Archive for October, 2015

Friendship of another kind

I have learnt all sorts of strategies and subterfuges  in order to increase the chances of being loved. At least, liked. But here’s a paradox, I don’t know if you’ve noticed it as well… Those I love and like the most are those with whom I’m the most real. One definition of friendship is that […]

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Feasibility Update: Church Visits

Many of you will remember the Sunday we dedicated to thinking, dreaming and praying about our church site and the possibilities that could be opened up by redevelopment. The background to this was that the church was going to have to spend a substantial sum in the short term, just to maintain the existing buildings. And, considering […]

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Cooking for the community

It’s nine months since Peckham FoodCycle began operating out of the church hall. With 430 keen volunteers on their books (that’s for Peckham Foodcycle alone), it’s a bit of a phenomenon. Jen Wales tells us why she got involved and how FoodCycle works.

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God ♥ children

God and children already have ways of being together, because this is how God created them. (Rebecca Nye)   I wonder how that works for babies, and then for toddlers, as they take their first steps, begin to understand our words, and then to speak? John the Baptist knew Christ even before he was born.

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