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Theology Night
Wednesday 24 May 7:30, BeBright Centre

Meet the big issues of Christian faith

Tackling some of Christianity's big ideas, Theology Night will open up a forum for discussion and debate. Novices and experts welcome.

This new series is led by Steve Tomkins, the author of A Short History of Christianity & editor of Reform magazine,

For more information click here or email revsheridanjames@gmail.com

Between 25th May & 4th June as part of Thy Kingdom Come, churches around the world are gathering to pray for friends, families, neighbours & community.

Deptford Deanery is hosting three events:

The nine days end in a special Pentecostal service at Southwark Cathedral on 4 June 6pm

More details are here, or you can email me at revsheridanjames
@gmail.com

Sheridan



St Catherine's Church
Pepys Road

London      SE14 5SG


revsheridanjames@gmail.com

Tel: 020 7639 1050



A Word Of Welcome

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Theology Night.pdf One Minute In Lent

Meet the big issues of Christian faith
Wednesday 24 May 7.30 BeBright Centre

Welcome to our church

We are a warm and friendly church with a really diverse congregation in every way imaginable.

We are very local – linked with a myriad of things in this community. But also very global – we represent at least ten different countries and dozens of languages.   

Our worship is traditional with a small ‘t’ but with an informal feel. There’s reverence, thoughtfulness and laughter in near about equal measure.

There's a place for everyone at St. Catherine's, whether you are a committed Christian or right on the edges of faith. St Catherine’s is your local Anglican church whether you have just moved into the neighbourhood or have lived here for years.  

St Catherine’s strives to be welcoming, inclusive and faithful. We hope you feel at home. 

Our regular services at the church are:


Emmaus Road

The disciples, Cleopas and his companion, walk because they have no choice. It’s not a stroll, or a walking holiday. They walk the seven miles to Emmaus because that’s the only way they can get there – and because they are afraid.

Jesus their master, mentor and friend, who utterly turned their world upside down, has been brutally murdered and now his body has disappeared – with rumours of visions and angels and a story that maybe he is alive.

They walk to Emmaus – confused and perplexed.

Read Sheridan’s sermon here

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