What are you doing for Lent?
If someone asks you that, you know pretty much what they are expecting you to say - that just like last year you are going without sugar in your tea, without cake, without chocolate or even without alcohol! And why do we do it? Well the intention is surely in some way to embrace sacrifice and so identify with our Lord in his great sacrifice.
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Mary Brown's One Woman Show
Mary Brown gave a spectacular performance of Joyce Grenfell monologues on 31st January. The evening was a very successful fundraiser for the church, so much so that the show had to be moved from Trevelyan Hall to the church in order to accommodate everybody. < Photographs >
On 26th January we celebrated our Community Mass with contributions from many of the children who attend church and a dynamic and challenging sermon from our Pastoral Assistant, Ross Meikle.
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Our conference centre is an attractive venue for meetings, exhibitions and receptions. Trevelyan Hall can comfortably accommodate around 60 people and the Atlay Room is suitable for up to 12 people.
Call 020 7222 6535 or email Enver for details.
The Anglican Rosary: praying with beads
Praying with beads is a very simple way of finding a rhythm and creating space for personal prayer – wherever you are. The Anglican rosary is inspired by the traditional rosary but is more flexible and adaptable to the seasons of the Church’s calendar.
> praying with beads
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