Whatever you think of church,
St Bride's is doing it differently!
This week at St Bride's
St Bride’s September Theme; Poems for Justice
How the ancient prophet Micah still speaks to us today
2nd September-Competition or Cooperation?
9th September- When is Justice Unjust?
16th September-What Do We Want From Life?
The series above is led by Jonathan Chatworthy
23rd September- Miranda Threlfall-Holmes, A Celebration of Baptism and
Our First Service in the New St. Bride’s Space
30th September @St Michael in the City 11.15am - Team Parish Service for
Harvest with the commissioning of Cate Jacobs as Worship Leader Intern
Please note no morning services at St Brides and St Dunstan’s today.
Sunday 16th September- Sixteenth Sunday after Trinity
10.00am Morning Prayer Service followed by tea and coffee
12.30pm Narcotics Anonymous
6.30pm Open Table Communion Service - our ecumenical
Christian worship community 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 www.opentable.lgbt
Monday 17th September
11.00am-2.00pm @ St Michael in the City - Community Market here you can buy your discount groceries, in support of our partner charity Micah Food Bank. A Pay As You Feel lunch is also available
Tuesday 18th September
10.30am-1.30pm MRANG Refugee Women's Support Group - Please note that during this time St Bride's is a women's only space
6.30pm-8.30pm i Choir - Open access community choir, with focus on well-being and mental health
Wednesday 19th September
9.00am Morning Prayer - followed by tea and coffee! You are welcome to join us for this midweek spiritual boost.
Thursday 21st September
12.30pm-2.30pm Micah Emergency Food Aid
Friday 22nd September
10.am-2.00pm Red Cross Refugee Project - Drop in Centre
Sunday 23rd September - Seventeenth Sunday after Trinity
12.30pm Narcotics Anonymoust
6.30pm @ St Bride’s - Launch of That Music Thing with pizza served from 6pm. This is an initiative by PCC member Hannah Dawson for anew congregation based around making music together. It is fully inclusiveof all music abilities, so bring your instrument, bring your voices and we willworship together through music; contemporary Christian music, well-loved simple hymns and even some musical improvisation inspired by the daily readings. This service is also our Fresher’s Week event.
Sunday 23rd September 6.30pm (refreshments from 6.00pm @Tim Slack’s house - Centering Prayer will be held at Tim Slack’s house on Heath Road, just a 3 minute walk from the 86 bus stop. For further detail contact Mark Waters email@example.com