On Sunday morning, 18 December at 11:00 our Morning Worship for everyone will include the children’s nativity play. Come and enjoy the children’s presentation of the Christmas story.
The Festival opened on Friday, with 43 beautifully decorated trees on display. Trees have been sponsored by many local organisations and businesses (Parkside Hospital, Sinclairs Jewellers, Really Helpful Club and Dee’s Day Nursery to name just a few), by many of our premises hirers (such as Monkey Music, Caterpillar Music, Stagecoach and Mini-Engineers), and, Read More
Sunday 11 December – final day of our Christmas Tree Festival 09:30 Choir Practice 11:00 Morning Worship 12.30-16:00 Christmas Tree Festival 15:00 Nativity Play Rehearsal 16:30 , Read More
To bring our Christmas Tree Festival to a close, come along to ‘Carols Among the Trees’ at 4.30pm on Sunday 11 December. An opportunity to sing some favourite carols by the light of all the forty-three Christmas trees – a short service, and another occasion for all the family. After the Service, stollen and sherry will be, Read More
If you’re coming to our Christmas Tree Festival, don’t miss out on our Family Show on Saturday 10 December at 18:00 – 19:30. It will feature a wonderful line-up of schools, instrumentalists and soloists playing all your festive favourites from White Christmas & Winter Wonderland right through to hit songs from The Polar Express, Read More
The second in our series of film screenings for Advent will take place on Tuesday 6 December – at 2pm and 7.30pm in the Mansel Road Centre. This week’s film is “The Green Mile” (1999), Drama, 18 (violence, language) A 1930s prison guard, dutifully watching over those sentenced to execution, finds his outlook deeply challenged by, Read More
Faith in Action (FiA) runs a Homeless Drop-In Centre in Merton twice a week every week of the year, and works closely with the Merton Winter Night Shelters to support homeless people and help them move on. FiA are currently looking to recruit more volunteers, a worthwhile opportunity and essential to the running of the, Read More