8am Said Eucharist
10am Sung Eucharist
6.30pm Choral Evensong.
Monday 7.30-9pm: Bible Study Group. We will be looking at Luke 16.1-13. If you would like further information please contact Jackie Anderson or Sue Grey.
Thursday 12.30pm: Said Eucharist followed by Picnic Lunch and Prayer Group. Please bring your packed lunch to get together again for fellowship and prayer.
Friday 10am-12pm: Coffee and chat in church
Saturday 1st October 10am: Friends of the Christ Church Garden gardening morning: Please join us in caring for God’s creation. There’s lots to be done and we hope to see as many of you as possible, weather permitting. Thanks Sandra & Jenny
Saturday 1st October Harvest Quiz in the Parish Centre at 7pm for 7.30pm start. The annual keenly-fought contest is upon us. There will be the usual table teams of 8 (£80 for a table). Bring your own food and the CCS bar will be available. See Judith to book your place. However, we really need your awful gifts for the legendary terrible raffle. It wouldn’t be the same with good prizes!
Appeal from the Ark at St John’s. The Ark is requesting tinned foods, pasta, rice and boxed cereals as they are now beginning to stock up for winter. They would also be grateful for small drinks, cereal bars & multi packs of crisps for lunches and are also short of carrier bags. Many thanks.
Chorister Recruitment: Opportunities for children aged 7+ to join the Choir from September 2022. Please help spread the word. Parents interested in finding out more about the choir should contact Richard at email@example.com.
Food Bank Collection A reminder that we are always happy to collect non-perishable food and other items for the foodbank in Enfield. The collection point is just inside the door at the back of church to the left.
Sunday 2nd October 10 am: Family Friendly Harvest Thanksgiving Service with collection of gifts for the Food Banks.
Tuesday 4th October 7.30pm: Said Eucharist with Anointing and Laying on of Hands for Healing
Friday 7th October 10am-12pm.: Coffee, Cake and Conversations about the Windows – in church
The second of our “Stories About Enfield” window events, when Beatrice Limbert discusses “Slow Windows – the art of looking for longer”.
For full information about all our pre-Raphaelite events please visit https://www.christchurch-southgate.org/history/1862-building/pre-raphaelite-windows/
Friday 7th October 6pm: CCA bar monthly Cheese and Snacks evening. The snacks are complimentary so please come along for a convivial evening.
Saturday 8th October 10am – 4.30pm: God’s Creation Needs You! A day of working together to heal our planet at St Pancras Church, Euston Road (opposite Euston Station). Speakers include: Dr Ruth Valerio, author of “Saying Yes to Life” and Helen Stephens, Head of Eco-Church from A Rocha UK – as well our very own bee-keeper Youla. Tickets are free, for more information and to register visit https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/gods-creation-needs-you-how-you-can-help-tickets-392965780227
Saturday 8th October 2-4pm: “Drawing with the Light” in church. Local photographer Natalie Gee will talk about how stained glass creates effects.
Sunday 9th October 6.30 pm: ‘I see the sights that dazzle the tempting sounds I hear’ – a festival of the top ten sponsored hymns chosen by you and led by our choir. All proceeds to www.sightsavers.org.
Thursday 3rd November 7.30pm: The bad boys of the Victorian art world? Pre-Raphaelite brotherhood and William Morris. In Church. Talk by art historian Beatrice Limbert.
Saturday 5th November 2.30 pm: Memorial service for Fr Peter Jackson.
Sunday 13th November: Closing date for contributions to Operation Christmas Child. Hilary Meur will be making up boxes to be sent to children in Moldova and Ukraine. She is grateful for any contributions towards postage costs and/or the usual items such as small toys, hats & gloves, hair accessories, skipping ropes/balls, stationery items etc. Please look out for the flyers in the pews or visit www.samaritans-purse.org.uk for more information.
19th & 20th November: Christ Church weekend. We will be opening to share the beauty of our building. We will be highlighting our stained-glass windows as part of the “Stories of Enfield” project. The weekend will include guided tours, and craft and collage activities for adults and children.