Ruxley Church

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Friday, 5 March 2021

World Day of Prayer Friday 5th March

 


Sadly the World Day of Prayer service will not be held in church this year due to the lockdown restrictions. The good news is that it will be broadcast on
 the St. Mary's Ewell Facebook and Youtube sites and will be available from 10.00 a.m.
Join others from around the world and
Let us celebrate the World Day of Prayer in 2021 prepared by the women of the Vanuatu islands.

Saturday, 20 February 2021

Holy Habits Lent Course

 


Or click here for more details

Friday, 12 February 2021

Take Five with Rev. Chris Morley

 


Take Five with Rev. Chris Morley
  
A daily thought on how we might grow spiritually and come closer to God by reflecting on a particular theme on Chris's Youtube channel


Thursday, 11 February 2021

February/March Ruxley Star on line now

 

Click here for our February/March Edition of our Church Magazine

Saturday, 16 January 2021

Licensing of Rev Fiona Ellingham 20th January 7.30 pm

We are thrilled to be having the Rev. Fiona Ellingham join us on 20th January as our Church of England vicar to work alongisde our Methodist Minister Rev. Emma Cusack.

Please help us welcome Fiona at her Licensing Service on Wednesday 20th January at 7.30 p.m

.which will be live streamed via youtube

Click here for more information and the Order of Service


Photo of  Fiona, with husband Robin and daughter Abbie



Friday, 15 January 2021

Vacancy for Church Administrator


Ruxley Church now has a job vacancy for the post of Church Administrator to provide effective administration of church activities and secretarial support to the Ministry Team.

Click here for more information - closing date for applications 15th February 2021

Friday, 1 January 2021

A New Year's message & prayer from the Methodist District Chairs

 


A Prayer for a New Year
 
The District Chairs hope that 2021 will be a year of healing and new opportunities for the communities that we serve. When we make our Covenant promises we are reminded that we continue to have faith in God, in both the good times and the challenging times; and we commit ourselves to remain faithful, as God remains faithful to us. As the writer to the Thessalonians reminds us, we are to rejoice always, to pray without ceasing and to give thanks in all circumstances, for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for us all.
 
So as we go forward together in love, faith and fellowship, here is a prayer of praise that we might use in this New Year.
 
 
Creator God, we praise you
for this New Year,
for opportunities to worship, together or 'on-line',
for this moment in our lives.
 
Creator God, we praise you
for all that you have made,
for all that you have given,
for all that you have promised.
 
Redeemer God, we praise you
for the new life found in Christ,
for the chance to begin again,
for the story of salvation.
 
Redeemer God, we praise you
for your grace that is without limit,
for your love which knows no end,
for your living among us.
 
Sustainer God, we praise you
for the gift of your Spirit,
for the outpouring of your love,
for the fruits of our relationship with you.
 
Sustainer God, we praise you
for your open embrace of all,
for your infections joy,
for your presence in our lives.
Amen
 
With blessings
 
Micky, Nigel and Jongi
Chairs of the London District of the Methodist Church