Home for Good – ‘A home for every child who needs one’

The title for this post is Home for Good‘s vision, a charity which raises awareness of the need for foster and adoptive parents, encourages families to provide homes for children in care and equips the Church to offer welcoming communities for them. I’ve met with a couple of amazing people who work for the charity and was reading their website to give you information tidbits and … Continue reading Home for Good – ‘A home for every child who needs one’

Go MAD! #3

Every person has a story. In Go MAD!, we hear the voices of ordinary people (like you and me) making a difference every day. Caroline Barnard, part of Everyday Southfields, is a Communications Officer at The Clewer Initiative. Caroline, what’s The Clewer Initiative? It’s something new within the Church of England, based around partnership and empowering churches and church networks to work together to combat … Continue reading Go MAD! #3

November 2017 Round-up

Here’s this month’s community impact / social action round-up: Sunday 5 November – join us at Everyday Kingston from 4-5.30 pm to hear Saroeun’s story and be inspired to join the fight against modern day slavery. Everyday Sutton will be packing shoebox gifts as part of Operation Christmas Child, to send to children around the world this Christmas. Here’s more info on what to bring and … Continue reading November 2017 Round-up

Being a church that changes our communities

On Saturday 28 October, thirteen of us from different Everyday venues made our way (early!) to the Jubilee+ Churches that Change Communities Conference held at City Church in Cambridge. Martin Charlesworth spoke powerfully from Mark 14:3-9 and Galatians 2:9-10, reminding us that worship and caring for the poor are connected: compassion fatigue will never overtake a church consumed by worship. In an authentic 21st century … Continue reading Being a church that changes our communities

Everyday Wimbledon – Winter Night Shelter

by Malcolm Bream Everyday Wimbledon will again be participating in the Merton Winter Night Shelter this December and January with thirteen other local places of worship, including the Wimbledon Synagogue and Wimbledon Mosque. When I retired just under four years ago, I became a street pastor and I saw first-hand the rough sleepers in the shop doorways along Wimbledon Broadway. Shortly afterwards the call went … Continue reading Everyday Wimbledon – Winter Night Shelter

Go MAD! #2

Every person has a story. In Go MAD!, we hear the voices of ordinary people (like you and me) making a difference every day. Chao, part of Everyday Kingston, shares about life as an investment banker at one of the world’s largest banks. Chao, how did you get into investment banking? I came here from China on a program to study Engineering, thanks to my … Continue reading Go MAD! #2

October 2017 Round-up

Here’s this month’s community impact / social action round-up: Sunday 22 October – 65+ Afternoon Tea at Everyday Wimbledon from 2.30-4.30pm. Singles, families of all ages welcome to join afternoon tea with 65+ friends from the church and wider community. If you’d like to help by baking goodies, contact us below! Saturday 28 October – you can still sign up to join us at the Jubilee+ Churches that … Continue reading October 2017 Round-up

September 2017 Round-up

Here’s this month’s community impact / social action round-up: Sunday 10 September – monthly prayer for Everyday Difference across all venues from 3.30-5 pm at Everyday Wimbledon. We’ll be praying for our leaders, teams and projects, and seeking God for our communities! Sunday 17 September – 65+ Afternoon Tea at Everyday Wimbledon: a chance to make friendships over tea, coffee and cakes from 2.30 – 4.30 pm. You … Continue reading September 2017 Round-up

July 2017 Round-up

Here’s this month’s community impact / social action round-up:   Monday 3 July – Sunday 16 July: Love All Serve All at Wimbledon Park: it’s not too late to join Everyday Wimbledon and Southfields and Christians from other churches to bless people camping overnight for tickets to the Wimbledon Tennis Championships. Tuesday 11 July – Be the Difference at Everyday Kingston: come worship, pray and discover together … Continue reading July 2017 Round-up

Stressed about money?

Sam Webster, from Everyday Kingston, shares his experience of the CAP Money Course, a free course developed by Christians Against Poverty to help you save, budget, and prevent debt.  Sam, why did go on the course? I was very conscious that money made me anxious and that I felt out of control with it. I didn’t know a course like this existed, so when the … Continue reading Stressed about money?