Open Air Preaching - Wimbledon

April 2022

In recent weeks the Rev Peter Ratcliff has led the London congregation in a new season of weekly preaching sessions in Wimbledon town centre.

It was clear that some people listened to the fervent preaching. Much literature has been given out and conversations were had as a variety of people approached us.

Please pray

The climate is better than it has been for a long time and we covet your prayers that these sessions of outreach may continue and bear fruit. Sessions are weather permitting in the Lord's will and mainly on Fridays as people come home from work.

(The photograph is a friend from another church preaching a few years ago just near our spot in Wimbledon.)

In recent weeks the Rev Peter Ratcliff has led the London congregation in a new season of weekly preaching sessions in Wimbledon town centre.

by Rt Rev Edward J Malcolm

Rev. Craig Dennison of the Trinitarian Bile Society is expected to speak on this important work on Thursday 10th March 2022 at 7.30pm at St Silas, Church of England Continuing, Long Street, Wolverhampton.

Pathetic Bishops!
February 2022

It has been reported in the Church Times that the previous Bishop of Chester, Peter Forster, has perverted to the Church of Rome. Typically, Forster was against certain liberal morality moves of the Church of England but in favour of others. Some Evangelical pressure groups carelessly accepted Forster among them as they did Michael Nazir-Ali, another bishop who recently perverted to Rome.

Latest news from our Reading congregation - https://www.stmaryscastlestreet.org.uk/aboutus.htm.

CofEC is pleased to announce the launch of a new website for 2022. The main content that doesn't change very much remains where it is, at cofec.org. However, we have added this section where we hope to update you with news as often as we're able.

The Annual Conference and Assembly of the Church of England Continuing is scheduled for 2nd July 2022, God willing.

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by Bishop Edward J Malcolm

by Rev Peter Ratcliff