Pilgrimage to Oberammergau

Almost 2000 years ago, Jesus and his disciples were among the many pilgrims making their way to Jerusalem to celebrate the Passover.  They travelled in groups, praising Yahweh and singing Psalms of Ascent on the uphill road to the city of David.  What wonder and excitement they must have felt when its magnificent temple came […]

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Green Book Group

Green Book Group – starting again on Monday 23rd May The next book that the Green Book Group will discuss is ‘Climate change is racist’ by Jeremy Williams. This is an important and challenging book, sub-titled ‘Race, privilege and the struggle for climate justice’. Those attentive to the material available from Christian Aid or Tearfund […]

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Easter at St. Andrew’s

Was celebrated by members of the congregation led in communion by Revd. Dr Elizabeth Welch on the evening of Maundy Thursday, in person and online on the Good Friday Walk of Witness (pictured) with Christians from churches across central Ealing and on Easter Day by Revd Maggie Hindley, with communion (see sermon). Members of the […]

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Easter Day sermon

But…..not what you might expect!  Sermon given at St. Andrew’s Ealing by Revd Maggie Hindley, Easter Day, Sunday 17th April 2022  I was taught, many years ago, in relation to emotional literacy – I can’t remember what the context was – to be very careful in the use of the word but. But trumps whatever […]

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Easter Day service

An audio service recorded by Revd Dr Elizabeth Welch and members of the St. Andrew’s Ealing congregation for Easter Day. The Rev’d Dr Elizabeth Welch Opening Music:       St Andrews music group sing Alleluia Introduction Happy Easter! May this day be filled with Alleluias in the presence of the Risen Christ! I’m Elizabeth Welch, a URC minister […]

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Back to reality

We were delighted to welcome the new Thames North Synod Moderator, Revd George Watt, to St Andrew’s on 27th February.   Here is his sermon. Exodus 34.29-35 NRSVA Luke 9.28- 37-43 NRSVAA  Back to reality Both our readings today are extraordinary, out of this world. And there may be times (and now may be such a […]

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Green Book Group

The Green Book Club Will begin again on Monday 23rd May (4 – 5.15pm) on Zoom. The next book will be Climate Change Is Racist by Jeremy Williams. The discussion will be led by Revd Maggie Hindley and Mr Peter Skerratt.  

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Ga-Dangme Fellowship

  We are delighted to welcome back the Ga-Dangme Fellowship, who will be meeting in church on Sunday 27th March. They have been worshipping online since the first lockdown, but will now be back in person on the 4th Sunday of every month. We wish them every blessing as they return.

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