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 For regular events and groups that we have through the week see our page Church Life

For all activities on  zoom logo  Contact us for links   

The church and Sunday school are following the 'Community Bible Experience'. We are following the Bible studies, videos  and joining in the activities and discussion activities. Further information can be had from Andrew.

SUNDAY, 23rd June  10.30am Morning worship  led by Pauline Curry

Her theme is Lessons We Can Learn from the Storm.

This will be livestreamed on Facebook and uploaded later to You Tube  

After the morning service and refreshments there will be an all age 4U get together 

Tuesday to Friday morning the church is open for private prayer.    

hands in prayer .

Tuesdays starting at 10:15am  Coffee Morning 

Our coffee mornings raise funds for St Luke's Hospice.

  coffee   st Lukes Hospice 

Tuesdays 11:00 Prayer time in church and on zoom

  hands holding a warm mug   hands in prayer

Wednesdays 10:00 Young Ones Toddler Group   

Thursdays  11:00  Prayer time on Zoom

Friday from 6pm Brownies, Guides and Rangers  

Friday from 9:30 pm Street Pastors  

street pastors        harrow street pastors on patrol

  welcome from the tennis clubtennis club HBC

All through the week we have a  Tennis Club in Bonnersfield Lane , Harrow  HA1 2LE

Contact Keith Mayes through the church office or the  tennis club  Website 

Saturday 29th June  We will be clearing out the cupboards at the kitchen end of the Large Hall . If you know of anything that belongs to you in those cupboards please can you either take your stuff or let Lin or Brian know. If you are not sure, the contents of the cupboards will be laid out in the Large Hall on Sunday 30th June. Any stuff that is not collected by 1st July will be either taken to the charity shop or down to the tip. 

We have a collection box for Harrow Foodbank. See the list in the foyer for items needed if you wish to bring gifts. 

food at Harrow food bank  harrow foodbank logo 


War memorials

Recently we had a visit from a team from the Imperial War Museum who wanted information about our war memorials. A link to their page can be found here