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The Church of the Annunciation is saddened to hear of the passing of His Royal Highness, the Duke of Edinburgh. We join with all in thanking God for his life and all he dedicated his life of service to. We hold Her Majesty the Queen and all the family in our prayers at this time of great loss for them and our nation.
We hope browsing through this website will give you a warm welcome to our church community here in South Kenton. Enjoy! Why not plan to pay us a visit. It will be great to see you.
We are now open each Sunday at 10.00am
Please note that for the next ten days we will have limited access to updates for this site.
please bear with us, thank you.
Our Sunday services, will continue, to be available online. Just click on the 'virtual services' button below as usual.
If you are planning to join us please use the 'contact us' tab in the 'more' drop down menu so we have a good idea of numbers, thank you.
Easter reflections and resources
After the Easter Break
Date to be confirmed
7.30pm - 8.30pm
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For important information on safeguarding please visit the safeguarding page by visiting the safeguarding information drop down menu above.
if you would like to contribute to the ongoing work of our community here in South Kenton please follow the instructions here to the right of this notice.
With our thanks :)
Coffee Morning Plus
Events suspended for the time being, but we hope to open again later in the summer...
Because of the ongoing need for us all maintain good levels of social distancing in order to continue to arrest the spread of this current pandemic, it has been necessary to suspend our Coffee Mornings for the time being. Please click on the purple button 'supporting community' above to find out more details.
Take care, Revd Trevor & Jacqui Goddard, The Annunciation
Sundays at 10.00am...
There is Junior Church for children 3 - 10 years as well as a creche area at the back of the church and you are welcome to use it and sit with your children there and still enjoy the service, if you need to.
Sasha & Jacqui look forward to welcoming you.
We meet together to celebrate our faith, encourage each other, share a simple commemoration of Jesus gift of his life for his creation in bread and wine, and pray for our community and our world.
Do join us as we explore the life of Jesus and his actions and ask ourselves what they can mean for us today.
Due to the need for social distancing, if you are planning to join us please contact us above so that we can ensure we are prepared. Thank you.
The Annunciation, on the corner of Carlton Avenue East and Windermere Avenue.
Would you like to belong to a church community but don't really know where to start?
While it's not possible to pop along to one of our once a month coffee mornings just now, we offer you the chance to view our current services on line (see above) and you are welcome to join us in our zoom Coffee and after church online chat on a Sunday morning at 11.00am or on or Zoom home group get togethers on line every other week.
Just contact us using the drop down link at the top of the page and we'll send you a code for the zoom coffee morning or zoom home group evening. You can always stay muted if you just want to observe.
Looking forward to meeting you.
Meeting life's pain with kindness and dignity
Please click on the picture to read
the latest news letter from St Laurence's Larder, which will appear in your downloads.
If you want to find out more about this voluntary service to the community please click on the button 'find out more'.
Now feeding up to 300 people a week.
A prayer for the people of Grenfell & all in a place of loss due to the current pandemic...
Father of all... We remember the friends, family and neighbours, who continue to feel so keenly the loss of loved ones as a result of the Grenfell Tower fire. We also add to this the many, many families facing loss because of the global pandemic we are all facing at this time.
we are thankful that Jesus did not run away from pain and disaster - his own or those around him. Jesus, because you faced everything we face we know that you understand what loss and all the pain that goes with it feels like. Be with everyone on their individual journey, bring them your peace where there are no answers and may your love soothe every area of pain they are experiencing and the hope of a brighter tomorrow.
We ask that in the words of Corrie Ten Boom, they would 'never be afraid to trust an unknown future to a known God.' Amen.
Lots of questions about the Christian faith?...about prayer, what difference faith makes, and where Jesus Christ fits with it all? Or just feel like you've been round the block with it all already and need a fresh injection of inspiration and enthusiasm?
This slot will be updated once a term with a short film that explores what makes the Christian faith something worth taking a fresh look at - whether you consider yourself a Christian or not.
As we settle into 2021 Pastor Tim Keller, who is currently walking through his own personally difficult times with cancer, shares with us some of his reflections about trusting God in the difficult times. He uses Psalm 46 in sharing some thoughts to meditate on, in this short time. Our prayer is that this is inspirational to you wherever you are or aren't on your faith journey. May you find inspiration for your journey today.
Just click on the brown button Tim Keller: Trusting God in the difficult times to enjoy this talk. If you need to ask questions about what you watch and hear in this clip feel free to contact us by clicking on the 'contact us' button and we'll respond. God bless .