‘Always be Ready’ continues on the theme of Christian Apologetics. If you have ever struggled to put your faith into words or give a Christian answer to difficult questions this course will help you to give an account of the hope that is within you. Each session will run three times: St Michael’s on Sunday at 12 noon ; St Pancras Old Church on Tuesday at 7.45pm; St Mary’s on Thursday at 7.45pm.
November 17,19 and 21
‘Why are you a Christian?’ How can I give a good explanation for my faith?
November 24, 26 and 28
‘The End of Life’ What can I say as a Christian about end of life issues?
December 1, 3 and 5
‘Treasure in Heaven’ How can I explain a Chrisitan viewpoint on money?
December 8,10 and 12
‘Why me?’ What can I say when asked to make sense of suffering?
December 15, 17 and 19
‘Sex and Relationships’ How can I explain a Christian view on marriage and relationships?
A new group for anyone who wants to grow in the Christian faith. We will meet twice a term in the Rectory for a time of input and debate led by a speaker. The next meeting is on December 12th, led by the Ven Rachel Treweek, Archdeacon of Hackney. Meetings begin at 7.30pm with a glass of wine. All welcome.
Reading and Study Materials
The Ministry Team runs study courses throughout the year. Additionally the Parish Library holds a collection of books and magazines on faith, prayer and spirituality available for loan and is situated in the Raphael Room at St Michael’s. Open after Sunday Mass and from 2.30 – 6.30pm on Mondays.
Our Parish Confirmation with the Bishop of Edmonton will be on February 2nd 5pm at St Pancras Old Church. Confirmation is the rite by which adults make a commitment to Christ and are commissioned in the Holy Spirit to live their faith publicly in the world. Any adults interested in exploring this are invited to have a word with one of the clergy.
‘Gazing on the Lord’
On Saturday 8th March at St Pancras Old Church the clergy will lead a day of prayer and reflection on finding Jesus in the sacraments. All welcome.