Notices

"Remembrance Rocks" at Ealing Green   (19/10/17)

On Sunday 12th November we will be joining with thousands across the country to remember those who gave their lives in battle. As a run-up to that, you are invited to a Remembrance Art Workshop on Wednesday 8th November at 7.30pm at Ealing Green Church. There will be an opportunity for quiet reflection as well as to create a memory stone in honour of someone who died. All are welcome to attend this event, children as well as adults, and the memory stone can be for anyone you have lost.

If you would like to come to the workshop or would like more information, please click here to contact Deacon Ramona Samuel or call her on 07483 142576.

 

Winter Craft Market at Hanwell   (19/10/17)

Hanwell is organising a Winter Craft Market on Saturday 25th November from 10.00am – 3.00pm. Browse around a wide range of quality craft items and solve those Christmas gifts! Admission is free and refreshments and light lunches will be available.

If you have a craft and would like a table contact Gill Standfield on 020 8567 4018 – tables are £12 for a full table and £6 for a half table.

 

Ealing Charity Christmas Card Shop   (10/10/17)

This year the Ealing Charity Christmas Card Shop will be at the church of Christ the Saviour in Ealing Broadway. The shop will be open from Monday to Saturday from 10.00am – 5.00pm starting on Tuesday 31st October and closing on Tuesday 19th December.

 

Ealing Newman Circle: 500th Anniversary of the Reformation   (10/10/17)

The next talk in the Ealing Newman Circle’s series celebrating the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation in Europe. Is on Thursday 19th October at 8.00pm in the Newman Chapel Ealing Abbey, Marchwood Crescent, W5 2DZ. The talk will be given by Revd Sarah Bagnall Farrow who is Chaplain at the International Lutheran Student Centre and Assistant Minister at St Anne’s Lutheran Church in the City of London. The subject of the talk will be ‘Seeing the Reformation: Luther’s theology explained through the Wittenberg Altarpiece’.

Click here to download full details of the series.

 

Grandparents and Toddlers Group Starting at Hanwell   (10/10/17)

Hanwell is starting a new group for ‘Grandparents and Toddlers’. The group will meet on Tuesdays from 1.30pm – 3.30pm starting on 31st October at Hanwell Methodist Church, Church Road, Hanwell W7 1DJ. There will be craft activities and a baby corner. There is a small charge of £1.00 per grandparent which includes refreshments and a snack. For more information, contact Gill on 020 8567 4018.

 

Iris Axon Concert Series at Acton Hill   (10/10/17)

The next concert in the Iris Axon Concert Series at Acton Hill church will be on Sunday November 5th at 4.00pm with the pianist An-Ting Chang. Programmes at door £6.00, concessions £5.00, children £2.00. Acton Hill church is on the corner of High St and Woodlands Ave, W3 9BU.

For fulll details of the concert series, go to www.classicalconcerts-acton.com.

 

Associate Pastor for Ealing Green and Kingsdown   (27/07/17)

The Circuit is pleased to announce the appointment of Penny Pedley as Associate Pastor for Ealing Green and Kingsdown. She will take up her appointment on 1st September. Penny is an Anglican Lay Minister with many years experience who has already participated in the life of the Circuit through her involvement with the Healing Team at Greenford and her preaching particularly at a number of our churches.

 

Regular Prayer Group at Greenford   (30/03/17)

Greenford Methodist Church is starting a regular Prayer Group which will also be open to everyone from the Circuit. The Group will meet on every first Thursday of the month starting after Easter on 4th May at 2.00pm. Meetings will take place at the manse Deacon Lemia Nkwelah's manse (see Circuit Directory for address details or call 020 8575 5594). All are welcome!

 

Ruby Ministries   (02/02/17)

We are Ruby Ministries, a group supported by our Circuit which is concerned about night women on the streets of Southall. We seek to expose the injustices hidden in the shadows of its streets. The challenge for us is that when we walk the streets of Southall at night, what do we see? As we walk and pray every fourth Friday of the month, we ask God to help us to see the unthinkable so that we can reach out with compassion and help.

You may be interested in walking the streets of Southall in prayer or you may have ideas of how to be church to the night women of Southall. Please join us in our prayer walks, 11.00pm every fourth Friday of the month. If you feel called to this ministry, please get in touch with Deacon Lemia Nkwelah at lemmynkwelah@gmail.com or call 020 8575 5463.