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The Regular Week
at
Holy Saviour Church, Croydon

Tuesday 8am-8.30am        Morning Prayer
Tuesday 7.30pm-8.30pmNight Prayer with Meditation
Wednesday 10am-11amHoly Communion and Prayers
Thursday 6pm-6.45Evening Prayer
Friday 6pm-7pmChoir Practice
Saturday 10am-11.30am
Church Open to book your Christenings and Weddings
Sunday 10am-11.30amSung Holy Communion
with Sunday School for kids
and every third Sunday Young People’s Independent Group

For Hall Hire call 07746 915795 or 0203 784 3017

Everyone is very welcome…
God Bless you and those whom you love. 

Church News


  • Eco-presentation by Sunday School & Young People’s Independent Group

    Sunday School & Young People gave an Eco-presentation on the occasion of the farewell service to Archdeacon of Croydon, Chris Skilton, on 19 January.

    After the presentation Archdeacon Chris reminded us that God gave us an unpolluted Creation, the Garden of Eden.  We need to look after the Creation God gave us.
    And Kathryn Prentice, Sunday School Leader writes:

    On Sunday 19th January, the Sunday School led a sermon on saving God’s Creation, the Earth. This Lent we are asking everyone to work together to care for God’s creation and make a commitment to tackle climate change

    Some examples of the things you can do this Lent are:

    1. Give up using single-use plastics e.g. plastic beverage bottles, plastic bottle caps, food wrappers, plastic grocery bags, plastic lids, straws and stirrers, and foam take-away containers.
    2. Use alternative forms of transport  
    3. Commit to buying no new clothes from unsustainable sources…Sustainable materials areLinen made from flax; Hemp, another crop; Bamboo; Lyocel; Alpaca; Organic Wool; Silk.
    4. Try going meat free or reduce the amount of meat you eat:  Try Lentil Soup, Crispy Baked Falafel, Vegetarian Tacos,  Peanut Slaw with Noodles, Vegetable Paella, Vegetable Lasagna.
    5. Use less electricity.  
    6. Reduce your waste and recycle more.   
    7. Join the Extinction Rebellion Campaign.

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  • Thank you to Diane and ‘My Time, Croydon’

    Holy Saviour Church wants to thank Diane Johnson and her group from ‘My Time, Croydon’ who so generously donated over 30 Christmas gift bags for our church to distribute in our local community. The gift bags contained practical things for getting through the winter such as woolly hats, scarves, gloves, toiletries and a bar of chocolate or two!   They were given to members of our congregation for distribution to people they know might appreciate them within our local community. 

    ‘My Time, Croydon’ is based in Thornton Heath and offers a therapeutic approach to adults with learning disabilities and additional physical needs.  The group is part of the Surrey & Borders NHS Partnership and Foundation Trust. We are so pleased that the group visited our church twice this year. A huge thank you!

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  • Monthly Seniors’ ‘Mix & Mingle’

    The first, for the 2020 New Year, of our monthly community social for older people of all cultures and faiths took place on Saturday 11 January, with delicious refreshments, a game of ‘Beetle’ and a talk on saving money on utility bills. With thanks to its organisers from Holy Saviour and KCWA as well as our newly awarded Croydon Episcopal Area Mission Grant.

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  • Holy Savs – Christmas in the Community

    Holy Savs rocking the Christmas Carols on Bensham Lane yesterday, Friday 20 December 2019, evening, putting positivity back into our streets. Thank you to our community who were so responsive! 
    Join us for Christmas: 

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  • Black History Month 2019 – Part 2

    Continuing the commemoration of Black History Month, on Sunday 20 October, three generations of the Babin/Akaje-Macauley family gave their own personal testimonies of their Sierra Leonean roots and coming to, being born and living, in the UK from the 1950s to the present.

    Three generations of the Babin/Akaje-Macauley family. Grandmother (middle), mother (right), granddaughter (left).

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