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Churches Together in Britain and Ireland have arranged a special service "Doing Justice: A National Service of Reflection on the Anniversary of the murder of George Floyd". The service will be hosted at the New Testament Church of God in Brixton in South London and will challenge churches and communities in Britain and Ireland to stand up for justice, and against racism, ignorance and hatred. A number of South London church leaders will take part. The service will be broadcast at 7.00pm on 25 May via YouTube and other social media platforms. BBC Radio 4 will subsequently broadcast it on 30 May for its Sunday Worship programme.
Horizon Church Sutton seeks to recruit a Community Pastor. This will be a paid position.
The application form is available to download here.
The details can also be found at https://www.horizonchurchsutton.org/vacancies.
A Christian Missionary family based abroad have their 2 Bedroom Flat available to rent from 1 June 2021 (date is flexible). Quiet, modern apartment complex just across the road from Beddington Park, Wallington. The apartment has Private allocated parking plus a communal garden. Less than 10mins walk to Hackbridge rail station. Also walking distance to Wallington train station and town centre.
Rent: £985 pcm plus bills.
Ideal tenant would be a Christian single/couple/family or a close trusted friend/family member.
For any further details, please feel free to contact:
Chris & Veronica
Church Mission Society (CMS) Mission Partners
Telephone: ( +34) 698248872 (Spain)
The UK Government has made a pathway to the UK for Hongkongers seeking to escape China's imposition of draconian national security laws. Hundreds of thousands of Hongkongers will be moving to the UK, a large percentage of them will be Christians. A large number of Hongkongers have arrived and are planning to settle in Sutton, many this year.
As churches in Sutton, we want to welcome Hongkongers, befriend, support, and care for them. So you are invited to a vision and prayer evening, on Tuesday 11th May, 8-9 pm.
We will hear from Hongkongers already in Sutton. Krish Kandiah, who leads UKHK.org, a national platform for welcoming and supporting Hongkongers, will share the national vision. Welcoming Churches and London City Mission will share with us too, about the opportunities before us. Then we will hear about some of the ways local churches are responding already and how you can get more involved.
Then we will pray, knowing that God's heart is for Hongkongers that he wants to mobilise us to respond.
To take part in the evening please register here.