Hi Everyone,

We had so much fun last summer, we’re running our Summer of Fun again this year throughout the whole of July, and we’d love you to join us.

London comes alive in the sunshine, and we want our church to be able to enjoy it to the max together: not just staying within the four walls of the church, but heading out into local parks, coffee shops and streets; to hang out together and build friendships.

These activities will be suitable for young, old, newbie or seasoned churchgoer – they’ll be family-friendly, buggy-friendly and of course, lots of fun!

Each week in the build-up to the activities we’ll post more detailed information, videos and teasers here, but for now, keep these dates free!

Sunday, 1st July – British Museum / Taskmaster in the Park

Sunday, 8th July – Street Party on Castle Lane, not to mention the ATOM team on the Friday and Saturday before

Sunday, 15th July – LG social action and fun in regions

Sunday, 22nd July – Coffee Shop kindness

Sunday, 29th July – Church Picnic in St James’s Park + cheering on the Prudential Bike riders

Stay tuned for more info and do use this as an opportunity to invite friends along who normally wouldn’t come to church.

See you then!

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UPDATE: 21.06.2018

The first Summer of Fun activity has been revealed!

We start with a bang and give you, not one but TWO activities on 1st July:

1. Treasures from the Old Testament in the British Museum

Following lots of interest last year, we are thrilled and privileged that David will be leading us in another guided tour of the British Museum on Sunday, 1st July as part of our Summer of Fun!

A fun, engaging, informative but not too intellectual approach, that builds friendships and allows for evangelistic opportunities, as we discover together that the Bible really is history.

This is a different tour to last year’s: this time the tour will explore Treasures from the Old Testament. Each tour will last an hour and a half. There will be two tours: one group will go straight after Chapel, arriving by 1.15pm at the museum, and the second group will need to arrive by 3.15pm, meaning you can hang around at Chapel for a more leisurely lunch before heading over there.

Instructions will be given nearer the time on where to meet and how to get to the museum using public transport.

If you’d like to come (friends welcome too) please indicate using this link which tour you want to be a part of: the early one or the later one. This is really important so we have an idea of numbers!

Activity 2. Taskmaster in the Park

The rest of us will gather straight after lunch and head over to St James’s Park, where we’ll be given fun and silly team tasks to do, in the style of the hilarious TV show Taskmaster.

We have a team of creative people coming up with a list of challenges that will test our creativity and strengthen our friendships.

This activity will be child/ buggy friendly and should finish by 3.30pm.