Sunday, 26th November - SERVICE starts at 10.30am, with Communion, music, sermon and Ed's Kids; the end of the Church year

SOUL SPACE is at 6pm each Sunday

Morning Prayer MONDAY to SATURDAY at 8am and WEDNESDAY evening this week is a service for ALL SOULS when we pray for all who have died and gone before us at 7pm 

Next Sunday, 2nd December will be at 10.30am, as usual with Communion, Ed's Kids, music for the first Sunday of ADVENT

Services continue to be livestreamed on Facebook at: If there are people you want us to Pray for someone by name, please message usSee below for info about prayers, funerals, weddings and baptisms

THE FOODBANK : at the front of the Church at 35 St Keverne Road, SE9 4AQ on Saturdays 10am-12.00, Friday 9.30-12.00 & Wednesday 5.30-6.30pm:  COME IN and COLLECT. (If you are in urgent need of food and unable to leave home then call or text 07395 565984)   DONATIONS can also be dropped off during opening hours. We can also help with access to IT, legal advice and support, shopping and medicine collection 

SOCIAL ACTIVITIES: meals, exercise, toddlers, dance and more....

Pilates Class - 10am on Mondays, each Monday 

Slimming World  continues Tuesdays at 5.30pm AND Zumba at 7.45pm on Tuesdays  

Tuesday mornings Play N Stay (Term times only) - Back on 31st October 10.30-12.00

Tuesdays Community Garden 2-4pm with refreshments - including over the holidays

Wednesdays Diddi Dance at 9.30am (Term Time only - awaiting numbers to return) - ZUMBA GOLD 11am Wednesdays

Thursday Community Brunch at 10.30 

WALKING GROUP - meets Thursdays at 2.30pm for a local walk, followed by refreshments; plus Community Gardening 

Karate Thursday afternoons 4pm (beginners) and 5pm (more advanced) - call Ellie Giles for details on 07912 212075 

Fridays - Seated Zumba at 11am.  Community Lunch at 12.30 

FUNERALS - we are able to take them at the Crematorium or Cemetery and in Church. Please contact Rev Catherine  07711 611201/[email protected] 340586 for further information, or ask your funeral director to contact us. 

We also hold memorial services, prayers and other ways to mark your loved one's life; contact us on [email protected]/ 07711 611201

Weddings, Baptisms, blessings and other services of celebration are also back: call 07711 611201 to discuss

We stream our services at:

Thanks to London Funders, City Bridge Trust, L&Q Placemakers funds, the Charities Aid Foundation, Direct Line, the Co-op, the National Lottery, the Rausing Trust and Chislehurst Rotary, local churches, schools, the community and the Glebe Football Club for their support for the foodbank.

Thanks also to National Churches Trust for funds to mend the high roofs and to Veolia, Viridor, Bernard Sunley, Garfield Weston, National Lottery, Congregational and General Trust, Laing Family Trust and all who have donated locally for the building works


St Ed's, great place to meet people

if you want to get involved in the community St Edwards is a good place to come... whether you want to join us for a meal, a club or a service or event.... or to volunteer. Here is a bit about one of our members, Ruth Slater and her journey to St Ed's:

None of my family were Christians, in fact my father was an atheist, but my grandmother had a faith. We lived next door to the church hall – the church having been rebuilt some distance away – so my parents sent us 3 girls to Sunday School so they had a few hours peace on a Sunday morning!

Once I was too old for Sunday School, a wonderful man called Mr Eaves, started a junior sides person rota and so I began to attend the church, St. Augustine's Bromley. I announced to my mother that I wanted to be confirmed aged 13 and that was the true beginning of my faith journey.

I became a Sunday School leader in the new church hall and when I had children of my own, became the Children’s worker at St. Edmund’s Yeading in Middlesex. The big ‘wow Lord’ moment came when my younger daughter at age 6, fell off the school climbing frame onto concrete and went blind and deaf.

My vicar rushed to casualty and took her hand and said, ‘Talitha Koum’, which is the Aramaic phrase Jesus used when he raised Jairus’s daughter. She was promptly sick all over him and made a full recovery! Thanks be to God.

I have had a great deal of emotional, family and health issues in my life, but my faith in a loving, ever-present God has always strengthened and sustained me. I love the Bible verse from Joshua, ‘Remember that I have commanded you to be determined and confident! Do not be afraid or discouraged, for I the Lord your God am with you wherever you go’. AMEN

Please see weekly schedule above for social activities

We also run Mottingham Foodbank (07395 565984) which also has opportunities for volunteers. Just call for more details.

AND meet us online for services at 

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Memorial Bench outside St Ed's, remembering young people on the estate who died before their time

Easter Garden - we like to celebrate festivals with life size models of the Bible stories