Willesden Area: Ealing Deanery
Find out more about Ealing deanery and upcoming events at www.ealingdeanery.org.
Ealing Deanery comprises all the Church of England parishes and organisations in the London Borough of Ealing.
Our 33 churches, five Church of England schools and five chaplaincies demonstrate that Jesus Christ is relevant and impacting people’s lives in the Borough of Ealing.
The churches and clergy of the deanery enjoy mutual support and benefit from working together on a number of joint projects, including:
- Praying for one another using the deanery prayer diary
- A Mission Fund which is distributed by the synod each year to support projects across the deanery
- A Winter Night Shelter which rotates around a number of churches
- Some joint youth work projects
- Running training courses across churches.
The Area Dean of Ealing, says:
“This is a dynamic borough to be a part of. Originally a line of villages travelling west from London, it still has distinct areas resulting in a wide variety of contexts for ministry. But we are united in Christ in wanting to make the message of Jesus relevant to each of our areas. We are also committed to supporting one another as the Anglican family, whatever tradition our church is at home in.”
Bishop Pete Broadbent, YMCA West London President, Bishop of Willesden and Acting Bishop of London, has welcomed 21 walkers to St Paul’s Cathedral at the end of their 10-mile Founder’s Day Walk.
The Bishop of London rededicates St Alban’s Acton Green Common after a major renovation because the church stood unused for seven years.
Students from William Perkin Church of England High School met two Syrians who have been granted asylum, and learnt of their stories.
An opportunity to explore the Mission that Jesus has given to his church and consider the ways he may be calling you to be actively involved.
This workshop will create an opportunity to think and reflect on end of life issues and how we can approach them with faith.
The course focuses on how to embrace and transform differences, tensions and conflicts as a way to grow a healthy Christian community.
Archdeacon’s Visitation Service in Ealing 2018
Explore major new research findings emerging from the Archbishops’ Council work around the baptism of children
The course is designed for those who would like to consider working with bereaved children.
To develop an understanding of the emotional impact of bereavement on children and young people, and identifying ways of support them
Exploring potential issues associated with bereavement by suicide
Explore potential issues associated with bereavement by suicide and help prepare participants to deal with expression of suicidal thoughts
This course explores the pattern of grieving, grief , ritual and other aspects to help those who wish to offer support to others in grieve