Reflections from October 17
posted by: Joan Vine | on: Friday, 3 November 2017, 13:09
Let us pray for those people who have been affected by the shooting in America. Pray for the souls of those who have died, all the people who have life-threatening and life-changing injuries, and for all the loved ones and families who are grieving, worried and afraid.
Here at the Emmanuel Church in Leyton our branch is encouraged to continue all we do in the Church and the community especially the ministry of prayer. We had a really successful weekend and we look to God for strength and grace as we journey on in Him as a branch. It is good to Praise the Lord, Halleluiah. Kemi Ademola.
For the patterns for knitted toys please find a PDF file at the end of the latest article on this page dated 12th October 2017. There are now specific instructions on how to produce your lovely knitted teddy bears and sheep which comply with safety standards.
A powerful article on Domestic Violence has been made into a PDF file that can be downloaded and discussed at any of your Mothers' Union meetings. Please make everyone aware of the plight of many thousands of people. Print of the PDF file that is at the end of the article 'MU & Domestic Violence'
Black History Month Celebration took place on Saturday 14th of October 2017 in the Parish hall of Emmanuel Church here in Leyton. It was the first time such an event had been held, it intended to celebrate the diversity of our parish family and community whilst promoting inclusion. The event was inspirational - Kemi
"Christ has no body on earth now but yours. Yours are the eyes through which He is to go about doing good. Yours are the hands with which He is to bless people now." Sweet words from St Teresa of Avila
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