As a church, we’ve partnered with Compassion UK for the past 2 years. Today, 106 children are sponsored by Everyday Church people. This is amazing, but what you might not know is that these 106 children are split across 4 countries, with an even split of boys & girls. Through your generosity as a church, young lives and being changed for the better. Because you … Continue reading Compassion UK Sponsor Trip Report
Christians Against Poverty (CAP) is a charity that has been running for over 20 years. CAP are passionate to see people released from poverty and debt in the UK and across the world. They partner with local churches to run money advice services, debt assistance and much more. Helen Dennis-Smith from Everyday Wimbledon went on a CAP Money Course for herself, and this is what … Continue reading Christians Against Poverty (CAP) Course at Everyday Church
It is a great joy to help out at the 65+ tea party, it is a fantastic opportunity for young and old to come together and enjoy each other’s company over tea served in bone China cups, sandwiches and home made cakes. It is a great way to get those that may be lonely to have something to look forward to, and we have seen … Continue reading 65+ Afternoon Tea
Everyday Southfields is very proud to support an amazing charity that serves and works alongside initiatives reaching people in the states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana (India). ‘Love and Compassion in Action’ have recently produced a video providing some insight into one such initiative. Take just 3 minutes out of your day to watch it and be inspired by practical help meeting real need: LCA … Continue reading New Life Ministry – Love & Compassion in Action
Merton Street Pastors are a group of ordinary Christians from local churches who, motivated by the love of Jesus, go out late on Friday nights to patrol the streets of Wimbledon, Mitcham and Morden. We look to care for people, to listen to people and to help people. If invited, we tell them about our motivation for doing this, enabling us to share the Gospel … Continue reading Merton Street Pastors
By Caroline Barnard – member at Everyday Southfields and Communications Officer for The Clewer Initiative. It’s Lent, the time of year when we give up our favourite treats, snacks, or activities for forty days, testing our self-discipline and resolve. This Lent I’m taking part in something different. Instead of giving up my favourite treats, I’m trying to give up slavery. Slavery is an illegal … Continue reading Ever considered giving up slavery for Lent?
Christians Against Poverty (CAP) is a charity that has been running for over 20 years. CAP are passionate to see people released from poverty and debt in the UK and across the world. They partner with local churches to run money advice services, debt assistance and much more. Helen Dennis-Smith from Everyday Wimbledon went on a CAP Money Course for herself, and this is what … Continue reading Christians Against Poverty (CAP)
How long have you been living in the UK, how is it different to South Africa? I have been living in the UK for 9 years since relocating from South Africa. What struck me when I first worshiped in a church here in England was how God has brought so many nations together to be in one place. I love the heart of the people … Continue reading An interview with Lynne Nel-Oliver, Wimbledon Outreach Coordinator
Lent is going to be really different this year at Everyday Church. As your pastors, we are encouraging you to join us in accepting the 40 Acts Challenge for the 40 days of Lent. Instead of giving up things, we’re encouraging you to give out. We’re encouraging you to treat the run-up to Easter as a chance to learn to open up your heart towards the people … Continue reading Join the 40Acts challenge!
“Poverty lies to children by telling them they don’t matter and nobody cares. Countering this is of paramount importance.” This was said to me by our friends at Compassion UK, and every time I read those words I feel punched in the gut again and again. I count myself fortunate to have little experience of true poverty, but what I have seen tells me that … Continue reading Compassion UK Sponsor Trip – May 2018