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Bach to Baby

BACH TO BABY AT CHINGFORD Double Trouble Friday 9 June 10.30am Flying Fingers Featuring Dominic John, piano & Christopher Cromar, piano Double the trouble, double the fun! Is it a dashing duel or a harmonious duet? Decide for yourself as we present curious cellos, garrulous guitars, free-spirited flutes and four happy hands on one piano. Doors open at 10.00am. Concert lasts for about an hour. Essex flexi-tickets and gift cards are valid for this concert www.bachtobaby.com/chingford 

About our new Curate

Meet (Fr) Lee Taylor, new full time Assistant Curate for the Parish.  Lee was born in Wales moving to Basildon with his family at 3 growing up there and in Wickford.  Lee’s previous career was in Local Government, working in libraries, and supporting councillors and leadership teams.  These roles were great for working with people and gaining leadership and management skills. He grew up in the Pentecostal tradition and did his initial theological and ministerial training there, gaining a BA and MA.  He started attending St John the Baptist, Danbury in

THIS WEEK’S NEWS

ALL THIS WEEK'S NEWS FROM THE PARISH OF CHINGFORD

This Summer’s Music at Chingford Parish

"Beautiful music is the art of the prophets that can calm the agitations of the soul; it is one of the most magnificent and delightful presents God has given us."  Martin Luther THIS SUMMER PROMISES MORE WONDERFUL MUSIC AT THE PARISH OF CHINGFORD CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT MORE!     And if you would like to join one of our fabulous choirs- why not take a look at our MUSIC PAGES or watch our VIDEO   STOP PRESS:  PURPLE PRAISE CONCERT on SATURDAY 24th JUNE- Contact Jan Hawkins for tickets  

PARIS TOUR THIS WEEKEND

Choir Tour to Paris This Weekend eighty-four singers from the parish choirs are travelling to Paris to sing in Notre Dame cathedral, St. Sulpice, and La Madeleine. It promises to be a memorable trip.  Please speak to Mike Emerson for more information.

LISTENING LEADING COMMUNITY ORGANISING

  LEADING | LISTENING | ORGANISING | GROWING   A FREE TRAINING EVENING  FOR ALL WHO LEAD OTHERS ACROSS THE PARISH   Want to find new leaders, surface new ideas, develop curiosity, build commitment? Get community organising!  73 people turned up and our parish committed to 110 1 2 1 conversations and house meetings before meeting again in late June WANT TO JOIN IN?   EMAIL fr.andy@parishofchingford.org.uk @andytrenier

Annual Church Meeting 22nd April 10am

Annual Parochial Church Council Meetings 9.30 Eucharist  10am Start at All Saints, Chingford (The Old Church) HERE is the Agenda HERE are the minutes of last year's meeting HERE are the accounts and official report (DRAFT- final version will appear later this week) HERE is the PCC's main report to the APCM HERE is a report of Deanery business in the last year HERE is a copy of the PCC's proposed amendments to the Parish Scheme   ALL ARE WELCOME TO GET ON THE ELECTORAL ROLL AND COME JUST EMAIL THE

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HOLY WEEK 2017

  HOLY WEEK & EASTER SERVICES & EVENTS in CHINGFORD PARISH AS WE ENTER HOLY WEEK THERE IS LOTS ON ACROSS THE PARISH TO HELP YOUR JOURNEY: WONDERFUL MUSIC, PRAYERFUL SPACE, DEEP LITURGIES,  FAMILY ACTIVITIES, TIME FOR YOU & GOD.   CLICK HERE TO PLAN YOUR JOURNEY  AND CLICK HERE TO SEE THE MUSIC LIST FOR HOLY WEEK 2017   AS PART OF OUR PLEDGE TO PRAY THROUGHOUT LENT & EASTER FOR MISSION & EVANGELISM IN THE PARISH WE ARE INVITING YOU TO JOIN IN WITH THE PARISH CYCLE OF DAILY PRAYER- EITHER IN PERSON- OR

MOTHERING SUNDAY

The Feast of the Annunciation Mothering Sunday This Sunday the parish marks the Feast of the Annunciation of the Angel Gabriel to Mary, Mother of God, where we celebrate the announcement to Mary that she would be the God Bearer and Mother of Jesus.  Of course, it was a singular event but it does remind us that God often- indeed normally- chooses the most earthly mundane things to announce His presence to us and the most normal of people in which become present to us.   We might remember that He even

Bishop Stephen speaks out on LGBT inclusion

Bishop unpacks Archbishops’ invitation The Archbishops’ invitation for a “radical new Christian inclusion in the Church… that is founded in scripture, in reason, in tradition, in theology and the Christian faith as the Church of England has received it… and based on good, healthy, flourishing relationships, and in a proper 21st century understanding of being human and of being sexual.” was the subject of an address given by Stephen Cottrell, the Bishop of Chelmsford, at Chelmsford Diocesan Synod. For Chelmsford Diocese, said Bishop Stephen, this means thinking about “how we welcome