Lent Stational Masses
Posted on the 21st February 2018 in the category Events
Lent Station Masses 2018
Saturday 10th March
St Alban, South Norwood
Mass 11am; Lunch 12.15pm; Ministries of Healing 1pm followed by Benediction
Saturday 17th March
St Mary's Kenton
Mass 11.30am; Lunch 12.45pm; Ministries of Healing 1.15pm followed by Benediction
Chrism Mass Tuesday 27th March 2018
Posted on the 29th January 2018 in the category Events
The Bishop of Fulham’s Chrism Mass will be celebrated this year on Tuesday in Holy Week, 27th March 2018, at 11.00 a.m. The venue is to be the church of St Andrew, Holborn.
Guild of All Souls Day Conference
Posted on the 23rd January 2018 in the category Events
Guild of All Souls Day Conference at Walsingham on 21st June 2018
"Pastoral Care after Trauma and Sudden Death"
Thursday 21st June 2018 10.45 am – 3.00 pm
KEYNOTE ADDRESSES by:
The Revd Canon Paul Cartwright Parish Priest & Senior Section Officer, West Yorkshire Police: ‘Pastoral care in the immediate aftermath of sudden death’
The Revd Canon Tim Alban Jones Residentiary Canon & Chaplain to the Bishop of Peterborough, formerly Vicar of Soham: ‘Under the Spotlight after tragedy: funerals, the public and the media’
Debbie Winteringham Child Bereavement services manager, ‘Nelson’s Journey’ ‘Longer term pastoral care of bereaved children and families’
£15 registration – including 2 course lunch and coffee on arrival.
To request a place, please contact: Mrs Maureen Howard: firstname.lastname@example.org tel: 01328 820636
Places are strictly limited. Further details issued when your booking is confirmed. closing date: Thursday 14th June 2018
Link to Poster: http://www.bishopoffulham.org.uk/uploads/2018_Day_Conference_Poster_Guild_of_All_Souls.pdf
St Paul's New Southgate
Posted on the 27th June 2017 in the category Events
“Every nation and people and tribe and language…” (Rev. 7v9)
On Trinity Sunday, the Bishop of Fulham went to St. Paul’s, New Southgate (a Fulham parish) where 4 adults (including two converts from Islam) and 15 children were confirmed, 8 adults and children were baptised and 58 adults and children were commissioned as Ambassadors. There were 8 different countries represented just in the backgrounds of our baptism and confirmation candidates; taken together with the wider congregation, at least 14 countries were represented. Little wonder Bishop Jonathan observed that, although it was Trinity Sunday, with all these nations represented, together with a wide spread of ages from toddlers to those in their ninth decade, we were witnessing a truly “Pentecost moment”! This was truly inclusive church.
Bishop Jonathan joins the Sunset Walk to East London Mosque
Posted on the 14th June 2017 in the category Events