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Lucy, the Parish Administrator, is walking 250km in March as part of a group effort to walk, run or cycle 8766 kms ‘to’ Debre Birhan in Ethiopia, for PARTNERS FOR CHANGE ETHIOPIA. She has clocked up 213 km so far. The final destination is the school in Biruh Tesfa and the money is to support a…

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As most of you will know, Heike’s time as a curate at St Peter’s is coming to an end, and she will be leaving us in April to become Vicar of Coggeshall and the surrounding villages in Essex. We will miss her hugely, but wish her and Alistair all the best for this exciting next…

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Following the government’s plan to ease covid restrictions and re-open schools, we are delighted to announce that St Peter’s will be re-opening for public worship, on Sunday 7th March. In terms of what we are allowed to do, there are still considerable restrictions in place: we need to keep social distancing and wear masks, we can’t do coffee or socialise after church…

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Youth violence is an issue of great urgency for our time. In 2019, 24 children aged just 17 or younger were murdered with a knife or sharp object. Youth violence, which is prevalent in London, can include fighting, bullying, threats with weapons, and gang-related violence. For some young people, Covid-19 has made the world even less…

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Throughout Lent, the Diocese of London is offering daily reflections and videos on mental and physical wellbeing, under the banner “40 Days of Wellbeing”, which you can access via the diocese’s CONFIDENT DISCIPLES twitter account, from Ash Wednesday onwards. To get a taste of what’s coming up, you can watch an advance offering, with this short VIDEO REFLECTION on…

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Thanks so much to all who generously donated baby clothes last week to support a local asylum seeker! This week, we’re looking for used (but good condition) children’s books, to pass on to the CHILDREN’S BOOK PROJECT. This is a London-based charity who collect and distribute books to disadvantaged children, via schools, nurseries, prisons, foodbanks, women’s…

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Dear friends, Most of you will now have heard the disappointing news that London is about to enter the new ‘Tier 4’ category from midnight on Saturday night (20th December). Having uttered a few un-vicarly words on first hearing the news, I am now trying to work out the full implications of what this means for…

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If you would like to get some fresh air and exercise over the Christmas holidays, why not participate in ‘Follow the Star’, a fun activity for primary age children (and their parents) with a chance to win a prize! The activity runs from 20th – 31st December and can be done whenever it suits you.…

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BEST is a local company that focuses on children’s mental and emotional health and wellbeing. Sadly, due to the pandemic, we are unable to physically be in the schools where we regularly teach. However, not to be thwarted at this crucial time, we have created ‘BEST Activity Boxes’, delivered to the door, enabling us to continue…

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“The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it.”  (John 1:5)   In the middle of Covid, we need Christmas more than ever. But this year, of course, we will be doing things a bit differently. Under Tier 4 restrictions, public worship is still permitted. But as you will appreciate, Covid…

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