Growing in God together over the summer

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

Important New Appointment for Everyday Church

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

Thoughts from a nonbeliever about porn

Sex and Sexuality #6: Thoughts from a nonbeliever about porn So it turns out that blogging about the guilt and shame that many people feel about porn and masturbation provokes a variety of comments. One of biggest objections is that this is just a Christian viewpoint. It doesn’t reflect what nonbelievers feel when they access porn. In response to that, I’m posting below one of … Continue reading Thoughts from a nonbeliever about porn

Why I vowed to obey my husband – by Ruth Stebbing, Everyday Southfields

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 Stebbing, Everyday Southfields

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

Everyday Church trip to Israel – April 2019

We are very excited to announce that we will be taking an Everyday Church trip to Israel in 2019! Working in partnership with our friends at Oak Hall holidays, we have secured an amazing itinerary that will make the Bible come alive to you in fresh new ways. Would you like to take communion with Everyday Church friends at the Garden Tomb next to Mount Calvary? Would … Continue reading Everyday Church trip to Israel – April 2019

God at Work coming out of our “Whatever You Do” sermon series

by Richard Dennis-Smith at Everyday Church Wimbledon We are told in 1 Corinthians 12:12 that “The church is a unit though it is made up of many people.” We have seen this in practice over the past few weeks at Everyday Wimbledon as some of us have responded together to what God has said to us in the Whatever You Do sermon series. I work in the West End, but … Continue reading God at Work coming out of our “Whatever You Do” sermon series

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