A message from our lead pastor, Phil Moore, about how we can grow in God together over the summer… Thank you so much for all of the messages that I have received from right across the Everyday Church family expressing a deep longing to be gathering back together again in person at our London venues. I can’t wait either, and it is tantalising to be so … Continue reading Growing in God together over the summer
A message from our lead pastor, Phil Moore, about our church leadership team… It was great to gather with so many of you last week for our ASK prayer meeting. Many thanks to those who led us in worship, in prophecy and in prayer. It was a really great evening together. In case you missed it, I’m writing this blog to update you on some … Continue reading Proposing a new elder for Everyday Church
Well, I’m excited. After three months of coronavirus lockdown, the British prime minister has begun to announce the easing of restrictions. We are still a long way from the new normal that awaits us, but there are plenty of positives for us to celebrate together as a church family. We have been given permission to reopen our buildings for private prayer, and from 4th July … Continue reading How is Everyday Church planning to move out of lockdown?
Dear Everyday Church family, I hope that you are doing well, and that you are surviving and thriving in this strange season for our church and nation. While I am missing being able to gather together in person, I have been delighted to see the way that Life Groups and Prayer Groups have moved online, just like our Sunday services, and how much God is … Continue reading Extraordinary Week of Prayer
When I was a child, I was never tired of asking, “Granddad, what did you do during the War?” It wasn’t enough for me to know that my granddad had lived through the War. I wanted to know what he had done during those evil days. How had he responded to the crisis? Or to use the Apostle Paul’s phrase in Ephesians 5:16, how had … Continue reading Making the Most of Evil Days
Dear Everyday Church, It was great to gather together yesterday for the last of our Five Habits of a Healthy Christian, and I do hope that you enjoy the last week of Everyday Devotions between now and Sunday. As you are hopefully aware, we are following up the series with a Week of Prayer and Fasting from Sunday 9th February to Saturday 15th February. If you missed the dates of our prayer … Continue reading Prayer points for Week of Prayer and Fasting
Dear Everyday Church, We are now halfway into our five weeks of Everyday Devotions. I do hope that you are enjoying them as much as I am. I’ve been gathering my family each day to go through the Devotions together, and it has been such a pleasure to discuss with them each day how we can study the Bible, how we can pray and how … Continue reading Week of Prayer and Fasting – what is it all about?
Well, I’m excited. Not just about our Carol Services and about the many guests that we are inviting to join us. Not just about the Alpha Courses that we are running at many of our venues in January in order to help those guests and other friends to find out more about the baby who was born in Bethlehem. What I’m excited about is the … Continue reading Everyday Devotions – Our Christmas Present to You!
We are coming to the end of a crucial year for us as a church. In the autumn of last year, it became clear that our many years of growth in size needed to be matched by a similar growth in our systems and structures. We’ve spent the year rebuilding the Central Operations Team that enables all of our venues to flourish and to concentrate … Continue reading Important New Appointment for Everyday Church
So far this year, we’ve been making some really great changes behind the scenes at Everyday Church. We’ve been working on our governance and our operations support. You may not be aware of the changes , which is why I’m writing this blog to inform you, but if you’re part of Everyday Church then you are already feeling the benefit of them, even if you … Continue reading Behind the Scenes at Everyday Church – good governance