All that's happening at St Helen's Church

Jul 27 – Aug 2, 2016
  • Wednesday July 27, 2016

    • 6:30pm - 8:15pm Students
      RML Overview
      RML Romans
      Central Focus
      RML Mark Thursday
      RML Mark Wednesday
      4PM RML

      Summer Link: Bible Stories for Grown-Ups

      Venue: St Helen's
      More Info: Summer Link 2016

      Every summer, people from all the different small groups at St Helen's meet together on Wednesday evenings for Summerlink. We meet to study God's word, to encourage each other and to welcome new people to St Helen's.

      There are some chapters of the Bible that most Christians only encounter in a story bible with pictures. We know that the animals went in two by two, that the walls came tumbling down, and that Jonah found a surprising way to travel. But, as adults, we’ve never thought seriously about what those stories mean. This year we’re going to take eight favourites from the children’s Bible and look at how the bible authors teach them, for grown-ups and the real world.

      6:30pm food served, 7pm start, 8:15pm finish, in St Helen's

  • Thursday July 28, 2016

    • 1:10pm - 1:50pm

      The encounter that transforms doubt

      Bible Ref: 1 Thessalonians 2:1-12
      Venue: St Helen's
      Contact: Alan Bright
      More Info: Go here

      Part of a series "The Impossible Dream: Faith, hope and love in the City"

      Lunch available during the talk, which is followed by Q&As.

  • Sunday July 31, 2016

    • 10:30am - 11:45am Sunday Morning
      Children and Families

      Sunday Morning Meeting

      Venue: St Helen's
      Contact: Elspeth Pitt
      More Info: Sunday 10:30 service

      The 10.30 meeting is a large, friendly church family, made up of a vibrant mix of ages and nationalities, all gathering to hear God speak by his Spirit through his Word. Please join us for tea and coffee, which are available from 10am.

      Children stay with us for the start of the meeting before joining in with activities and teaching appropriate for 0-14 year olds. Everyone is then invited to stay for tea and coffee after the meeting finishes at 11.45.

    • 4:00pm - 5:15pm Youth
      Children and Families
      Sunday Afternoon

      Sunday 4pm

      Venue: St Helen's
      Contact: Phil Hudson
      More Info: Sunday Afternoon

      Everyone is welcome to our Sunday 4pm service. Join us for coffee and cake from 3.30pm. Children join in the start of the service before heading to their own activies (0-11 year olds). The Bridge youth group (11-14s) meets during the service and the Junction youth group (14-18s) meets straight afterwards.

      After the service we meet informally in St Andrew's to chat further over a hot meal or drink. Children's food is also available.

    • 6:00pm - 7:15pm Students
      Sunday Evening

      Sunday 6pm

      Venue: St Helen's
      Contact: Drew Balch
      More Info: Sunday Evening

      Sunday at 6pm is young, friendly and full of the London buzz. Every week we sing God’s praises, pray to our heavenly Father, hear His word and respond in lives of worship.  (Download our Preaching Programme)

      We’re a mixed crowd, united by the good news of Jesus. From barristers to bar workers, medics to music students, 6pm @ St Helen's is a place for everyone.

      If you are interested in finding out more about Jesus, or if you are looking for a great place to meet with people who love him and will encourage you to love him too – then why not drop us an email at or join us on Sundays at 6pm.

  • Tuesday August 2, 2016

    • 1:05pm - 1:35pm

      The endurance that transforms hardship

      Bible Ref: 1 Thessalonians 2:13-3:13
      Venue: St Helen's
      Contact: Alan Bright
      More Info: Go here

      Part of a series "The Impossible Dream: Faith, hope and love in the City"

      Lunch is available after the talk.

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