“Woven” Survey and Conference   (19/09/19)

“Woven” is a theme being explored by the London District for 2019-21. It centres on the power of storytelling to transform lives. It also reminds us of Jesus’ call to evangelism and discipleship, thus interweaving our lives with communities so that they too may experience and share God’s story.

In preparation for various initiatives around the theme of “Woven”, the London District has set up an online survey to gain a sense of members’ feelings around sharing and living out God’s story. To take part, go to The survey should take 5 – 10 minutes to complete. Please complete the survey by Sunday 29th September.

The “Woven” Conference focussing on equipping people confidently to share God’s story and your story will take place at High Leigh Conference Centre on Friday 10th – Sunday 12th July 2020. The keynote speaker will be Dr Elaine Heath, former Dean of the Divinity School of Duke University and Co-founder of the Missional Wisdom Foundation. To book places, go to Booking opens on 14th September and ‘early bird’ rates will apply until 29th November. Places cost: adults (age 17+) £50 early bird, £60 normal; children (ages 6 – 16) £25 early bird, £30 normal and under 5’s free.


National Weekend of Invitation – Creating a Culture of Invitation  (19/09/19)

In preparation for the National Weekend of Invitation next 26th – 28th June when we will be encouraged to invite our friends, family and neighbours to church, there is a special conference ‘Creating a Culture of Invitation’ at Central Hall Westminster on Saturday 19th October from 9.30am – 3.00pm. The speaker will be Michael Harvey who has been helping churches in 18 countries over the last 15 years to move from being ‘welcoming’ to being ‘inviting’. Register online at There will be a free sandwich lunch for those who register by 6th October.


John Bell and ORAN   (19/09/19)

Join John Bell and ORAN (Iona Abbey Musicians) for an evening learning new songs from the World Church interspersed with reflections and music by ORAN. The event takes place at St James, Piccadilly on Wednesday 13th November 2019 starting at 5.50pm. There will be Iona Liturgy until 6.20pm followed at 7.00pm by a Song and Music Workshop. Tickets can be booked via Eventbrite (see below for link).

This is a free event but donations are welcome and will go towards upgrading and creating disabled access at the Iona Abbey buildings.

To book tickets via Eventbrite click here.


The Turning   (01/08/19)

‘The Turning’ is a movement that is galvanizing Churches across the UK to take the good news of Jesus to the streets of our towns and cities. The Turning Mission to London will be launched on 21st September at Westminster Chapel, Buckingham Gate, London SW1E 6BS with keynote speakers Pastor Bill Johnson (Bethel Church, Redding, California) and Pastor Yinka Oyekan (The Gate Church, Reading, UK). Registration starts at 9.15am and the event will begin at 10.00am and finish at 8.30pm with breaks for lunch and dinner. There will be an opportunity for an hours' outreach on the streets around Westminster to share the Gospel and see people respond. The cost for the day is £30 (lunch and dinner not provided). You can sign up for tickets on Eventbrite. You can find out more about The Turning by going to


Greenford International Evening   (09/07/19)

Greenford is organising an International Evening on Saturday 5th October from 6.00pm – 9.00pm in support of the Christian Aid Iraq and Lebanon Project. Entrance will be £5.00 per person. All are invited to attend! There are many nationalities and cultures among in the Circuit and if anyone would like to contribute an item for the entertainment - a song, dance, sketch or poem etc, please click here to contact Win Thompson..


Fire Safety in the Home   (02/07/19)

Are you concerned about fire safety in your home? Did you know that the London Fire Brigade will fit smoke alarms for you free of charge? Fitting smoke alarms is a good way of helping you to keep safe in the event of a fire in your home – sadly there have been horrific cases of people dying in their homes in Ealing often within the older community. If you, or someone you know would like to take up the offer, please contact Jessica Pittam by e-mail at or call her on 07884 114 941.