Ealing Green Church
Methodist and United Reformed Church

©Ealing Green Church Charity No. 1144083  -  2015  


Minister:  Rev Dr Jennifer Smith   

Associate Pastor:  Rev Randolph Turner

Church Office Manager    

020 8810 0136

egcadministrator@btconnect.com

The Church Office is open daily
9.30am - 3pm, with a break at lunch


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In public worship at 11 a.m. each Sunday we praise God, read and reflect on the scriptures, sing, and pray together. There is a mix of traditional and modern hymns and a chance to be still in busy lives. Click below for more information.

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There are several rooms available for hire. Click below for more information.

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The Church runs different groups and activities including Bible Studies, Choir, Fellowship Group and Lunch Club. Click below for more information.

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Ealing Green Church is a partnership between the United Reformed and Methodist churches locally.  


It has members from many different backgrounds and countries, some who are used to church and some who have found their way to church only recently.  Some are passing through Ealing only briefly as students or with work, some have lived here many years.  Together we seek to live a faithful and fruitful Christian life, worshipping God and serving our community with generosity, humour, and good will.

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2 July 2017

Preacher:

Rev Dr Jennifer Smith

Bible Steward:

Valerie Jokosenumi

Reader:

Helen Harper

Prayers:   

Vera Marston

Summer Service Series 2017


This year's Summer Series is based on Desmond Tutu's book "God has a Dream: A Vision of Hope for Our Time". The series provides services for the 6-week period running from 23rd July to 27th August.


Desmond Tutu was the first black Archbishop of Capetown and rose to world-wide fame during the 1980’s for the heroism and grace he showed as an opponent of apartheid. In this book, Tutu shares the spiritual message that guided him through those troubled times. We can look forward some thought-provoking services!


Week 1 - 23 July:   God believes in us

Week 2 - 30 July:   God’s dream

Week 3 - 6 August:   God loves you as you are

Week 4 - 13 August:   God loves your enemies

Week 5 - 20 August:   God only has us

Week 6 - 27 August:   In the fullness of time



Prayer from the London District Chairs, in response to the fire at Grenfell Tower.


Gracious God

We pray for those caught up in the fire at
     Grenfell Tower,

for casualties, for the wounded, for the
     missing & the traumatised.

We pray for the emergency services & for
     those who are responsible for
     co-ordinating the response to this
     major incident.

In despair bring hope

In injury bring healing

In fear bring comfort.

In helplessness be our strength

In your mercy hear our prayers

In Christ’s name.

Amen


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London District has received many calls from those who wish to donate to the community of Grenfell Towers.We would ask that at the moment financial donations are sent through the District so that we can collect and process.This will then be sent to help the families and emergency services affected by the fire. Please ask your treasurers to either send a cheque noting on the back for ‘Grenfell’, or send directly to our CAF account, details as below with the reference ‘Grenfell’:


Account Name: London District of the
                                 Methodist Church

Sort Code: 40-52-40

Account No: 00030154


Mike Long, Superintendent at Notting Hill, has reported that the church have been inundated with physical donations of clothing and food – we have warmly welcomed these, but at present they do not have the capacity to receive any more donations.He is seeking space at the Methodist Churches nearby.We will update you on this as we receive more information.


Thank you for your continued support & prayers, please do continue to pray for all involved  ~  The District Team