Sisters and brothers, we hope wherever you are, this newsletter finds you and all those whom you love safe and well.
In this week's newsletter, we've got the following:

-  This week's services
-  Other things being shared throughout the week 
-  Our church buildings
-  The Daily Hope phone line - Church for those without internet

As always, please don't hesitate to contact Fr Peter if there's anything further you need.

This week's services

Following on from the problems we've had with sound recently, we've had some technological advice - it's all been fine since last Sunday!
Holy Communion, Sunday, 9am
Jesus tells us "I am the way, the truth, and the life."  This week we consider what that means for us, as we hear those words from the Gospel, and as always continue to pray for our community & world.
The Sunday Sermon, Sun morn.
If you're unable to catch the Communion service (or if the tech totally lets us down) a short video of Sunday's Gospel, Sermon, and intercessions will be avaiable.
Children's Service, Sunday morn.
We shall have all of the usual music, stories, and fun this week as we continue celebrating the season of Easter together.  We hope you all enjoy joining us!
Evening Prayer, various times
A twenty minute service of scripture & prayer where we pray for our community and world.
Sunday: 3pm
Tuesday-Saturday: 5.30pm
As always, the red button below takes you to where it all happens; and everything continues to be retrospectively linked to our website too.
Take me to the Parish Facebook page where our worship is shared

Devotion throughout the week

We have more things coming out this week to keep you nourished...
Fr Peter will share a reflection on Tuesday and Thursday this week, as always reflecting upon the readings for the day and what's going on in the news.
Ask the Vicar - available now!
Our third 'Ask the Vicar' Podcast will be available to listen to on our website very soon, with this thinking about our worship.  All episodes available below.
Take me to the 'Ask the Vicar' podcast on the parish website

Our Church Buildings - from the vicar

This week, the Bishops of the Church of England agreed that, where appropriate, clergy would be able to return to saying private prayers in the church buildings in which they minister.

I shall be meeting with members of the standing committee of the PCC this week to discuss how best to serve the community in terms of how worship is offered during the coming days and weeks.

- Fr Peter

Worship for those without the Internet

The Archbishop of Canterbury has launched this wonderful freephone service which allows those without access to the internet to join in with worship, 24/7.  Please share it with anyone who might enjoy it.
And finally, please don't hesitate to contact Fr Peter if you need anything at all - be it prayer, practical help, or just a chat,
either on 020 8363 6055 /
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