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This week at St Bride's

Sunday 18th February - First Sunday of Lent

10.00am Taizé service: A quiet, reflective service with silence and simple chants in the style of the Taizé international ecumenical Christian community, led by our Lay Reader Helen Randall. Our theme for reflection in Lent is 'Holy Habits'. Our Team Vicar Mark Waters will speak about contemplative prayer.

12.30pm Narcotics Anonymous

6.30pm The Well: Open Table communion service - our ecumenical Christian worship community which offers a warm welcome to people who are: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer / Questioning, Intersex, Asexual (LGBTQIA), and all who seek an inclusive Church. Doors open 6pm for refreshments. For more details about Open Table see opentable.lgbt

Monday 19th February

10.30am MRANG: Safe ‘women only’ space for women seeking asylum.

Tuesday 20th February

10.30am MRANG: Safe ‘women only’ space for women seeking asylum.

7pm iChoir: singing, confidence, fun!

Wednesday 21st February

9.00am Morning Prayer: followed by tea and coffee.

6.00pm Yoga: An hour's gentle creative yoga with Natasha - why not give it a try.

7.30pm: Open Table Lent Course on the book Queer Virtue: What LGBTQ People Know About Life and Love and How It Can Revitalize Christianity. Read more. All welcome - every Wednesday until 28th March. Lifts available on request.

Thursday 22nd February

12.30pm Micah food bank

7.30pm at St Dunstan’s (side chapel): ‘Inspired to Follow - Art and the Bible Story’: Our extended Lent course gives us time and space to reflect on the life of Jesus using art from the National Gallery. Read more. The course will continue on all following Thursdays in Feb and March.

Friday 23rd February

10.00am Red Cross: Project for newly arrived refugees.

Sunday 25th February - Second Sunday of Lent

10.00am Holy Communion: Continuing our Lent series on 'Holy Habits' led by our Team Rector Miranda, with a reflection on the Ignatian Examen by Kieran.

6.30pm Centering Prayer: An ancient form of contemplative prayer based on the centuries-old Christian text The Cloud of Unknowing. Suitable for absolute beginners as well as those who have been practising for a while. Tea and coffee from 6.00pm.


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