Samara Andrews, an artist who works for the URC as the CRCW Programme Administrator has added more designs to her collection of Bible verses for you to download, share, print off and colour in:

 Psalm 139: 9-10 | Proverbs 27: 14 | 2 James 32: 6 | Philippians 4:6 | Philippians 4:13 | Jeremiah 29:11 | 

1 John 4:18 | Body of Christ | One body, many parts | Psalm 24 | Trees growing | Attitude of mind

For maze lovers, download and solve this maze within the URC logo,
created by URC’s head of design, Sara Foyle.

Dear friend of Faith in Action

We thought you would like to know about the help and support we are continuing to give to local homeless and vulnerably housed people while the COVID-19 lockdown continues, and our Drop-in remains closed to service users during this difficult time.

You may be aware that nearly all of our homeless service users – including those dozen or so who were in the Merton Winter Night Shelter – have accepted hotel accommodation in various parts of London while the lockdown continues.  The organisation of this operation was very effectively spearheaded by the Greater London Assembly and London Borough of Merton. Read More

The Trussell Trust reports that the outpouring of support food banks have seen during the current crisis has been incredible.  Your support has never been more vital as food banks report their busiest ever fortnight.

That’s over 6,250 emergency food parcels provided to people in crisis each day, with close to 3,000 for children every single day during that fortnight!

Food banks are continuing to meet this need despite some of the most challenging circumstances, and this would not be possible without your support..Financial donations to Wimbledon Foodbank would be most welcome as this would mean that most needed items can be bought at wholesale prices.

If you would like to make a donation please go to https://bit.ly/2SqeRWz.

At this time of year we usually present the Church Secretaries’ annual review for the previous year to our May Church Meeting.

You can read our review of 2019 here, along with a Children & Youth report from those working with our children and young people.