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Is A New-Monasticism Needed?

Howard Satterthwaite

A call to a new-monasticism particularly for millennials [the largest generation demographic in London - who influence every generation]: In this age of distraction, many feel exhausted by the smorgasbord of options and competing voices demanding our attention - ("You could have...

Planting in Walthamstow

Howard Satterthwaite

Big Picture Background It should be impossible to read the book of Acts without seeing how natural planting churches was for Jesus’s first century followers. Meaning: the mission of Jesus cannot not be separated from starting churches. Christianity grew through starting new...

Thank You!

Howard Satterthwaite

Wow, church, thank you so much. The count is in. On Sunday you gave/pledged £147,428.06! That means, collectively, from a church of 240 members, we've given more than half a million pounds in 15 months! I thank God for your generosity. I pray...

Getting to Grips With God’s Concern for Cities

Howard Satterthwaite

We're beginning a series of blogs on getting serious about loving the city, and particularly, since it's our context; London. Right now, the inner city of London especially I believe needs more Christians to commit to stay to see London and the...

Commission: We Can Do More Together

Howard Satterthwaite

During the summer, we're privileged to be welcoming guest preachers from our Commission family to speak at our 11am Sunday morning services. We love being on an adventure with this group of churches, and I'm excited that Chapel will be hearing...

Two New Elders - A Key Step Forward

Howard Satterthwaite

On Sunday, 28th January 2018, I am thrilled that we will be setting in two new Elders to serve on our team at Westminster Chapel. They are Josh Harvey and Dan Skead, pictured above (L-R) with their wives Jade and...

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