.30pm, on our Facebook page. This week, Richard Carter will explore a book, Carlo Carretto’s Letters from the Desert, which had a big influence on Richard’s faith. If you’d like to join the bible study group on Zoom after the service, please email

Great Sacred Music/Thursdays, 1pm. The weekly online podcast is available at and as a video on our Facebook page. Watch the next in the series from 1pm on Thursday 3 July.

You may be aware of the Government’s announcement that churches can reopen for public worship from 4 July. We are awaiting specific guidelines about what that will mean, and we hope to open as soon as possible. We will also be continuing our online engagement for the foreseeable future.