July 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 JulyBe the Difference at Everyday Kingston: come worship, pray and discover together how we can be the difference in Kingston and make a greater impact in our community!

Saturday 15 JulySummer Concert at Everyday Wimbledon: book a ticket to attend this free concert, which is raising awareness about the amazing work Manna Mission Europe is doing to help impoverished children in North Korea.

Tuesday 18 July – Open Prayer Day at Everyday Wimbledon from 10 am – 10 pm – come for a short while or all day, and stay for our all church ASK meeting from 7.45 pm!

Sunday 23 July – 65+ Afternoon Tea at Everyday Wimbledon: a chance to make friendships over tea, coffee and cakes from 2.30 – 4.30 pm. If you’d like to be involved (or help by baking goodies!), please contact us.

Sunday 30 July – 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!

Saturday 5 August  – Healing Rooms at Everyday Kingston, from 10 am – 12 pm. This is a space for anyone requiring healing to come and experience ministry.


Did you know? 


Inside Out happens every Thursday morning at Everyday Kingston.

Foodbank will be coming to Everyday Kingston this month, on Fridays from 11 am – 2pm. For more details or to find out how you can volunteer, contact us at kingston@everyday.org.uk. There are also donation bins at Everyday Southfields and Wimbledon.

Street Pastors are a dedicated, loving group of Christians serving our local communities by making our streets safer (and more fun!) at night. We hear that Kingston is looking for more volunteers, and there are groups in CroydonMerton (Mitcham, Morden and Wimbledon), Richmond and Wandsworth. You can read more from Everyday members who have been part of this team here and here.

Jubilee+ Churches that Change Communities 2017 conference: we’d love to get as many people across our church venues to go together to this conference on Saturday 28 October. Get in touch if you’d like to join!

Everyday Sutton is establishing good connections with Linking Lives, which runs befriending schemes for older people across the UK.

Feed Clapham: Everyday Clapham has been using local meetings as opportunities to cook simple meals together to take to the streets, providing rough sleepers in the area with a hot meal, basic toiletries and a friendly chat. How awesome is that?!


There are many ways to get involved in our communities individually and together as a church family – if you’d like to be part of these and other initiatives, contact us!