Worship We gather throughout the week to worship God, but our biggest day of worship is Sunday, where we usually have services both at St John’s and St Luke’s. Everyone is welcome at any of our services – all of our upcoming services are listed below. Parish Eucharist (our main Sunday Service) Our Parish Eucharist (meaning ‘thanksgiving’) is our main Sunday service. It centres around Holy Communion – the central act of Christian worship where we share a holy meal of bread and wine together. We also sing hymns, hear readings from the Bible, and pray for the world, before spending time with each other over coffee afterwards. Depending on the Sunday, there are sometimes children’s activities, (see info for the individual services, below), but anyone is welcome to all of our services. All-Age Service On the first Sunday of the month, we all gather in the morning for one service, at 10.30am, along with members from our Scouts, Cubs and Beavers. It is very similar to our usual parish Eucharist and still includes Holy Communion, but the service is slightly shorter, and includes a fun, interactive talk, aimed at engaging everyone, aged 5 to 95. Children’s Service On the third Sunday of the month, at St John’s, we have a Children’s Service at 9.30am. The service is aimed at children from babies up to around age 11. It lasts for about half an hour, and includes lots of noise, singing, and fun as we learn more about Jesus. Afterwards there are refreshments and time to run around (when the sun is shining!). Sunday Evening Service At 6pm, we have an informal evening service in St John’s Hall, using the Book of Common Prayer. On the third Sunday of the month, we worship with our Christian sisters and brothers either at the United Reform Church on Lancaster Road, or one of the North West Enfield Group of Churches.

The services for the coming weeks are below.

See our front page for this week’s principal services. Sunday 1st September 10.30am All-Age Service St Luke’s 6pm Evening Service St John’s Hall Wednesday 4th September 9.15am Eucharist St Luke’s Thursday 5th September 6.00pm Meditation St Luke’s Sunday 8th September 9am Holy Parish Eucharist - St John’s 10.30am Parish Eucharist - St Luke’s 6pm Evening Service St John’s Hall Wednesday 10th September 9.15am Eucharist St Luke’s Thursday 11th September 6.00pm Meditation St Luke’s Sunday 15th September 9.30am Children’s Service - St Johns 10.30am Parish Eucharist - St Luke’s 6pm Evening Service St John’s Hall Wednesday 18th September 9.15am Eucharist St Luke’s Thursday 19th September 6.00pm Meditation St Luke’s Sunday 22nd September 9am Parish Eucharist - St John’s 10.30am Parish Eucharist - St Luke’s 6pm Evening Service St John’s Hall Wednesday 25th September 9.15am Eucharist St Luke’s Thursday 26th September 6.00pm Meditation St Luke’s Sunday 6th October 10.30am All - Age Eucharist St Luke’s 6pm Evening Service St John’s Hall Morning & Evening Prayer are said in the Lady Chapel at St Luke’s every day from Tuesday to Friday, at 8am and 5,30pm respectively. Morning & Evening Prayer These short services involve people reading passages from the Bible together, and praying for the world and one another. They provide rhythm to our lives, and are a peaceful way of bookending our days. Wednesday Eucharist A half hour service of Holy Communion in St Luke’s, usually including a short sermon, and followed by tea and coffee Meditation Our Meditation service typically lasts between 30 and 45 minutes. We listen to a short reflection on the practice of meditation, before spending a period in silence, allowing ourselves to simply dwell in God’s presence. We are 1of 7 groups in Enfield, and there are over 45 groups in the NE London area. Our practice is in accordance with the World Community For Christian Meditation. For more information www.wccm.org.uk/
St John the Baptist Theobalds Park Road Enfield EN2 9JF St Luke the Evangelist Phipps Hatch Lane Enfield EN2 0HG Our Churches
tel: 020 363 6055 email: revpetergodden@outlook.com

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Your privacy is important to us

The PCC of our parish of St John and St Luke, Clay Hill values your privacy and wants you to understand the choices and control you have over any information that we may hold about you. To help explain those choices and give you that control, please read our parish Privacy Notice which take into account the new requirements of the GDPR.
Registered Charity Number 1151418
PCC of St John w St Luke, Enfield
Worship We gather throughout the week to worship God, but our biggest day of worship is Sunday, where we usually have services both at St John’s and St Luke’s. Everyone is welcome at any of our services – all of our upcoming services are listed below. Parish Eucharist (our main Sunday Service) Our Parish Eucharist (meaning ‘thanksgiving’) is our main Sunday service. It centres around Holy Communion – the central act of Christian worship where we share a holy meal of bread and wine together. We also sing hymns, hear readings from the Bible, and pray for the world, before spending time with each other over coffee afterwards. Depending on the Sunday, there are sometimes children’s activities, (see info for the individual services, below), but anyone is welcome to all of our services. All-Age Service On the first Sunday of the month, we all gather in the morning for one service, at 10.30am, along with members from our Scouts, Cubs and Beavers. It is very similar to our usual parish Eucharist and still includes Holy Communion, but the service is slightly shorter, and includes a fun, interactive talk, aimed at engaging everyone, aged 5 to 95. Children’s Service On the third Sunday of the month, at St John’s, we have a Children’s Service at 9.30am. The service is aimed at children from babies up to around age 11. It lasts for about half an hour, and includes lots of noise, singing, and fun as we learn more about Jesus. Afterwards there are refreshments and time to run around (when the sun is shining!). Sunday Evening Service At 6pm, we have an informal evening service in St John’s Hall, using the Book of Common Prayer. On the third Sunday of the month, we worship with our Christian sisters and brothers either at the United Reform Church on Lancaster Road, or one of the North West Enfield Group of Churches.

The services for the coming weeks are below.

See our front page for this week’s principal services. Sunday 1st September 10.30am All-Age Service St Luke’s 6pm Evening Service St John’s Hall Wednesday 4th September 9.15am Eucharist St Luke’s Thursday 5th September 6.00pm Meditation St Luke’s Sunday 8th September 9am Holy Parish Eucharist - St John’s 10.30am Parish Eucharist - St Luke’s 6pm Evening Service St John’s Hall Wednesday 10th September 9.15am Eucharist St Luke’s Thursday 11th September 6.00pm Meditation St Luke’s Sunday 15th September 9.30am Children’s Service - St Johns 10.30am Parish Eucharist - St Luke’s 6pm Evening Service St John’s Hall Wednesday 18th September 9.15am Eucharist St Luke’s Thursday 19th September 6.00pm Meditation St Luke’s Sunday 22nd September 9am Parish Eucharist - St John’s 10.30am Parish Eucharist - St Luke’s 6pm Evening Service St John’s Hall Wednesday 25th September 9.15am Eucharist St Luke’s Thursday 26th September 6.00pm Meditation St Luke’s Sunday 6th October 10.30am All - Age Eucharist St Luke’s 6pm Evening Service St John’s Hall Morning & Evening Prayer are said in the Lady Chapel at St Luke’s every day from Tuesday to Friday, at 8am and 5,30pm respectively. Morning & Evening Prayer These short services involve people reading passages from the Bible together, and praying for the world and one another. They provide rhythm to our lives, and are a peaceful way of bookending our days. Wednesday Eucharist A half hour service of Holy Communion in St Luke’s, usually including a short sermon, and followed by tea and coffee Meditation Our Meditation service typically lasts between 30 and 45 minutes. We listen to a short reflection on the practice of meditation, before spending a period in silence, allowing ourselves to simply dwell in God’s presence. We are 1of 7 groups in Enfield, and there are over 45 groups in the NE London area. Our practice is in accordance with the World Community For Christian Meditation. For more information www.wccm.org.uk/

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

Your privacy is important to us

The PCC of our parish of St John and St Luke, Clay Hill values your privacy and wants you to understand the choices and control you have over any information that we may hold about you. To help explain those choices and give you that control, please read our parish Privacy Notice which take into account the new requirements of the GDPR.
St John the Baptist Theobalds Park Road Enfield EN2 9JF St Luke the Evangelist Phipps Hatch Lane Enfield EN2 0HG Our Churches
tel: 020 363 6055 email: revpetergodden@outlook.com
Registered Charity Number 1151418
PCC of St John w St Luke, Enfield
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