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Tuesday, 13 September 2022
Join us this Sunday to give thanks for all that Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II has achieved in her 70 year reign. The service will conclude with the National Moment of Reflection at 8pm which will be marked by the tolling of the church bell.
Friday, 9 September 2022
Monday, 20 June 2022
Monday evenings in September Simon will be leading a Preparation for Confirmation course for anyone who would like to be confirmed. It is also an opportunity for anyone who has been coming to church for a while but would like to refresh their faith and take a new look at the basics. See poster for more info:
Wednesday, 9 February 2022
One way to help us regroup and grow is through something I’ve called ‘More Tea Vicar!’ I’d love to be able to come and spend some time with you and anyone else you chose to invite for a cup of tea (other drinks are available) during the day or on an evening that works well. It’s a chance for us to be together, to talk and listen together and for me to pray for you. If you’d like to ‘book me in, please email me (firstname.lastname@example.org), text/call/WhatsApp me (07885660653) or message me on Facebook or Twitter
World Day of Prayer Service 2022
The World Day of Prayer Service 2022 will take place on Friday 4 March 2022 at 2pm at the Baptist Church, Field Way Mill End WD3 7EL. It is being prepared and presented by women from the Baptist, Roman Catholic, Methodist and Anglican churches of Rickmansworth and Mill End.
The service this year has been composed by the women of England, Wales and Northern Ireland, and is based around a verse from the beginning of Jeremiah 29 “I know the plans I have for you”. The theme is one of hope, symbolised by the lighting of candles and the planting of seeds. We reflect on the experience of the exiles of Israel and Judah, and also on the history of our own nations, our colonisation of many places around the world, and that many British citizens originally came from places we colonised. So we celebrate a multi-ethnic, multi-cultural and multi-faith society, and both the things we have in common and our diversity.
Although the service is prepared and presented by women, we hope that both men and women will come and celebrate and worship God with us.