This coming Sunday we will celebrate the Feast of the Holy Spirit, otherwise known as Pentecost (i.e. 50 days after Easter).
People are invited to wear something red, as a sign of the Holy Spirit, and to bring cake for sharing afterwards.
We welcome The Revd Prof June Boyce Tillman as our preacher.
Saturday 23 April
You may have heard of CrossRail2, you may have heard about proposals for a Balham station. What do you think? Open meeting organised by Save Our Balham, 10.30-12.30.
7.30pm Concert ‘Love, life and tears’, free entry
Sunday 24 April
Come and Sing Evensong for St George. Singers welcome at 4.30pm, just turn up! Tea at 6pm followed by Choral Evensong at 6.30pm
And that’s not all: there is Morning Prayer, a baptism service, Book of Common Prayer Holy Communion, Sung Eucharist and time for coffee and chat. In other words a normal weekend at St Mary’s!
Saturday 9 April, 11am-2pm
Come to St Mary’s for …..
- books, jewellery, cake, plants and more
- have a look round the church
- stay for an International lunch with food from all corners of the world, representing our congregation!
Did you know that Easter is not a one day feast? It goes on for 40 days! So if you missed last Sunday’s ring of Alleluias, come to church this week for some more.
Three days of prayer, reflecting, watching, waiting.
Starting on Maundy Thursday at 8pm with footwashing and ending on Holy Saturday at 8pm with a service of vigil and lighting the new fire. Lots of symbolism and meaning.
You are very welcome to join us!