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The School of Prayer

Posted on September 30, 2010

Jesus' teaching on prayer, from the start of Luke 11, William Taylor, rector of St Helen's.

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Dav's favourite things to do in London...

Posted by Student Team on September 24, 2010

Brick Lane Burger

One of my favourite ways to spend a weekend is to head down to Brick Lane, and each of these epic adventures begins by charging up with a brick-lane burger!  There's a stall outside Cafe 1001 that does the most incredible grilled chicken breast burger (with gherkins obviously), alongside a butter drenched corn on the cob and tasty wedges……not forgetting an ice cold Doc Pepper!  

As my stomach settles I like to elbow my way through the Continue reading…

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One thing is necessary...

Posted by City Team on September 24, 2010

The priority of listening to Jesus, given by William Taylor.

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RML Romans 1v18-32 Prep

Posted by Alex on September 23, 2010

Hi Team Romans,

It was great to see so many of you there for our first study, with many more yet to come.  We hope you had a really good time and have gone away being strengthened by God's gospel about King Jesus!  And that this was of real encouragement to everyone in your group.

The drill is the same as last week; we will be meeting on Tuesday evening at 7:15 for food, with Study & Prayer kicking off at 8:00 'till 9:30 in St. Andrews.  Continue reading…

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Tommy's fave thing to do in London

Posted by Student Team on September 20, 2010

camden tube

Tommy P one of our student workers tells us his favorite thing to do in London.

"UCL alumni assure me that student’s life doesn’t really happen outside the corridor between Regent's Park and Camden Town.

A lot of it sounds expensive for student living: trips to London Zoo, going out in Camden Market, shopping on Oxford Street and eating in Chinatown.

But thanks to the wisdom of my loan-stretching mates, some of my best times in London Continue reading…

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