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We are the Church of England parish for Harringay.
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St Paul’s Cathedral Chrism Mass
The Acting Bishop of London, the Rt Revd Pete Broadbent, Bishop of Willesden, has shared a message of empowerment, purpose and action with Diocese of London clergy as they gathered at St Paul’s Cathedral on Maundy Thursday for the Chrism Mass and renewal of their ordination vows.
The Bishop noted that:
“During this year of discernment and waiting for the next Bishop of London, we shall not be hanging around. The London College of Bishops is full of energy and desire to carry on the work.”
He concluded that
“As we reconnect ourselves to the apostolic task of the ordained ministry and the ministry of all the baptised we can ask the Holy Spirit to free, enable and equip us for that task together.”
The Chrism Mass service is an opportunity each year for laity–both licensed and commissioned, deacons, priests and bishops to reaffirm their calling and place together in the Church of God.
St Paul’s Joins with People of Different Faiths to Stand Against Violence and Bigotry
St Paul’s joins with Christians, Muslims, Jews, and people from other faiths to stand against violence and bigotry. On 3rd February 2017, Fr Eric gathered with the Bishop and local parish clergy at the nearby mosque to show support for respect for people of all faiths.
St Paul’s, Harringay Celebrates Candlemas at the Bishop of London’s Farewell
The clergy and staff of St Paul’s, Harringay give thanks to Bishop Richard Chartres for his 20+ years of ministry as Bishop of London. We send our prayers and wish him well on his retirement!
St Paul’s believes that safeguarding is the responsibility of everyone and is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all those who are vulnerable (children, young people, and vulnerable adults). We expect all our staff, volunteers, and those who use our premises to share this commitment and value the support of those who worship here in achieving this. Our safeguarding policy is available for download: Diocese of London Safeguarding Policy.
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