Vicar's update 27th JanuarySteve Newbold1

We continued our sermon series yesterday with a powerful talk helping us to think about the effect that the words we use in worship can have on how we live our lives the rest of the week.  It will be available to listen to on the church website later in the week.

Next Sunday (2nd Feb) we have our usual morning services (9am Traditional), 10.30am (All Age Worship) and after both we will have a sale of Second Hand Christian books at bargain prices (all proceeds towards the cost of replacing some of the church Bibles which are falling apart).  Reading Christian books is a great way of being encouraged and inspired as well as growing in our faith – please come and buy.
 
On Sunday evening at 6pm we are joining with other local churches for a taste of New Wine at Christ Church Turnham Green (close to Chiswick Park Station).  The speaker is Chloe Lynch from the London School of Theology.  This is a great opportunity to worship with other Christians and to catch a flavour of a New Wine event so why not give it a try?   Meet by Costas on the platform at Ealing Broadway Station at 5:30pm or meet us there.
 
Our free annual children’s party for those aged 5-11 years is on Saturday 8 February 3pm-6pm.  There will be fun, games, food and a magician entertainer. Do invite friends and family and sign up on our website.  More helpers are still needed to assist with tea and to speak to visiting families. Details from Morgen Edwards (Children’s Worker).
 
A couple of dates for your diary…
        The next Women’s Breakfast is on Saturday 7th March 10.30am -12.00noon with the theme of Decluttering our Spiritual Lives.  The speaker is Vicky Ikwuemesi an experienced speaker living in South London.
         Then on Sunday 8th March, former curate Steve Morris will be coming to us at 4pm to launch his latest book – ‘Our Precious lives’.  He will read extracts from the book and sign copies for any who want.  Tea and Cake will be available. I hope you have a good week and look forward to seeing you soon.

Steve