News of Recent Events at Christ Church


This weeks Notice Sheet

 November 19th 2 b Advent

House Gospel Choir at Christ Church

The ‘House Gospel Choir’ has started a new Community Choir in the Brixton area; meeting at Christ Church on Tuesday evenings between now and Christmas. Currently there is a waiting list of those waiting to join the choir but more spaces may become available in the future – if you would like to know more, or to express an interest in joining, please email:



Saying thank you to Marcel Berg

For several years now we have welcomed and benefited from the work of ‘Time for God’ volunteers at Christ Church. At the end of August our most recent volunteer, Marcel Berg,  came to the end of a year volunteering with us full time. He has worked in the Charity Shop and ‘Food Cupboard’, at the school, with the Sunday children’s groups and in the Parish office.

Marcel with two of our mpre experienced volunteers from the Charity Shop and Food Cupboard After the service on September 4th we said both ‘thank you’ and a belated Happy Birthday to him.





Planning for the Future

During the June All Age service, as we discussed the significance of the bible readings in small groups we also thought about some of the implications for us as a church. The suggestions that were made were discussed at a PCC meeting a few weeks later and the PCC have now fed back the results to the congregation.   At their future meetings the PCC will review the parish Mission Action Plan in the light of further responses from the congregation.


Tea and Cake for the Great Get Together

On Saturday June 17th we offered free tea and lots of cake to neighbours and passers by.

tea and a lot of cake

A great atmosphere, but next year if the weather is as good we will try free ice creams.





Congregational Groups Go Live

Congregational groups go live

Members of the congregation are invited to join a ‘congregational group’; but this is not compulsory!

This initiative has been developed over the past year.  Recently groups began to take on responsibility for some of the routine tasks involved in the main Sunday service, such as welcoming people and providing refreshments afterwards.  This helps to ensure that the same people are always not left doing the same work.  Just as importantly it provide opportunities for  people to get to know one another better.  So far this has been working well and has also proved to be good fun.  Groups are also encouraged to do their ‘own thing’; maybe to meet to pray or go out for lunch.

If you would like to join a group please speak to one of the church wardens.