On Saturday 4th June at 16:00, the bell ringers will ring a Quarter Peal in Honour of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.

On Sunday 5th June, The Feast of Pentecost, Mass will be celebrated at 08:00, and the Parish Mass will be at 17:30. There will be a Civic Service in Christ the Saviour to celebrate the Platinum Jubilee at 10:30 with the Mayor of Ealing and other dignitaries from Ealing council attending. All are welcome.

Please note the church will be closed and there will be no Mass on the two bank holidays, Thursday 2nd June and Friday 3rd June 2022.

Dear Ealing Deanery Synod Members,

Meetings of Ealing Deanery Synod 2022
One of the ambitions of the Vision 2030 is “Compassionate Communities” and so the meetings of Ealing Deanery Synod in 2022 will focus on this ambition. While the Standing Committee is aware of some of the organisations in Ealing who contribute to our compassionate communities, there may be others in your part of Ealing who are not so well-known. If you are aware of such an organisation, please encourage them to get in contact with the Deanery Synod Secretary Wei Hei Kipling weihei.kipling@talktalk.net to see if we can give them some publicity either at a Synod meeting or in the quarterly prayer diary.

The planned dates for synod meetings are:

  • Monday 24 January – Zoom (poster for your church available on this link)
  • Tuesday 21 June – Archdeacon’s visitation for Ealing (not strictly a synod meeting but organised with synod)
  • Tuesday 5 July – AGM / Mission Bid presentations
  • Wednesday 28 September
  • Thursday 10 November

Compassionate Communities focus for January 2022
We are pleased to announce that we expect to receive presentations from the following Ealing church-related organisations at the meeting on 24 January 2022.

  • Ealing Churches Winter Night Shelter
  • Christians against Poverty
  • BESOM

Pastoral Principles

Our attention has been drawn to the Pastoral Principles for living well together (can be downloaded from this link), which are commended for use widely across the church by The House of Bishops. While the focus relates to LGBTI+ people, they apply to all sorts of difference and diversity among God’s people.

This request has come from Bishop Sarah, Bishop of London, in the light of abusive emails which were sent by some deanery synod members to at least one candidate in this year’s General Synod election.

The request is that the Pastoral Principles are the subject of discussion at the first meeting of our deanery synod in the New Year, and that members of the deanery synods are reminded of these, and of the way in which we treat one another.

School Governors

The next meeting on Monday 24 January 2022 will include the following elections for school governor posts.

  • Ada Lovelace – one vacancy
  • Twyford High School – one position – current holder Louise Gibb will stand again
  • William Perkin – two positions – current holder Lolita George will stand again and there is another vacancy
  • St. Mary’s Primary School – one position – current holder Timothy Jackson will stand again

If you or someone you know wishes to stand for any of these posts, you will need a proposer and a seconder who is a member of the Deanery Synod. Experience of, or an interest in Education is quite key. The nominee should supply a one paragraph summary stating why they would like to be a governor and any relevant experience – they will be asked to share that paragraph in no more than 2 minutes at the Synod meeting of 24 January. To facilitate this process, a nomination form is available from the Deanery Synod Secretary Wei Hei Kipling weihei.kipling@talktalk.net and completed forms should be returned to me by 17 January 2022.

Ealing Mission Fund for 2022

The Ealing Mission Fund has money to give to parishes who need a little financial help with a mission project in their parish. Grants of up to £2k are available and the application form is found on the Ealing Deanery website here (Mission Fund | Ealing Deanery). The closing date for applications is Saturday 30th April. The application criteria are found on the application page. Completed forms should be sent to me. Please encourage your incumbent and parish to make applications if appropriate.

David Neno
Area Dean

St Peter’s Vicarage
56 Mount Park Road
Ealing W5 2RU
 
020 8997 1620
07976 905294
david.neno@london.anglican.org
www.facebook.com/st.peters.ealing
www.stpeterealing.org.uk

Dear friends

The Mother’s Union branch of Christ the Saviour would like to invite you to join them for prayer and fellowship and coffee and cake!

On Saturday 19th June at 10.30am in the Parish Hall.

The theme will be ‘Summer of Hope’ and will include a short reflection on Saint Francis of Assisi and a simple garden craft, followed by 12.30 mass in church.

This will be an ‘in person’ event in a Covid safe environment.

Looking forward to seeing you there!

All are welcome! You don’t have to be a Mother’s Union member or a mother to join us!

Pauline

Christian leaders from Ealing are organising an evening prayer before the assembly, open to all Christians across London, so do share widely within your networks.

Join Christians from across London Citizens as we reflect on the Manifesto, build relationships, and pray for the work of the Holy Spirit in this action. This is an ideal opportunity for non-member Christian leaders to experience something of the work of community organising and Christian mission.

Register

In just 4 weeks, 5000 of us will be presenting our people-powered manifesto to the mayoral candidates Sadiq Khan and Shaun Bailey. Let’s demonstrate to the next Mayor that we care about affordable homes, youth safety, living wages, welcome and sanctuary and green jobs.

Register.

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The College of Bishops in London has issued a statement in response to the recent report from the Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities. It is a helpful aid to our prayer and reflection on these vitally important matters.

Download

Christ the Saviour School wishes to remind everyone that that there will be a foodbank between 11:00am and 1:00pm in Christ The Saviour Church Hall (entrance between church and Broadway gates). All families known to CtS, to whom it would be helpful, are very warmly welcomed to make use of this resource.

Christ the Saviour School wishes to remind everyone that that there will be a foodbank between 11:00am and 1:00pm in Christ The Saviour Church Hall (entrance between church and Broadway gates). All families known to CtS, to whom it would be helpful, are very warmly welcomed to make use of this resource.

This Wednesday, 27th January 2021, our church bells will be rung at 10:15am to mark Holocaust Memorial Day. Holocaust Memorial Day is the day for everyone to remember the millions of people murdered in the Holocaust, under Nazi Persecution, and in the genocides which followed in Cambodia, Rwanda, Bosnia, and Darfur.

Also, on Wednesday, 27th January 2021, Christ the Saviour School wishes to remind everyone that that there will be a foodbank between 11:00am and 1:00pm in Christ The Saviour Church Hall (entrance between church and Broadway gates). All families known to CtS, to whom it would be helpful, are very warmly welcomed to make use of this resource.

Christ the Saviour School wishes to remind everyone that that there will be a foodbank this Wednesday 9th December between 9:00am and 11:00am in Christ The Saviour Church Hall (entrance between church and Broadway gates).

As well as groceries, we will have an excellent selection of *new or good-as-new toys/books available*. This year has been very tough financially for many families and Christmas can be a very expensive time of year. So please feel free to come along and pick up some additional groceries, as well as an extra toy/book or two for under the tree. All families known to CtS, to whom it would be helpful, are very warmly welcomed to make use of this resource.

Form 4A
(Rule 6.2)
Public Notice
(general form)

In the Consistory Court of the Diocese of London

Church of Christ the Saviour, New Broadway, Ealing Broadway

In the parish of Christ the Saviour Ealing

NOTICE IS GIVEN that we are applying to the Consistory Court of the diocese for permission to carry out the following:

Replacement of porch entrance gates.

Copies of the relevant plans and documents may be examined at

Please contact Gary Toneguzzo, Church Administrator by emailing: xthesaviour@gmail.com

(If changes to a church are proposed, a copy of the petition and of any designs, plans, photographs and other documents that were submitted with it must be displayed in the church or at another place where they may be conveniently inspected by the public.)

Petitioners:
(Each petitioner to give name and office held in block capitals)

  1. Fr. Richard Collins, Vicar of Christ the Saviour, Ealing
  2. Jackie Ashmenall, Churchwarden, Christ the Saviour, Ealing
  3. Benjamin Marsh, Churchwarden, Christ the Saviour, Ealing

Date 6th August 2020

(Here the petitioners are to enter the date on which the notice was first displayed)

If you wish to object to any of the works or proposals you should send a letter stating the grounds of your objection to The Diocesan Registrar at Minerva House, 5 Montague Close, London, SE1 9BB so that your letter reaches the registrar not later than 5th September 2020. A letter of objection must include your name and address and state whether you live in the parish and/or your name is entered on the church electoral roll of the parish or any other basis on which you have an interest in the matter.

Directions to petitioners
You must display this public notice (or a copy of it) for a continuous period of not less than 28 days, not counting the day on which it is put up or the day on which it is taken down, (or for such other period as the Court may direct) in each of the following places:

  1. on a notice board or in some other prominent position inside the church; and
  2. on a notice board outside the church or in some other prominent position (whether on the outside of the church door or elsewhere) so that it can be read by the public.