Wednesday 25 May 2022
By the Bishop of Willesden in St Barnabas’s, Woodside Park, on 19 July: Priest: David Brown.
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St Barnabas is a large, evangelical charismatic, family of churches in North London, which reflects the diverse, vibrant, multicultural area in which God has placed us.
St. Ninian’s is a 19th century Grade B listed building, which is celebrating its 150th anniversary this year, and our worship is within the liberal catholic Anglican tradition.
An attractively modernised three-bedroomed cottage stands in the midst of the rolling Somerset countryside – homeland of a vibrant band of Christians who embrace the title of the Six Pilgrims, steadfastly travelling each Sunday to whichever of the six churches they share that are holding witness.
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