Bible Reading: 1 Corinthians 12.12-26
Ian Mylam Preaching
- Children's groups are available today.
- A creche is available.
- Refreshments are served after the service.
- Worship is led by classical singers.
At our Harvest Thanksgiving service we will be giving thanks for all that God has given us and taking the opportunity to give something back. We would be very grateful for donations of food.
In the UK 13 million people live below the poverty line. Every day, people all over the country go hungry for reasons ranging from redundancy to receiving an unexpected bill whilst on a low income.
The food brought to church will be donated to the Islington Foodbank, and used for emergency food parcels. Please take a look at the following list which has been provided to us by the Islington Food Bank
Tinned meat Tinned fish
Rice Pasta (dry)
Pasta sauce Pot noodles
Instant mash potatoes Tinned vegetables
Cup a soup Sugar
Tea bags Instant coffee
Long life milk Dried powdered milk
Breakfast cereal Tinned fruit
Rice pudding Soup
Crackers Sponge pudding (tinned)
Nuts Tinned fruit
Crisps Snack bars
Jam Chocolate bars
Small cartons of fruit juice