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We wish everyone a Happy Christmas.
Our services this morning are both at 10:30am. At Cade Road the service will be led by Revd Helen Hollands, whilst at Kennington it will be Mr Hugh Burnham. All are welcome and there is room for all.
Our United All Age Worship this morning was led by Mr Tom Lewis from the United Church Cade Road.
We talked about the rich man and the poor man, reminding us about our priorities in life.
How can we choose to live for God this week.
This Sunday morning we were led by Revd Paul Dean on the Sunday after Ascension Sunday.
The readings were from Acts 16: 16-34 and John 17: 20-26. Paul spoke about Jesus praying for us so that we might know the love of God. The gift of unity comes from God and our Lord Jesus Christ.
Our service next Sunday is part of our Jubilee celebrations and will be led by Revd Paul Dean at 10:30am.
Our services on Sunday 27th are at 10:30am:
Cade Road – Revd Helen Hollands – All Age Worship, this will be live streamed as normal.
Kennington – Miss Sophie Carnaby
At 6:30pm the SKY group will be meeting at Cade Road.
A lovely nativity scene that reminds us Christmas – it’s just about Jesus!Unfortunately, I don’t know the artist to give credit.
We had lots of fun exploring the Christmas story at Messy Church this afternoon. Activities included stars, angels, donkeys, an edible stable and some very bouncy balloon sheep!
We look forward to welcoming you to our Sunday morning worships for this the 3rd Sunday of Advent.
10:30am at Kennington – led by Barbara Lunn
10:30am at Cade Road – led by Paul Missin, this service will be available via our YouTube channel:
Messy Church is at 2pm at the John Wesley School, but is fully booked for this month. The SKY Alpha group will be meeting at 6:30pm at Cade Road.
A reflective service of peace and hope for those who find Christmas difficult.
Monday 20th December 3pm at United Church, Cade Road.