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The Bishop of London opens Millbrook Park Church of England Primary School
The Bishop of London opens Millbrook Park Church of England Primary School
Millbrook Park Primary opened in September at the former Inglis Barracks site in Mill Hill. As new year groups join each Autumn, the three form school will eventually provide places for 669 pupils.
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A welcome that invites you to stay
A welcome that invites you to stay
How welcoming are we to those who our new to our churches? We all know that first impressions are crucial. But we can become so familiar with our own church that we become blind to things that are unclear for visitors. Ashley Nichols explores how we can be friendly, loving and open in our welcome to newcomers.
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Southall churches raise £20,000 for partner church in Mozambique
Southall churches raise £20,000 for partner church in Mozambique
The Southall Group Ministry developed a link with the church of Lichinga in Niassa in 2009 and have raised £20,600 to help fund mission, youth work and projects including a church building and a well.
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Celebrating something special
Celebrating something special
Age and birthdays are really important to children. Anyone who has got a child’s wrong, or not include the ‘half’ or ‘three quarters’, will have realised that. How can we as children's groups and whole church communities celebrate these important events in children's lives? Here are a few ideas to get you thinking.
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No Glory: the real history of the First World War
No Glory: the real history of the First World War

Lecture to highlight the injustices and lessons of World War I.

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Martin Luther King's Dream: How Can We End Racism Today?
Martin Luther King's Dream: How Can We End Racism Today?

This December is the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King, Jr. preaching at St Paul's to a congregation of 4000, while on his journey to accept the Nobel Peace Prize. This event will challenge us to fulfil the dream he put to us of an equal society, one free from discrimination, prejudice and extremism.

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