Go MAD! #1

Every person has a story. In Go MAD!, we hear the voices of ordinary people (like you and me) making a difference every day. Today Phyll O’Shea, part of our Everyday Southfields family, shares about life and serving Jesus in her retirement years. Phyll has been part of Everyday Southfields (then Southfields Baptist) since she […]

Inside Out at Everyday Church Kingston

We Interviewed George Parry Stoner and Roshi Theva about Inside Out, a lunch time drop in at Everyday Church Kingston. What’s Inside Out? G: For the last couple of months we’ve been serving coffee, tea and cake to people in Kingston from our venue on Thursdays. What’s it about? G: We wanted to do something for […]

Options Wimbledon

I started my role as Outreach Coordinator at Everyday Wimbledon with much excitement in January, and felt very honoured when I was invited to the 10th Anniversary of the Options Wimbledon Pregnancy Resource Centre, based out of Dundonald Church in Raynes Park. I was expectant, but unaware, of the extent of need for this outreach, […]

Love Is

This week, the world invites us to celebrate love. How do they describe it, and what does it look like? Red roses, chocolates, ‘Fifty Shades Darker’ released in time for Valentine’s Day. Couples pressured into expressing love through gestures money can buy, and singles left wanting a missing half. God showed me love this week […]

Loving North Korean children

George Rhee, from Everyday Wimbledon, is a remarkable man whose father left North Korea during the 1950-53 war and was unable to return to visit his homeland. When George went to North Korea in 2001 as a tourist, he saw children going hungry and elderly women selling goods in the market in the bitter cold. […]

Mentoring in Wandsworth

Jude Taylor, a member at Everyday Southfields, explains how she got into mentoring and why she’s still passionate about helping make a difference to those seeking asylum in London. It was whilst studying at university in Manchester that I first came into contact with people seeking refuge and asylum in the UK. During my first […]