Dear reader
Interesting picture - what does it mean? If you want to find out, then you'll need to come to church on Sunday morning, or see our video service, available on YouTube (links below or on the website).
We were glad to see that lots of you liked the link to the hymn, so here you can see one of the songs for this week's service: "Beauty for Brokenness" by Graham Kendrick.
In this newsletter:
  • Services
  • Dean of Women's Ministry
  • Children's activity sheet
  • Volunteers for coffee and gardening
  • Prayer focus
  • Solidarité Anglicane de Lille AGM
  • Revision of the Electoral Roll
  • Video and audio services
  • How you can support us


There is a service of Holy Communion every week on Sunday at 10:30 am
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The announcement came too late for last week's newsletter, but many of you will now be aware that our chaplain Reverend Canon Debbie Flach has been appointed to a senior position in the Diocese in Europe, as Dean of Women's Ministry. This doesn't mean she's leaving us, it's not a full-time post. But she will be spending some time working to support women in ministry. Congratulations!
Read more here
Here's the link to this week's children's activity sheet: In search of Happiness

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Watch out for more news on this next week, but get in touch with Maggie if you're interested!
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Monthly prayer focus

We are focusing prayers in February on our Sunday Club. Here are the details of how you can join in with us:

Solidarité Anglicane de Lille (our outreach organisation)

The AGM will take place on Monday 14 March 2022 at 20:00 CET via Zoom
More details

CCL revision of the Electoral Roll

The roll is being checked in advance of the AGM
All the details on this page
Our video services are popular, and there will be a link to this Sunday's service on the website.
A reminder that you can find all our videos on our YouTube channel
For the Podcasts, here's the link:
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Please leave a comment on YouTube, we'd love to hear from you!
We are entirely self-funded and we have cut back our expenses as much as possible; but we still need a regular income.
We're grateful to everyone who continues to support the church and its work, which goes beyond weekly services. Thank you!
If you're not already a regular giver, please consider whether you can give a little each month. Small amounts are just as welcome as large ones, really!
It's easy to give, here's a link to our "Giving" page
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