CAP Money Course

The Christians Against Poverty Money Course is starting on Saturday March 5th for three weeks, 9:45–12:00 at Everyday Church Wimbledon. Annemie joined the last course and here’s what she says about it… Why did you choose to do the Money Course? “It started with Helen going up the front and saying this is an opportunity to do it. I started one around 2016 but it wasn’t the right … Continue reading CAP Money Course

Financial Update – January 2022

Friends, Looking back through my notes I discover that this is the tenth finance update I have written at Everyday Church. The first one was written at the end of March 2020.  We had just entered the world of COVID and though there is uncertainty in what I wrote, I can remember thinking at the time that we might be in that season for the … Continue reading Financial Update – January 2022

Nesimi & Ayshad Aliyevs – Greetings from Georgia

Hello dear brothers & sisters of Everyday Church, Because we live many kilometres away and communication can be difficult, I decided to send you our update to let you know who we are and what we are doing here in Georgia. We would love to let you know about ourselves. We are doing good; Praise the Lord. Thanks for being with us, your friendship is a blessing … Continue reading Nesimi & Ayshad Aliyevs – Greetings from Georgia

Love & Compassion in Action – Everyday Church visit, Spring 2019

This post feels like it’s been a long time in coming. I first went to India in November 2016 and knew within minutes of arriving that I needed to come back again. Fast forward two-and-a-half years and the dusty warmth of the Hyderabad air hit the nostrils once more. This time I was also joined by Michael Percy (part of the Everyday Church Comms team). … Continue reading Love & Compassion in Action – Everyday Church visit, Spring 2019

Why I vowed to obey my husband – by Ruth

Eight years ago, I whacked on a white dress and stood in front of a big bunch of my friends and family (and a whole load of people that I didn’t know, but were very welcome!). My now-husband promised that he would love, cherish and worship me, and I vowed that I would love, cherish and obey him. My father-in-law, who was also the vicar … Continue reading Why I vowed to obey my husband – by Ruth

Love and Compassion in Action – Summer Update

‘Love and Compassion in Action’ have recently released a summer update, providing insight into the wonderful work that God is doing through friends and partners in India. LCA has it’s roots at Everyday Southfields and so it’s incredibly encouraging to see evidence of our prayers being answered and finances being stewarded well, so that the Kingdom of God may advance and the lives of the … Continue reading Love and Compassion in Action – Summer Update

Hungry to make a difference?

Yesterday I had the incredible privilege of visiting the Ace of Clubs, just around the corner from Clapham Common tube station ( My purpose for heading there was to make a delivery of items from the Wandsworth Foodbank in Battersea. However, I hadn’t fully realised what I’d find upon arriving. Like many drop-in centres across the capital, the Ace of Clubs provide an absolutely incredible … Continue reading Hungry to make a difference?

Trust Jesus and leave luck behind…

When they had crucified him, they divided up his clothes by casting lots. Matthew 27:35 The day Jesus was crucified ought to have been the blackest day in human history: God’s own son – his only son and the purest, loveliest person to ever walk the earth – had been slandered, beaten, ridiculed and murdered. There should be no coming back from a crime, a … Continue reading Trust Jesus and leave luck behind…