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  1. AGM and New Board

    30 November 2014

    redchairsThank you to everyone who attended the AGM. AGMs may not be the most thrilling engagements in our social calendar, but they are vital to keeping our church running!

    It is wonderful to see how our community and work have grown and developed over this year, and to look forward to new opportunities to share God’s love in the months to come.

    Well done and welcome to our new Board Members: Alex, Lulu, Gisela and Flora, and to PJ, Reubs and Richard who have been brave enough to return for another term!

    Please hold all our new Board in your prayers over the coming weeks.



  2. New Testament Greek

    30 October 2014

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    4 week course beginning Monday, 17 November 2014, 7:15 for 7:30pm, at “St Mary with All Souls”, Kilburn.

    Want to know what koinē (κοινή) Greek is all about? Want to be able to study the New Testament in its original language?

    If you are interested, speak to one of the MCC North London ministry team or Father Andrew Cain.



  3. Trans* Day of Remembrance

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    An Interfaith service of remembrance on Friday, 21st November 2014, 7pm, in the church.

    This is the time when we remember all the lives lost to transphobic violence and bullying, and the human cost of ignorance and fear directed at God’s transgender children, and commit ourselves to ending such loss, and bringing about love, inclusion and wholeness for people of all gender identities.

    MCC North London will be having our own Trans Remembrance service the following Sunday, 23rd November 2014.

     



  4. Celebrating Communion Training

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    This will take place on Sunday, 7th December 2014, at 4pm.

    While we all come from different Christian traditions, celebrating communion is an integral part of all our services.

    If you would like to be more involved in our services and become a celebrant, then please come along to this training session. At MCC North London, we believe in the “priesthood of all believers” and anyone who feels called to celebrate communion may do so; irrespective of gender, sexuality … or formal ordination.