Sunday, March 28, 2010
Palm Sunday 2010
Friday, March 26, 2010
Sunday, March 21, 2010
Passion Sunday this year coincided with the first day of spring and the Iranian New Year. We had a Haft Sîn table of seven foods beginning with the letter 's' and a bowl of goldfish to symbolize new life.
So everyone was happy!
|They also brought cakes - baklava- for all to share|
|which were much appreciated went well with our usual excellent coffee|
So everyone was happy!
|Photos by the Vicar and (the better ones) by Christina Sadler|
Notes: Church, Haft Sin, Lent, Passion Sunday, worship
Friday, March 19, 2010
Anne Widdecombe at the HBS Literary Society
The Rt Hon Anne Widdecombe MP in conversation with the Vicar at the Henrietta Barnett School Literary Society on Thursday 18 March.
"Over 200 people attended the 9th Henrietta Barnett School Literary Society on Thursday for “An Evening with Ann Widdecombe”.
Jo Velleman, Development Director at The Henrietta Barnett School, who organises the HBS Literary Society events said: “These events have become very prestigious, well attended and well received.
Past speakers have included Will Self, Nick Hornby, Tracey Chevalier, Deborah Moggach, Martin Bell and David Aaronovitch".
The next two events in the HBS Literary Society series are with Julian Fellowes on April 29 and Jeffrey Archer on November 11.
Notes: Easter, events, music, Palm Sunday, Stabat Mater
Sunday, March 14, 2010
Unfortunately none of our 'official' Mothering Sunday photographs 'came out' except for this one of Graham Kings, the Bishop of Sherborne (on the right in mufti), who joined us while enjoying a 'Ramsey Sunday' (a one in every six episcopal Sundays off). Also pictured are the Vicar and Reader Bob Chandler.
Please let us know if anyone has any other pictures of the Mothering Sunday celebrations.
Thursday, March 04, 2010
How to find us
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The H2 bus runs from Golders Green station (actually from the former trolleybus turning circle in Finchley Road) every 12 minutes in the daytime until 2015 then evey 15 minutes on the quarter hour. Alight at Heathgate or the top of Northway (several minutes later). Beware of the H3 which will take you off in the wrong direction. Because these routes are circular services they always, rather unhelpfully, now show 'Golders Green' as the destination, but have 'via Garden Suburb' on the side . H1 buses to 'Henrietta Barnett School' will also bring you to Heathgate. The services all run on the 'hail and ride' system so if you set off walking you will not find any stops - just wave at the driver.
Notes: Church, Golders Green, H2 bus, Henrietta Barnett School, Suburb
Wednesday, March 03, 2010
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