Whatever you think of church,
St Bride's is doing it differently!
This week at St Bride's
Sunday 22nd April 2018 - Fourth Sunday of Easter
10.00am Taizé Morning Prayer followed by tea & coffee
12.30pm Narcotics Anonymous
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
Monday 23rd April
10.30am MRANG: Safe ‘women only’ space for women seeking asylum.
6.00pm ‘The land is common to us all’ - Theology & Modernity lecture
Fr Gerry Proctor MBE, Chair of Engage Liverpool will deliver the next in our series of Theology & Modernity lectures, exploring a theology of place and neighbourhood. Engage Liverpool is a social enterprise run by volunteers who live in the apartments of the Waterfront and City Centre. They care passionately about sustainable living in the City Centre and are committed to making it a place where people would want to live out the whole of their lives and not just for a brief transitional period in their youth. The Theology and Modernity lecture series at St Bride’s brings nationally renowned theologians and philosophers to Liverpool to deliver papers from the cutting edge of thought about the Divine and our world. The lecture is free - no need to book. Refreshments from 5.30pm.
Tuesday 24th April
Wednesday 25th April
9.00am Morning Prayer at St Bride’s followed by tea and coffee… then refreshed, please come along and join in the Big Clean. Your help is needed and appreciated as we clean and freshen our church.
6.00pm Yoga: An hour's gentle creative yoga with Natasha.
Thursday 26th April
9.00am (for 9.15am start) Morning Prayer in the Baltic Triangle - Join us on the white sofa at Unit 51 Coffee on Jamaica Street, L1 to pray for the future of our ministry in this area of the parish.
7.30pm Homeless Meal
Friday 27th April
10.00am Red Cross: Project for newly arrived refugees.
6.30pm at St Dunstan's Earle Road, L7 6HD Parish Barn Dance: This promises to be a really fun night with a live band and dance caller, and a hot meal! Tickets £7.50 - available from the wardens. Please let us know of any dietary needs.
Saturday 28th April
12-6pm African Village Market AVM is a bi-monthly cultural market that aims to unite, educate and promote African fashion, culture, business and arts. It's a forum for African businesses and a place for the community to socialise. Find them on Facebook
Sunday 29th April - Fifth Sunday of Easter
10.00am Open Table communion service: Being a fifth Sunday, the Sunday morning service will be hosted by our Open Table congregation, with our Team Rector Miranda presiding and Fr Gerry Proctor preaching.
6.30pm Poetry Service: An opportunity to share poetry in an atmosphere of openness to God. If you have poems you would like to include, contact our church warden Dave Bradley by email: dave email@example.com or phone: 07876732922.