PRAYERS FOR THE UKRAINE
The church will be open twice each week to offer prayer for the people of Ukraine and Russia. See above for details of days and times.
It will be open for 30 minutes – you are welcome to come and go as you wish during this time.
Some memories of the late Archbishop Desmond Tutu, who served at
St Augustine’s during the 1970’s. Click here
Archbishop Desmond Tutu presiding at the Eucharist for the
Dedication of the New Wall and Windows in the East End with Father Gavin and Father Jez Todd
Father Desmond served as honorary curate of St Augustine’s between 1972 and 1975. He maintained contact with us for the remainder of his life.
Child and Adult Safeguarding
St Augustine’s Church takes the safeguarding and care of children and vulnerable adults very seriously. Further information about how we promote a safer church can be found at our Safeguarding page here
Rose - from floral display by Sandie Stocks and her team.
Photo by Rob Clayton
For more pictures of our church flowers please click here.
MOTTINGHAM FOOD BANK
St Ed’s Church Hall, St Keverne Road, SE9 4AQ
Food is still needed urgently at this difficult time
Please help if you can
Please continue to bring suitable food items and leave them at the back of the church at any time. These offerings are collected from St Augustine’s each Sunday and are delivered directly to the food bank.
There is a particular demand at present for tins of baked beans. Any you can spare will be greatly appreciated.
To volunteer to assist with deliveries, please contact David Cartwright by phone – 07785 111763 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Week commencing Sunday 29 May
the feast of St Augustine of canterbury
Our patron saint
A warm welcome to all from Father Gavin and everyone at St Augustine’s
This week in Church
Sunday - Family Eucharist at 10 am
Tuesday - Ukraine Prayers at 12 noon
Wednesday - Eucharist at 10 am
Saturday - Ukraine Prayers at 12 noon
Sunday 5 June is the Feast of Pentecost. We will celebrate the Eucharist at 10 am
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Read Father Gavin’s monthly Pastoral Letter here
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