St Hilda’s This Week

The church is open to visit and  for * quiet reflection

Fr Stuart Bates holding one of the slipped slates

Fr Stuart Bates holding one of the slipped slates

on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 10.30 -6pm;   Saturdays  11 – 5pm; Sunday 9-12.30 pm;  and  Wednesday 3- 6pm: Once the warm roof  and restoration is acheived,  we hope to have  funds to staff the office have even more open hours.

* We apologise, but as work to replace our roof continues, there is noise and dirt/dust  inside the church and the furniture and fittings are covered in dust sheets between services. It’s “business as usual”, though,  and our community and church activities continue.

Get to know us better:

Warm Roof and Restoration  Capital appeal begins
The scaffolding went up in June  and  we have now launched a capital appeal fGivenet-SUPPORT-button-LARGE-redor the shortfall of  £98,000 – we hope to gain a major grant from a donor and raise £25,000  locally. A warm thank you to those who have supported us in this way.
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Croftfest 24 September 2016– thank you for joining us for some great food and games!!

Brockley Max events at St Hilda’s  much appreciated
Our fun ‘Hairbrush choir’ sang ABBA  –  thank you Mr Tait for  leading the workshop.
Poems, readings and song on the Theme ‘Asylum’ were recieved most beautifully by 20 people – allowing  the  reality  of so many  over the centruies  to be present and to  our hearts with the need of those displaced from Syria and Iraq  – thank you to Cherry, Alex and all contributors.
The ‘Three Cajun Pigs’ delighted  120 children  the usual story of straw sticks and bricks – but with and Aligator testing out the Littel pigs Houses with his tail – it gets a light cooking in the hearth pot before they have mercy and let the villain go.
Ryoko Piano in concert – with Anisa – viola  – a memorable and elegant recital, with  22  present enjoying  a  quality  performance of Rameau, Ravel and Chopin piano solos and a viola sonata composed by Rebecca Clarke.  Thank you Ryoko and Anisa, to St Hilda’s concert team, and to our kind audience for generous donations to expenses.

Crofton Park Branded items

Crofton Park’s logo of feature buildings —St Hilda’s is in the centre— is on shopping bags printed in teal or red (£5 each). For each sale £1 goes to our Warm Roof Fund and the remainder to a community  activities fund.

St Hilda’s is the Church of England Parish Church of Crofton Park
We are a welcoming and diverse congregation,  enjoying all kinds of people.

Fr Bates with slate slipped from the roof

Fr Bates with slate slipped from the roof

We offer a rich experience of worship and teaching  in the Church of England’s Catholic (High Church) Tradition, and  enjoy playing our part in our area. Our building is feature Grade 2 Arts and Crafts Structure now 108 years old.

To call people to the fullness of Christ’
by committing ourselves:
to Worship with awe and love
to Serve with generosity and humility
to Grow by making new disciples

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