Vicar’s Blog ~ January 2020 I hope you had a good Christmas and a happy new year. Thank you for all the cards we received. It was a good Christmas in Church too, attendances at the Christmas services were up, as was the generosity from congregations, and indeed so too was the amount of money we raised for external charities, … Read More
Vicar’s Blog ~ January 2019 Dear friends, It has been another good Christmas, for which we welcomed congregations of our usual increased numbers for Crib and Carol Services, and had a wonderful orchestral carol concert with readings too. As always, feedback is useful in terms of what we do in future years, although I cannot see us changing our hugely … Read More
Our Christmas Toy Service is an opportunity to give a wrapped gift (or gifts) to an Enfield child (or children) who might otherwise have no present to open on Christmas morning. We ask that you add a tag to the wrapped gift marked with whether the gift is suitable for a boy, girl or unisex and the age range it … Read More
Some Christmas highlights Carol Singing in Enfield Town Market Square, raising money for this year’s charity – Crisis. The Fellowship Christmas Lunch at The Enfield Golf Club Look who made it through the snow for today’s Toy Service ~ The Thief in the Night, 2 Peter 3:10 and John the Baptist, Mark 1:4!
Parish Magazine ~ December 2016 Dear friends, You may have noticed that we have increased the cover price of the magazine, for the first time this Millennium… I’m sure everyone understands that twenty pence isn’t what it used to be, and with those funny edges on the small coin that it is, it’s doesn’t roll as far as it used … Read More
Christmas News Our chosen Charity for Christmas 2015 is Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice. From the website: “Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice is a community based hospice service providing support for children and young people with life-limiting or life-threatening conditions and their families in North London. We have provided care and support to 178 families, 147 children and 245 siblings.” For more … Read More