Exploring Forg­­iveness: An Exhibition of Stories and Programme of Events, Feb.

8 – 18 February 2016 “All people are capable of being perpetrators or victims – and sometimes both” Father Michael Lapsley, Zimbabwe – injured by a letter bomb During ten days in February we will be hosting the acclaimed exhibition of the Forgiveness Project, a thought provoking collection of arresting images and personal narratives exploring […]

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Tu B’Shevat Jewish festival 25 Jan

An invitation to join us for Tu B’Shevat  The annual Jewish festival marking the new year for trees   With Rabbi Janet Burden of Ealing Liberal  Synagogue Please join us for an intergenerational celebration of this Jewish festival of trees and nature.   The event will include poetry, conversation and reflection. Everyone – people of all faith and […]

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Year of Kindness

Year of Kindness  The Pope has declared 2015 – 6 a Year of Mercy – a year to celebrate God’s forgiving nature and stories of human care and compassion. We had a church meeting on 3rd January and decided to copy him – only we thought we understood the word Kindness better than Mercy.  What […]

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Epiphany – a time of gifts

St. Andrew’s, West Kilburn, Sunday 3rd Jan 2016 Every year in December, primary children from the Muslim school across the road come to visit to hear about Christmas from a Christian. So I tell them the story and then they ask questions. What they always want to know is Why do you give and get […]

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Equanimity

Luke 1:66-79 (The Benedictus) Philippians 1: 3-11 Luke 3: 1-6 The Sainsbury’s Christmas Advert 2015: Mog’s Christams Calamity Sermon: St. Andrew’s West Kilburn, 6th December 2015 I’ve had a more than usually stressful week. I’ve got a cold; sore throat, and sneezles, and just feeling like getting tucked up under the duvet. My new cat […]

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