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Sunday Service 11.00 each week
Friday: Band for Life No meeting for first 2 weeks in September. Back on 21st.
Sundays September 16th, September 30th, October 21st,November 4th
“Talking of God Together” provides an opportunity to develop confidence in something many of us struggle with: For some of us, faith is something that is seen as private and therefore not something we want to engage in conversation about. For others, it is a real disappointment when even within the life of our congregations, amongst those with whom we spend a lot of our time, there is no opportunity to talk about the issues we face living out our discipleship in the world
During the early part of autumn, the Rev'd Cameron Kirkwood will be exploring new Methodist resource material in worship at Poplar and Bow Road. The experience of worship on those Sundays may be a little different from usual , but Cameron hopes that through exploring the various themes and sharing in conversation together, we may all grow in confidence in being able to Talk of God Together.
Food Cycle at Bow Road
The charity Food Cycle is running a project at Bow Road providing meals to needy people on a Friday evening, 7pm. The charity currently operates in around 30 locations nationwide and sources food from supermarkets that is soon to reach its sell-by date. Volunteers cook and serve the food to those in need. The aim is to provide a tasty meal for people who struggle to afford the basics to eat and who will eat alone without company or conversation. The project relies on a team of very committed volunteers offering their time to support people living in the local community.
WELCOME to the congregation of the Redeemed Christian Church of God who have begun to meet in Bow Road church on Sunday evenings for a trial period. The RCCG churches in the UK are part of the huge Nigerian-based denomination which was founded in the early 1950s and has since spread to many parts of the world and continues to grow. It could fairly be described as a “fundamentalist” and Pentecostal Church. For more.
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