Winter Craft Market – Hanwell Methodist Church   (25/10/18)

Hanwell’s Winter Craft Market will be held on Saturday 24th November from 10.00am – 3.00pm. There will be over 20 stalls offering a wide range of quality crafts including jewellery, hats and bags, cards and candles, knits and scarves, wood and glass, paintings and prints and local honey. Cakes, refreshments and light lunches will also be available. Admission is free. For more information call 020 8567 4018.


Acton Hill Gospel Chorale Christmas Concert   (23/10/18)

Acton Hill Gospel Chorale is presenting a Christmas Concert on 1st December 2018 at 7.15pm. Tickets are £8.00 including light refreshments and are available at the door. All are welcome. It’s a good opportunity to enjoy much loved carols and some new ones as well.


Acton Hill – Day Trip to Calais   (23/10/18)

Acton Hill is organising a day trip to the Cité Europe shopping centre in Calais on Saturday 24th November at a price of £40.00 per person. Pick up from 6.30am from Ealing Hospital, Hanwell and Acton. For more information or to book a seat contact call 0791 355 3844, 020 8575 7222 or 020 8992 0142.


Living Well Series at Ealing Green   (18/10/18)

Please note that the 24th October session of the Living Well series at Ealing Green has had to be cancelled. The next session will now be on 28th November at 2.00pm when the topic will be ‘Bereavement’.


Ealing Charity Christmas Card Shop   (16/10/18)

This year the Ealing Charity Christmas Card Shop will be at the Church of Christ the Saviour in Ealing Broadway. Starting on Tuesday 30th October until Wednesday 19th December the shop will be open Monday – Friday from 10.00am to 3.00pm.


My Life is but a Weaving: the Fabric of Faith – Exhibition at Gunnersbury Park House             (16/10/18)
Tuesday – Sunday 16th October 2018 – 6th January 2019 10.00am – 4.00pm
Admission free

In 2016, artist Katy Beinart worked with a group of women from different faith backgrounds in Ealing to produce collaborative textile artworks about their biographies of faith, fabric and locality as part of a research project ‘Making Suburban Faith’. The exhibition showcases an installation of the artworks together with photography by Laura Cuch Grases and poems by Nazeen Ahmed. Making Suburban Faith is a project by University College London and Royal Holloway Universities and is funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council.

Gunnersbury Park Museum is in Gunnersbury Park House, Gunnersbury Park, Popes Lane, London W5 4NH.


Ealing Newman Circle Talks: Christian Discipleship Today    (25/09/18)

Following the success of the series of talks on the Reformation, the Ealing Newman Circle had put together a series of talks under the title ‘Christian Discipleship Today’ which aim to examine some of the practical ways in which Christians are attempting to give witness to their stated belief in Jesus. Talks begin at 8.00pm and will last for 40-45 minutes and take place at Ealing Abbey. Charlbury Grove, Ealing, W5 2DY.

4th October,2018: “Churches and the media” - Brenden Thompson of Catholic Voices
1st November 2018: “Inclusivity: A Gospel Mandate” - Fr Diamuid O.Murchu
24th January 2019: “Christians Against Poverty/Northfields Job Club” - A Pambakian.
28th February 2019: “Globalisation and Inequality” - Professor Philip Booth
28th March 2019: “Refugees and Asylum Seekers” - Sarah Teather, Jesuit refugee service
16th May 2019: “Counselling Today” - Ginny Ellis, Ealing Abbey non -denominational service


Northolt Church Building   (30/08/18)

The latest edition of In-touch includes a note about subsidence at Northolt during the recent hot weather. Since the note was written it has become clear that the situation is nowhere near as bad as was first reported. Following inspection by a qualified surveyor the building and the worship area in particular has been deemed safe to use. Whilst there has been some movement in a small part of the building which continues to be monitored, the surveyor also felt that with the return of wetter weather the movement in the building might be reversed.


Prayer Meeting   (30/08/18)

You are invited to a prayer meeting every first Thursday of the month at Deacon Lemia Nkwelah’s manse at midday. This prayer meeting is open to all in the Circuit. It is part of who we are as disciples that we come together and hold a time to communicate with God. A time when we listen and think as well as speak to God. We gather in the hope that we support one another spiritually as we seek for a good relationship with God and to be changed by God and for God to change family, friends and the community in which we live. We gather in prayer to seek God's presence.


Living Well Series   (30/08/18 - updated 11/10/18)

The Circuit’s Living Well Series (formerly the Living and Dying Well Series) 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 places every fourth Wednesday at Ealing Green Church at 2.00pm, lasting about 90 minutes. This series is aimed to reach out to all our churches/members of our Ealing Trinity Circuit, and friends from this community. The next session is on 24th October an 'open session' - bring and share some scripture, a poem or hymn that lifts you up spiritually.


Pentecost Party – 3Generate   (22/05/18)

Wow! What a fantastic afternoon we had celebrating Pentecost together last Sunday (20th May). The church at Acton Hill was full to overflowing and by the end everyone was dancing. It was a great start to our Church Alive programme.

As part of the service we had an offering to send our young people to the Methodist youth event 3Generate. It’s wonderful that we have around 15 young people who want to go, a number of leaders ready to go with them and a volunteer driver to take them. All we need is £2,000 to make it all possible. At the Pentecost Party we raised over £600 – thank you for your generosity. If you haven’t given yet and would like to support our young people, please send your donation to the Circuit Office, Kingsdown Methodist Church, Kingsdown Ave, London W13 9PR (cheques should be made payable to ‘Ealing Trinity Methodist Circuit’).