Rainbow Rhymes is a free bounce and rhyme time for babies and toddlers aged 0-4 and their parents/carers. Come along, make friends and have fun.
We run every Friday from 10-11.15am and all are welcome. Tea, coffee and cake served afterwards.
Please check out all the Covid-19 guidelines outlined in our Essential Information page. This is very important in order to keep people safe.
Everyone is welcome to attend, but if you are elderly or in a high-risk category, we recommend that you carefully consider whether to attend.
We really look forward to seeing you.
If you are interested in finding out more about baptism, please contact the church office on 020 8690 4646 or email email@example.com.
Peter opens his letter by describing the church as “elect, scattered exiles”. Christians are dispersed everywhere as strangers and foreigners in this world, and yet we are chosen by God for His purposes within it. If we forget either half of that sentence, we are in trouble. As exiles, we will face many kinds of trials in this life. As God’s chosen people, we have a living hope that carries us through them.
In this eight week series we will walk through Peter’s letter together, discovering how God’s imperishable promises sustain us in a changeable, challenging world.
Peter is no stranger to the gritty realities of the present age. He applies the gospel to all kinds of scenarios: unscrupulous governments, false accusations, abusive employers, challenging marriages. He is particularly keen to help people live without fear and anxiety, even as the pressures of being exiles crowd in on them.
But the way he does this is by continually drawing our attention to the living hope we have in the Lord Jesus Christ. We have an imperishable inheritance, an imperishable Saviour and an imperishable Word. When we face trials, we can stand firm through the Spirit who brings us joy unspeakable and filled with glory. When we suffer, even unjustly, we can look to Jesus as our example because He has suffered unjustly too. When we are worried, we can cast our anxieties on our Father, because He cares for us.
1 Peter is full of hope, and full of unbreakable promises.
The course will run for four weeks, breaking for half term, and will be delivered online via Zoom.
If you have any questions about the course you would like answered before signing up, please contact Rosie at firstname.lastname@example.org
Alpha consists of ten sessions looking at topics such as Who is Jesus? How to have faith? Why and how to pray? and How to read the Bible?
It runs on a termly basis, starting with an introductory evening on Thursday 3 February, although you can still sign up anytime over the first few weeks.
|3rd Feb||Is There More To Life Than This?|
|10th Feb||Who is Jesus?|
|17th Feb||Why did Jesus die?|
|24th Feb||How can I have faith?|
|3rd Mar||Why & How do I read the Bible?|
|10th Mar||Why & How do I pray?|
|17th Mar||Who is the Holy Spirit?|
|24th Mar||Does God heal today?|
|26th Mar||Alpha Saturday (In person)|
|31st Mar||Who and How should I tell others?|
|7th Apr||What about the Church? (In person)|
Please complete this form to sign up for Alpha. If you have any questions or would like further information, please visit our Alpha web page or email email@example.com.
Please sign up to the event to receive details on how to join.