Places of worship are permitted to be open during the lockdown. In view of this merciful opportunity we will be open, but no-one must feel compelled to come! We recognise that some will prefer to stay away and that it will be sensible to be cautious for a fair few of us.
We will be meeting in person for;
9am Family Service
10.30am Sunday gathering
10am Midweek group (Weds)
After Easter we will also be restarting in person meetings of;
We are continuing to produce an online version of our 10.30am Sunday service each week as well as our new Sunday Fellowship online
catch-up at 5pm each Sunday.
The sermon from the 10.30 gathering each week will also still be available using our 'dial-a-sermon' service. Just call 0208 138 9404 to listen in. (Calls charged at local rate).
We also want to ensure that everyone is well taken care of practically as well as emotionally and spiritually while many restrictions remain. Please don't hesitate to contact us if there is anything you need - including if you just need someone to talk to.
Online Sunday Service
Sunday 11 April
(Click here for details for any previous Sunday services)
Midweek Bible Study
Wednesday 21 April
Lockdown listening - a selection of hymns old and new to feed the soul and cheer the heart
Hope beyond coronavirus
How do we make sense of sickness and suffering in the world? Our Pastor preached a sermon series on this recently, based on John 11. This was recorded at Spicer Street Church in St Albans. You can listen to the sermons by clicking the links below;
Part 1: Life & Death: Heartless Jesus?
Part 2: Life & Death: Powerless Jesus?
Part 3: Life & Death: Meaningless Jesus?