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Music recitals starting at 1pm. For information follow @WalbrookMus on Twitter
Eucharist service at St Stephen Walbrook. 12.45-1.45 pm. For all those who want to attend a lunchtime service. The St Stephen choir sings special settings of the Mass. Sandwiches and hot drinks are provided free of charge.
Organ recitals with a great variety of music and organists at St Stephen Walbrook 12.30-1.30 pm,
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I am trying to get my head around the morality of what's happening in London, especially with the forced exodus because of Bedroom Tax and the reduction in housing benefits. Never again will the…Continue
Posted by Carol Teasdale on April 28, 2016 at 10:50pm
Like most people with a mental illness I have my fair share of burdens, and my lovely daughter supports me as best she can. I'm her carer but we care for each other. Eccles 4:9-10. The Lord frequently sends a big smile to lighten my load. This morning I was really struggling and we walked to our local shop together. Bear in mind it's Earth Day today (22nd April). On the way back there was a great pile of topsoil on the path and she commented: "Did that appear from nowhere?" I answered…Continue
Posted by Caroline Sheila Hill on April 22, 2016 at 11:17am
I've had a timely stroll through Proverbs over the last few months as my quest to read the complete Bible slowly, methodically and meaningfully (and with personal application).
So, there it is in black & white...Proverbs 27 The Wrath of a Fool. And a boat-load of other Proverbs suddenly start swirling around my brain...Don't let the sun go down on your anger...Love thy neighbour as yourself...Love your enemy...Forgive and you will be forgiven...
Anger is a negative emotion…Continue
Posted by Caroline Sheila Hill on April 14, 2016 at 2:30pm
I went to see the annual Passion Play in Trafalgar Square this afternoon.
It's written and produced by Peter Hutley of Wintershall Farm near Guildford, Surrey and is a very powerful witness to what Jesus did for us.
This is the third or fourth time I've seen the play and this year I was privileged to be given a seat next to Mr and Mrs Hutley.
The reason I got a ring-side seat is that I was with friends from Venezuela and from the City of Peace church run by the London…Continue
Your prayers are badly needed My lovely Twitter friend Dr AbdelKhader Al Guneid, was abducted yesterday by Houthi militiamen to stop him speaking the truth about the situation in Yemen. He's being…Continue