Living Well

I have set you an example that you should do as I have done for you. (John 13: v15)

Jesus said, ‘Come to me, all you that are weary and are carrying heavy burdens, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you, and learn from me; for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls.’
 

We are pilgrims on a journey and on the way we celebrate the grace of God who desires wholeness of body, mind and Spirit for all people.
 

Jesus said, ‘I have come so that you may have life, and may have it in all its fullness.’

 

'Living Well' is an Ealing Trinity Circuit series that looks at issues around how we can live well in our contemporary society. Sessions involve fellowship and conversation with special insights from our guest speakers and take place on every fourth Wednesday at Ealing Green Church at 2.00pm and last about 90 minutes.

Ealing Green Church is on Ealing Green, London W5 5QT

Forthcoming sessions during 2019 

26th June - Deacon Richard Goldstraw

Day Retreat at the Kairos Centre, Roehampton 25th July 2019

The retreat will be led by the Rev'd Rachel Bending and Deacon Lemia Nkwelah and you are invited to join those who regularly attend the Living Well Series. There is a maximum of 20 places available (8 of which have already been booked), so if you would like to join the retreat, please book a place with Deacon Lemia Nkwleah as soon as possible - click here to contact her. There is no fixed charge for the day, but a donation of £10.00 towards the cost is requested. Further details of the programme will be available shortly.

Some thoughts presented by Rev Pat Wright, as we live well and eventually meet our endings, we endeavour to:

 

     1.  To find a meaning in life.

      2.  To search and question.

      3.  To be listened to with respect.

      4.  To be answered with honesty.

      5.  To be loved and accepted.

      6.  To love, to be needed, to give.

      7.  To have a guide and companion.

      8.  To have the opportunity to grow.

      9.  To have food for the journey.

     10. To travel in hope.