Events

All that's happening at St Helen's Church

Aug 1 – Aug 7, 2014
  • Sunday August 3, 2014

    • 10:30am - 11:45am Sunday Morning

      Sunday Morning Meeting

      Venue: St Helen's
    • 4:00pm - 5:15pm Youth
      Sunday Afternoon

      Sunday 4pm: Mission Accomplished: the mindset of Jesus

      Speakers: Dan Hong
      Bible Ref: Isaiah 50:4-11
      Venue: St Helen's
      Contact: Ben Wilkinson
      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 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: Mission Accomplished - The mindset of Jesus

      Speakers: Dan Hong
      Bible Ref: Isaiah 50:4-11
      Venue: St Helen's
      More Info: Sunday 6pm

      The second of five weeks in Isaiah considering Jesus, God's servant

      Hot food will be served afterwards

  • Monday August 4, 2014

    • 1:05pm - 1:50pm City
      City Prayer

      Grow Your Prayer Life

      Venue: St Andrew Undershaft - Leadenhall Street/St Mary Axe, EC3
      Contact: Olly Hallett
      More Info: City Prayer

      Prayer is one of the Christian’s great privileges, yet we all struggle to pray. These stand-alone sessions over the summer aim to teach us about prayer and kick-start ongoing prayerfulness. Bring your prayer triplet or workplace prayer group, or others you would like to meet to pray with. Or simply come along and meet others to pray with at the sessions.

  • Tuesday August 5, 2014

    • 1:05pm - 1:35pm City
      Guest Events
      City Talks

      Tackling the Big Objections: I've already got a religion - I don't need yours

      Venue: St Helen's
      Contact: Alan Bright
      More Info: City lunchtime talks

      Week three in a six-week summer series in which City workers tackle reasons why people dismiss Jesus Christ. Our speaker today is David Constable, an insurance consultant.

      Lunch is available after the talk.

  • Wednesday August 6, 2014

    • 7:45am - 8:30am City
      City Prayer

      Grow Your Prayer Life

      Venue: St Andrew Undershaft - Leadenhall Street/St Mary Axe, EC3
      Contact: Olly Hallett
      More Info: City Prayer

      Prayer is one of the Christian’s great privileges, yet we all struggle to pray. These stand-alone sessions over the summer aim to teach us about prayer and kick-start ongoing prayerfulness. Bring your prayer triplet or workplace prayer group, or others you would like to meet to pray with. Or simply come along and meet others to pray with at the sessions.

    • 6:30pm - 8:15pm International
      RML Overview
      RML Romans
      Central Focus
      RML Mark Tuesday
      RML Mark Wednesday

      Summerlink

      Venue: St Helen's

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

      6:30pm food served, 7pm start, 8:15pm finish.

  • Thursday August 7, 2014

    • 1:10pm - 1:40pm

      Tackling the Big Objections: I've already got a religion - I don't need yours

      Venue: St Helen's
      Contact: Alan Bright
      More Info: City lunchtime talks

      Week three in a six-week summer series in which City workers tackle reasons why people dismiss Jesus Christ. Our speaker today is David Constable, an insurance consultant.

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

 
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