Christ Church West Wimbledon is a Church of England congregation, a Christian church, in South-West London, in the Diocese of Southwark.
We are a blend of the traditional and the contemporary, we are an open, inclusive church serving the people of West Wimbledon. In our worship and in our social life we seek to express and share the love of God which is for everyone. We welcome all, regardless of age, ethnicity, sexuality or church background. Exploring together, we journey towards that fullness of life offered to us through Jesus Christ’s self-sacrificing love. A mixture of those who are strong in their faith with others who are filled with questions and doubt, we encourage a willingness to explore our faith and be ready to be surprised by God. Knowing we are loved, we are ready to share our faith with others helping to build peace and justice in the world.
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Jesus Christ said– “I came that they may have life, and have it abundantly.” The Gospel of John, 10:10b
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Sunday Notice Sheet
The Sunday Notice Sheet – often called the Pew Sheet – is given out each Sunday at all services. It contains the collect & readings for the given Sunday, prayers (for the sick, those who have died and the anniversary of the death of those from our community, those to marry), also listed are activities and events for the forthcoming two weeks and notices for the weeks ahead. The following links are to PDF files.
Services for 14 January 2018 The Second Sunday of Epiphany
8.00am Holy Communion (BCP)
10am Parish Eucharist (CW)
11.40 Carter House Service
6.30pm Evensong (BCP)
BCP = Book of Common Prayer (1662) CW = Common Worship
Collect for– Epiphany 2
“Eternal Lord, our beginning and our end: bring us with the whole creation to your glory, hidden through past ages and made known in Jesus Christ our Lord.”
Post Communion Prayer– Epiphany 2
“God of glory, you nourish us with your Word who is the bread of life: fill us with your Holy Spirit that through us the light of your glory may shine in all the world. We ask this in the name of Jesus Christ our Lord.”
Green Prayer– Epiphany 2
“Let there be peace on earth, and let it begin with us.
Let there be love on earth, and let it begin in our hearts.
Let there be miracles on earth, and let them begin with our faith.
Let there be a future for humankind, and may it begin with our actions now”