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Our recent Charities Fayre brought many people through our doors. Some of the charities that meet on our premises had stalls and raised money for their organisations. The church organised refreshments including hot dogs, cake and bric a brac stalls in aid of ‘Commitment for Life’, Christian Aid projects supported by the URC.
We are so happy to announce that Alison Davis will be joining us and our sister church, Bexley URC as our new minister. The induction service will be on May 17th. Everyone is looking forward to welcoming Alison to our fellowship. In the meantime we pray for her and the fellowships she will be leaving in Norwich.
Are you over 50 and want to exercise every week?
We run classes on Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays. The aim is to strengthen muscles, improve movement, balance and coordination. Many of the exercises are to music.
We use physiotherapy bands and weights (bring a couple of tins until you buy some!).
On Mondays there are two classes ‘Dancercise’ and ‘Beginners Dancercise’ where the exercise is all dance based. To see more follow this link:
Monday: Dancercise 10am-11am
Monday: Beginners Dancercise 11am-12pm
Friday: Exercise class 10am-11am
The charge per lesson is £3.
Come and exercise in a very friendly atmosphere you will be very welcome! For more information about our Monday Dancercise classes and the Wednesday exercise class contact Yvonne on 0208 331 5737.
For information about the Friday class contact Fay on 01322 419012.
It’s Easter, but not as you know it
The Windermere Centre has been privileged to be part of a special online Easter service organised by The Big Bible Project. The service is being broadcast on Easter Sunday from 2pm, and includes a sermon by Rowan Williams – and a meditation on John 20:1-18 by our very own Lawrence Moore, as well as songs, readings and prayers from many other contributors. It’s pretty exciting to see how church adapts to the digital age (we’re so interested in that idea, we’ve a whole strand of courses in our Programme about it!), and the Online Praise Easter 2013 service has been a great chance for us to be part of something new and stimulating.
You can access the service from anywhere in the world as long as you have an internet connection – just head over to the website: http://onlinepraise.wordpress.com – and you can follow the #easter13 hashtag on Twitter, too, to find out more. Hope you enjoy the service – The Windermere Centre would love to hear your thoughts!
We like to show God’s love in the community and have several regular groups to which everyone is invited as well as our partner groups. There are also other social and charity fund raising events which will be found on in ‘The what’s on’ section of this website. We’d love to see you!
If you would like to know more about these groups please email