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  • on 9th July 2024

Worship and activities during week beginning Sunday 14 July

Throughout this week, you are invited to join us for worship and other social activities.

Sunday 14 July, 10.00am – Parish Eucharist

We meet at St Thomas’ and St Luke’s Churches at 10.00am on the Fifth Sunday after Trinity.

The service from St Luke’s will be livestreamed to people at home. Whether you are able to be in church or joining the livestream from home, we look forward to worshipping together.

You can find the service online by following this link to YouTube. The service will also be live on Zoom where you can join online or listen via any telephone. Download full details for joining our online service.

Sunday 14 July – Bible Study

Following the Parish Eucharist, there will be a short break before a Bible Study begins. The study is on Zoom. Please stay on the Zoom meeting or come back at about 11.30am to take part.

Sunday 14 July, 9.00pm – Compline

We finish our Sunday with a short service of Compline (or night prayers). We meet on Zoom where you can join online or dial in on any telephone.

Download Compline joining instructions

Download Compline order of service

Tuesday 16 July – Tuesday Group

The Tuesday Group at St Thomas’ Church meets from 10.00am. It is a time when you can meet with friends and make new friends. Some people choose to relax and have a chat over a cuppa. Others prefer to join in with some gardening or DIY tasks. You can also stay for lunch. However you choose to spend the time, you can be guaranteed of a warm welcome.

Tuesday 16 July, 6.00pm – Evening Prayer

We meet in the beautiful chapel at St Richard’s Church Centre for a service of Evening Prayer at 6.00pm. The entrance to the chapel is in Sundorne Road.

Wednesday 17 July, 10.00am – Play Café

The Play Café for 0-3 year olds takes place at St Richard’s Church Centre on Wednesday’s, 10.00-11.30am. While the children play, parents and carers can chat and catch up over a cuppa.

Thursday 18 July, 10.00am – Coffee Morning

Join us from 10.00am at St Luke’s for a chance to catch up with friends and make new friends too. As well as having a chat, this is a great opportunity to look around our historic church.

Thursday 18 July, 12 noon – Holy Communion

Following the Coffee Morning, a simple midweek service of Holy Communion takes place at St Luke’s. Everyone is welcome.

There is no sermon, but there is music for reflection and prayers are said for the church, world, community and those in need. This oasis in the middle of the week may be just what you need.

St Luke’s Church, The Village, London, SE7 8UG

St Thomas’ Church, Woodland Terrace, SE7 8EW

St Richard’s Church Centre, Swallowfield Road, SE7 7NR (Chapel entrance in Sundorne Road)

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