Climbing Kilimanjaro for CLEFT

I seem to be collecting ‘challenge’s in my 50’s! In 2015 I ran the London Marathon in aid of Against Breast Cancer, in 2016 I ran a marathon in Uganda for CLEFT and a year ago I found myself enthusiastically agreeing to yet another challenge, in October 2019, namely climbing the highest free-standing mountain in […]

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Dear Friends – June

Dear Friends, The other day, Jamie and I went to Pitzhanger Manor. It’s been under wraps ever since we arrived in Ealing, so we had no idea what it had been like before or what to expect. Over the last year, we’ve watched as the hoardings have come down little by little, and the building […]

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Foodbank donations

I would like to thank you for your recent donation to Ealing Foodbank last week. This weighed a total of 62.40kg. In the last 12 months, your generous donations have weighed a total of 870.35kg!  Please do pass on our thanks and gratitude to all those involved to help those in the Ealing Borough who find […]

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D-Day remembered

St. Andrew’s member Rena Stewart remembers her work at Bletchley Park on the secret preparations for the invasion of Nazi-occuplied France in today’s edition of Songs of Praise    

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Quiz Night Saturday 6th July

7 pm – 10 pm St. Andrew’s United Reformed Church St. Aidan’s Hall Join Rachel & Mick McClements and Kaye & Peter Knowles for a quiz evening which has been organised to raise money for the charity CLEFT. Kaye  Rachel & Mick  are to climb Kilimanjaro in October 2019 to raise money for the Cleft […]

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Companions on the Way: Exploring the Emmaus Story

Walking the Way has produced a Bible Study resource, ‘Companions on the Way’, to help congregations explore the significance of the Emmaus story from the Gospel of Luke in our own Walk with Jesus today.On the road to Emmaus, the friends of Jesus come across something which forces them to STOP in their tracks, LOOK at what is being […]

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Holy Habits Day, Saturday 22nd June

Holy Habits grew out of a study of Acts 2:42-47 by Methodist minister Andrew Roberts. He identified ten habitual practices of the early church that could help develop and enrich our discipleship today. From his study, the URC and Methodist churches have developed resources for churches wishing to pursue ‘a Spirit-filled life of discipleship that […]

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Celtic Spirituality – discussion group

Discussion Group – ‘Wind of the Spirit’ Our Discussion Group is running again from Monday 20th May to Monday 1st July (no meeting on Mon 27th May). The material is ‘Wind of the Spirit’ by John Birch, based on Celtic spirituality. As with his Bible studies, which we have used before, John Birch offers plenty […]

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Dear Friends: Reaching out

Dear Friends, It’s a small world. On our recent Ministers’ Spring School in Leeds, we took a day trip to Sheffield to find out about the URC team ministry there. A Church Army officer told us about city centre mission and took us on a prayer walk. Over lunch, it transpired that his wife is […]

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