Tue, 18th September 2018
6:30 pm
PRISM Drinks Reception Celebration for Donors and Supporters
An evening for Donors, Supports and Congregation to come together to celebrate the church restoration. A chance to see and hear all about the restoration including architects and others involved in the project. The children's choir will also perform.
Wed, 19th September 2018
1:30 pm
1.30pm The Spire
At home? Want a break? Need a change of scene? ‘The Spire’ is a weekly community space for local people. Tea, Coffee and board games (eg. scrabble / cards / jigsaws) will be available. Wednesday afternoons, 1:30-3:30pm in the Church Main Hall. Do come and join us! Invite your friends!
Church Hall
Thu, 20th September 2018
4:45 pm
4.45-5.30pm St M Children's Choir
For school years 3-6
- Led by the amazing Evangeline Graham
- Learn how to read music & sing in parts
(Tea & toast available from 3.45pm)
Fri, 21st September 2018
6:30 pm
6.30-8pm Saints Youth Cafe
Come and hang out with friends and enjoy the wii, play pool, drink milkshakes, hot chocolate, as well as lots of other café goodies. EVERY FRIDAY during term time for 11-15 year olds. Meet in the Church Hall.
Sun, 23rd September 2018
9:00 am
9am BCP Holy Communion
Book of Common Prayer Holy Communion service.
Sun, 23rd September 2018
10:30 am
10.30am Communion Service

Talk: What is our true identity? 2

Speaker: Sandy Christie


Sun, 23rd September 2018
6:30 pm
6.30pm Evening service

Talk: God’s covenant with Abraham   Genesis 15
Speaker: John Clark
Wed, 26th September 2018
1:30 pm
1.30pm The Spire
At home? Want a break? Need a change of scene? ‘The Spire’ is a weekly community space for local people. Tea, Coffee and board games (eg. scrabble / cards / jigsaws) will be available. Wednesday afternoons, 1:30-3:30pm in the Church Main Hall. Do come and join us! Invite your friends!
Church Hall
Thu, 27th September 2018
4:45 pm
4.45-5.30pm St M Children's Choir
For school years 3-6
- Led by the amazing Evangeline Graham
- Learn how to read music & sing in parts
(Tea & toast available from 3.45pm)
Thu, 27th September 2018
8:00 pm
Evening Meeting with Rob Scott on "How should Christians respond to Islam?"


Rob lectures in Islamic Studies at Oak Hill TheologicalCollege in North London. A few years ago he and his family spent 18 months inNE Bangladesh learning the Sylheti language, in order to better understand themany people of Sylheti origin in Tower Hamlets. Previously he worked for theWorld Health Organisation and the Charity Commission.

This event is part of our programme of events to celebrate the completion of PRISM - our church restoration project.   Please arrive 7.45 for 8pm start.