Ealing Foodbank – thanks

Hello All at St Andrew’s We here at Ealing Foodbank would like to take the opportunity to thank you for your support in 2018 and the total of all your generous donations amounts to 725.45kg. Please do extend our thanks and gratitude to the whole congregation. We would also like to thank you for your […]

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EALING FOODBANK – New client Centre

The meeting held to discuss the opening of a New Client Centre for Ealing Foodbank (EFB) at Ealing Green Church took place on Tuesday 15 January 2019 and was attended by 76 people – 31 of whom registered to be a volunteer and an additional 13 signed up to receive more information – which was […]

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Baby bank

On Tuesday 15th January The Salvation Army in Ealing opened its doors for the first Baby Bank session. The Baby Bank is a collection of good quality mostly second hand baby clothes and equipment made available to families who for whatever reason are struggling with the cost of having a child. We also have a […]

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Dear Friends: preparing for Lent

Dear Friends, Thank you so much for all your Christmas cards and good wishes to Jamie and me. We had a lovely Christmas, and I hope you did too. It seems a long time ago now, and already as a church we need to be looking ahead.  We start with Lent, our season of preparation […]

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Sermon: Wedding Presence

Sermon given at St. Andrew’s URC Ealing 20th Jan 2019 by Revd Sue McCoan Isaiah 62:1-5 John 2:1-11 One of the delights of being a minister is that you sometimes get asked to conduct weddings. I love it. I love being part of the preparations, and I love seeing all the clothes on the day, […]

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St Andrew’s Church Away Day, Sat 7th September

What are we thankful for? How is God working among us? Where is God leading us next? A day to celebrate and strengthen our church fellowship, in the lovely surroundings of the Niland Conference Centre in Bushey Heath. The more of us who can be there, the richer the day will be for all, so […]

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Epiphany

The Revd John Proctor, General Secretary of the United Reformed Church, reflects on how a train journey during the cold winter months inspired an epiphany. I had an epiphany, on a train of all places. At this time of year, most of my commute takes place before dawn or after dark. The countryside beside the […]

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Sharing the gift of Christmas

The Revd Nigel Uden, Moderator of the United Reformed Church General Assembly, reflects on how Christmas is experienced by different people across the world. Christmas Day isn’t the same for everyone. Some will be in the northern hemisphere’s winter, dreaming of a white Christmas. But others will be on an Australian beach dreaming of cooling […]

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