Whether you’re a Christian or not, you’ll probably have heard the phrase ‘love your neighbour’ in some shape or form before. Even though it’s a common phrase, I’m sure we’d all have different experiences and examples regarding how we’ve demonstrated that way of thinking and living. I recently had the privilege of witnessing this concept in action, as I accompanied an elderly lady from Everyday … Continue reading Love Your Neighbour
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
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
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?
Last year, pastorates from Everyday Church Southfields and Wimbledon venues joined with Love All, Serve All for an evening in Wimbledon Park. They went out looking to bless people who were camping overnight for tickets to the Wimbledon Tennis Championships. We asked Julie Willson who leads our Colliers Wood Pastorate to share her experience: Love all Serve all is headed up by Carolyn Skinner, from Third … Continue reading Love All, Serve All – Reaching out to tennis fans
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 was born. Her great-grandfathers bought the plot of land that … Continue reading Go MAD! #1
I recently had the privilege of praying with a bloke as he crossed the line of faith and handed his life over to Jesus (a strange statement, seeing as He is the author of their life anyway…but at least now they’ve acknowledged and surrendered to that truth!). Anyway… Since then I’ve been reminded of how easily we (the royal ‘We’) pursue things in life, in … Continue reading The search is over. And then the real adventure begins.
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 the community, love people and show God’s love to whoever comes … Continue reading Inside Out at Everyday Church Kingston
On Wednesday 22nd March, Everyday Southfields hosted a regional CAP conference (www.capuk.org). It was amazing to see the venue absolutely packed with different people, representing different churches and partners; united in their passion for seeing individuals and families set free from the burdens caused by debt. As speakers spoke and video stories were played, it was amazing to catch a big reminder that God is … Continue reading CAP Conference
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, but as soon as this became clear I could feel … Continue reading Options Wimbledon