National Service in London

Sunday 28th November at 11am

Gladesmore Community School, Crowland Road, Tottenham, London, N15 6EB

Update 24/11: We plan to take a group photo at this service, so please dress up in your Sunday best! Also, there will be an opportunity to inherit the Great Works Holy Candle if you have not yet done so.

Join us for a Covid-secure worship service filled with music, faith and fellowship. The sermon will be given by our national pastor, Michael Balcomb, with the theme: “The Unexpected Kingdom”.

There will three Sunday school groups: one for children 4-6, which may also be used as a creche for parents to use with babies and children aged 0-3, a second one for children aged 7-11 and a third for HARP children aged 12-15.  Those aged 16 and over should attend the main service.  Children can be registered in the appropriate rooms from 10.45 and should be collected by 1.00pm at the latest.

A donation of £5 per adult is requested upon registration to contribute towards the cost of the venue hire, etc.

Refreshments will be available afterwards!

How to Get to Gladesmore Community School

We ask that all members gain access to the school and main hall through the service road (which is on Ferndale Road). We’ll be using the large school playground as our car park, this should also be accessed via the service road.

Public Transport:

South Tottenham Station (Overground)

It’s roughly a 7-12 minute walk from the station to the service road at Gladesmore Community School.

Seven Sisters Station (Underground, Overground & Rail)

It’s roughly a 10-15 minute walk from the station to the service road at Gladesmore Community School. Please be aware that there are several exits from this station.

“Be on guard! Be alert! You do not know when that time will come.” – Mark 13:33

“We live our lives without realizing that the world can change in a single second.” – True Father’s words from Owner of Peace, Owner of Lineage (July 7, 2009)

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