We used this this lovely gentle video of the Ignatian Examen from St Beuno’s at our homegroups last night. It is an ancient and very helpful spiritual exercise, designed to reflect on the day and to hold its blessings and struggles in the loving presence of God.
We had a delightful time at the Cally Festival this year, met lots of lovely people and got a reputation for oursleves for the quility of our free tea & cakes. There are worse things to be known for! Nice write-up in the Islington Tribune too.
The Barnsbury parish stall was perhaps the busiest of the day as volunteers from St Andrew’s, All Saints’ and Church on the Corner worked non-stop distributing free drinks and cakes.
Thanks to all of you who came along, helped out, distributed flyers or baked cakes.
Join us for the journey through Holy week from the darkness of Good Friday to the new hope which dawns on Easter day.
Friday 3rd April 7.30pm – Service of Shadows
Sunday 5th April 7pm – Easter Celebration
We reached the end of our series on the Sermon on the Mount last night. It is astonishing and unprecedented, and deeply challenging even for those of us who are very familiar with it. Here are 10 of the things we learned. Continue Reading
Our fabulous Carol service is on Sunday 21st December at 7pm. There will be marvellous music, candlelit wonder and plenty of festive cheer. If you want postcards to invite your friends, neighbours or workmates, you can pick some up at church on Sunday. Be on time to guarantee a seat!