'Looking for Love':
new book published
Debbie Smith has a fascinating life story:
On the streets of Soho I often see people with problems - some obvious, some not so obvious. People with lives damaged by drink and drugs, people who have been used and abused, people who are afraid or ashamed, people who feel their lives have been wasted. I know a bit about all of this from personal experience and my heart goes out to them: ‘There but for the grace of God go I’.
Now that story has been told ...
Important information for families connected with children’s groups at Covent Garden Evangelical Church*, 2005-08
(*Covent Garden Evangelical Church later became part of Hope Community Church.)
What sort of Church?
We are a very small local church which would like to be bigger! That means there is a warm welcome for anyone who wants to come along, whether you are a committed Christian or are simply curious to find out more.
Our faith and worship is firmly rooted in the Bible, and is centred on the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. We believe that this is history, not just a myth, and that Jesus has a vitally important message for people today and tomorrow, not just one that belongs to the past. So we want to share that message with you, and hear what you think.
We also want to be good neighbours, and so we get involved in different aspects of community life in the West End.
Our current members live in Covent Garden, Soho or Mayfair. The leaders of the church are Andrew Murray, our pastor, and Keith Holmes, our evangelist and pastoral worker.
He has told you, O man, what is good; and what does the Lord require of you but to do justice, and to love kindness, and to walk humbly with your God?
Micah 6:8 (ESVUK)
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