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Christmas

We'd love to invite you to celebrate Christmas with us at one of our Carol Services! Check out the calendar page to see the times and locations of our services on 4th and 11th December.

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STEPS Introduction Session

What habits would you like to leave behind in 2022? Our next online STEPS course starts in January 2023, and is designed to help you break free from unhelpful thought or behaviour patterns that are holding you back.

Join a free online Introduction Session on 8th December or 12th January to find out more. Sign up below!

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Our Confidence

Watch the music video for our new single, 'Our Confidence' on YouTube!

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Work for us

We are looking to recruit a part-time Kids Worker to support the Families Ministry Leader in the running of Sunday Kids Work at the Stockwell service. This person will have the primary role in the smooth set up and running of the Kids Work provision at the Stockwell Service.

If you are interested, we'd love to hear from you. Download the job description and find out how to apply below.

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Latest talks

Catch up on our latest podcasts.

Advent: Hope

Jo Bird 27th November 2022

Hope is a central theme in the Bible, and a foundational aspect of the Christian faith. During Advent and Christmas we remember our living hope – the person of Jesus Christ! In this talk, Jo looks at what happens when our hope is in the wrong people or things, and how we can instead live as people whose hope in God.

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Formed by the Word

Natalie Powell 6th November 2022

The Bible is God’s living word, and has the power to renew and transform our minds. In this talk, Natalie looks at how we can practice habits that help us to be shaped and formed by the word of God, rather than the world.

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Guest Speakers Makoto and Haejin Shim Fujimura

David Stroud 13th November 2022

At our Central service, David Stroud interviewed leading abstract artist and popular speaker Makoto Fujimura and his wife Haejin Shim. Makoto is also a well-known expert in Kintsugi, the Japanese art of restoring broken pottery in such a way that the repaired piece is more beautiful and more valuable than the original.

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