We seek to be a family, united in our love for the Lord Jesus Christ, grateful to God for His love for us, and reaching out to share His love with those who live and work in our community.
Our Sunday Morning services are now beginning to get back to "normal" and you no longer need to book in order to attend. These services will be livestreamed on our YouTube channel and available to watch afterwards. Please do subscribe and turn on notifications.
On the first Sunday evening of each month there will be a communion service in the church. Bread and non-alcoholic wine will be provided but you may bring your own if you would prefer to do so. Please note there will be no Zoom meeting this week.
Our Sunday Evening services will continue to meet via Zoom if you would like to join please contact Phil for more information.
This Harvest we are taking the opportunity to give to those less fortunate by collecting shoeboxes for Samaritan’s Purse.
We are also donating to Operation Agri, which supports Christian-led rural and urban development projects in three continents, showing the love of Jesus in action by attacking the basic causes of poverty, helping some of the least fortunate people in the world to improve their health, develop skills and grow more food.
Hong Kong Migration to UK
It is anticipated that 130,000 Hongkongers will migrate to the UK during the year 2021. This will be the largest migration from a single country since the migration of East African Asians in the 1970's. 40% of this number have already arrived in the UK and the numbers are expected to accelerate during the autumn. A large number of Hongkongers are settling in the London area and Sutton is one of the most popular boroughs, due to good schools, affordable housing, easy access to London and low crime rates.
A website has been set up by churches which Hongkongers are using to search for churches in which to settle, it is https://ukhk.org/ So far 450 churches have registered on this website, with information about their location and activities. Churches in Sutton are already offering help with English language, befriending, and care for the elderly.
COVID-19 Risk Assessment
The documentation below sets out our response to the Government's easing of restrictions after 19th July 2021...
If you have any needs, questions or concerns please contact Phil.
Click here for the COVID-19 Restrictions Update (19th July 2021)