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2017 ... "maybe we're realising that we do care about truth ..." https://youtu.be/RxCbbvkG_qo

This is our Google Year in Search 2017 style video. How many of the events and people from 2017 do you recognise? In a year of much division and hostility th...
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Part 2 (in case you missed it) ...

https://youtu.be/hdoAU9gtTDU

Episode 2 of this time-travelling comedy where 21st and 1st century Christmases magically collide. Claim your free Christmas book at MeetTheNativity.com Clai...
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What if the 1st Century and the 21st Century magically collided? https://youtu.be/Pj7COFpxFAc

A time-travelling comedy where 21st and 1st century Christmases magically collide. For our free book offer, visit http://MeetTheNativity.com In episode 1, Wi...
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Carols by Candlelight at St Helen's will on Sunday 18th at 6.30pm. Festive mince pies and mulled wine will be served afterwards. Come, sing your favourite carols and bring your friends!

DEC17
Sun 6:30 PM UTCSt Helen's ChurchLondon, United Kingdom
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DEC25
Mon 11:00 AM UTCSt Helen's ChurchLondon, United Kingdom
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DEC24
Sun 11:30 PM UTCSt Helen's ChurchLondon, United Kingdom
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Michael John describes the gift of HOPE in the first part of our #AdventUnwrapped video series.

About #AdventUnwrapped:

In the four weeks before Christmas, we ...will be ‘unwrapping’ the four traditional gifts of Advent –hope, peace, joy and love. We have a series of reflections on these gifts with a fresh take on the lives of some of the familiar characters of the nativity story: Zechariah’s steadfast hope; joy from Mary’s cousin, Elizabeth; Joseph’s sacrificial love; and peace – believe it or not – from Herod. We are going to unwrap each gift with reflections, films, imagery and stories and we hope you will get involved too.

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Remembering those who died in war for the freedoms that we enjoy; those we've lost and remember; and especially the 80+ lost in Grenfell Tower

We will be reading a list of the names of those who are known to have died in the fire before the minute's silence at 11am.

All welcome.

NOV12
Sun 10:50 AM UTCSt Helen's ChurchLondon, United Kingdom
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An after school arts project for 11s-18s.
Mon-Wed 4:00-5:30pm

NOV22
Nov 6, 2017 - Nov 22, 2017St Helen's ChurchLondon, United Kingdom
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It is 500 years to the day since the Augustinian Friar Martin Luther nailed his 95 Theses to the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg, in...
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Joining with other churches in learning from the Billy Graham team about how we respond to crises, whether the ordinary crises of life or something on the scale of Grenfell Tower. What should we say? What should we pray? How can we help?

NOV11
Sat 9:00 AM UTCSt Helen's ChurchLondon, United Kingdom
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Biblical response to Charlottesville

Tim Keller on three brief things that need to be said in Charlottesville’s aftermath.
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The lofty expectations and burdensome demands upon the pastor of a local church can be overwhelming at times. Here are ten easy things you can do this Sunday to encourage your pastor and let him know that you care. Ask him what book of the Bible the church has been studying for the last three …
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Prayer for the Community

Tonight 6:30pm at St Peter’s Notting Hill (Kensington Park Road) with the Bishop of Kensington

Then 9pm prayer outside Latymer Community Church before the vigil for the whole community at 10pm.

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See you later if you can make it! Steve

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Today has been a hugely moving story of people from within the community and from miles around rallying together, bringing super-abundant quantities of food and clothing and doing whatever they can to help. We pray that everyone who needs help gets it; that people who are still searching for friends and relatives can get news, for doctors as they tend to the wounded and that we and the other churches of the area can share with people the hope and comfort that is found in Christ. Thanks heaps for joining us in prayer, Steve

Superb article. Many many people feel no "Jesus shaped hole" in their hearts. "If the only gospel we know how to share is “Jesus is the answer” we are going to ...find it rather difficult to share the good news when our neighbor doesn’t have any questions. We’ll have to spend most of our time trying to deflate their tires and make them miserable so that we can show how Jesus is the solution to a problem they didn’t know they had. The Proverbs (and many other places in Scripture) do not present the unbeliever as necessarily miserable, depressed, and grasping to fill an aching void. Instead we read of men “who rejoice in doing evil and delight in the perverseness of evil” (Proverbs 2:14)....This is why so many of those who share the gospel in the New Testament do not start with a person’s psychological emptiness but rather with their guilt before a holy God."

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It was probably about seventeen years ago that my mom called me in a panic. She had gotten my “suicide note” and was terrified. When I picked up the phone I was confused at how worked up she seemed to… Continue Reading →
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Great little visual parable shared by @banksy today. It reminds me of the way Jesus challenged us to look at life :

'For what shall it profit a man, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul?'

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