Parish Visit to Margate

We had a lovely parish outing to Margate. The weather was pleasant and we managed to pack in a range of tourist attractions. The weather was pleasant and we managed to pack in a range of tourist attractions. Can you guess which ones from the pictures? Lunch was at the delightful restaurant Mullins Brasserie. On…

Reflection on Trinity Sunday 2016

As a parish church dedicated to the Holy Trinity, it is ‘well and good’ for us to rejoice on this festal day. However, there are Christians for whom the concept is not entirely acceptable. At the charitable end of objectors are those who would simply say, ‘It is a stranger to the Bible.’ What is more,…

Responding to the Housing Crisis with London Citizens

This time last year, we had just embarked on a listening campaign, speaking to people about the issues that affect them and their families. Everywhere we went, people were – and still are – talking about housing. I’m sure you’ve heard the same. People are concerned about how much it costs to rent, how much it…

Join us to visit Lambeth Palace on Friday 2nd September

The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, is opening up the gardens of Lambeth Palace to the public. On Friday 2nd September, a group from our regular ‘Friday Feast’ will be traveling together to visit. You’re invited to come along, and to bring a small contribution towards a picnic. Tea, coffee and soft drinks will be…

Action on High Road Crossing – Sunday 17th

As part of the ongoing High Road crossing campaign, the whole church took part in an action on Sunday after our morning service, where we were joined by members of the local community and Councillor Makbule Gunes to demonstrate the need for a pedestrian crossing outside the Church. The crossing on High Road, at the…

Writing to TFL about the High Road Crossing

On the Holy Trinity Ambassadors Course, we have been considering how we can respond to the needs we see around us in our community. We know that many people are concerned about the crossing on Tottenham High Road. Last year, a number of local residents, along with the area assembly member, deputy leader of the…

Pray for South Sudan

Christian Aid is asking us to say prayers for South Sudan. The full plea, made in a letter, from our  Christian Aid contact Frances Reynolds reads:

What to do about God’s seeming Absence

Readings: Isaiah 5.1-7; Ps. 80.9-16; Phil 3.4b-14; Gospel: Matt 21.33-end The readings from both Matthew and Isaiah focus on the relationship between God and Israel. Although they employ similar metaphors for the parties, there are significant differences between the stories as told by Jesus and Isaiah.

Taking control of the ‘Bank of You’ with the CAP money course

Over on the Huffington Post, Monica Leftwich has written a piece about paying the ‘Bank of You’, which complements the money management course we are currently running as part of the Wellside Project at the Old School House on Thursday 7.30-9pm. “Living paycheck to paycheck sucks, but for millions of folks, or even billions, it’s their…