Residents meeting and Q&A – Wednesday 6th June from 5:30pm to 7:30pm
Northvale Construction has recently written to local residents regarding the Church Walk House Development. They write:
‘We are pleased to advise you tat we are the appointed Building Contractor to carry out the construction work for the above address. The project involves the construction of a two and three storey building made up of 31 new apartments over an underground carpark and four attached town houses including external landscaping. The building work is scheduled to start from the 4th June 2018 and completion is scheduled for December 2019.’
Northvale goes on to apologise for any inconvenience that may be caused and to outline the schedule for construction. Finally they call the meeting for residents on the 6th June between 5:30pm and 7:30pm at All Saints’ Church, which they will be hosting along with the developer Goldenstone Development.
‘This is an opportunity for residents to ask us questions about the works and for us to explain more detail about the project. Please feel free to pop in on the 6th and we look forward to seeing as many of you as possible.’
29 April 2018 – 11:15am
The Annual Meeting of Parishioners (formerly known as the Vestry meeting) and Annual Parochial Church Meeting will take place after the 10 am Parish Eucharist on the 29th April this year. These are the meetings at which the Church reports are received, including a report on the fabric, the finances and the church activities. It is also at this meeting that the Churchwarden, Parochial Church Committee (PCC) members and representatives to the Deanery Synod are elected and the sides-people appointed. The Annual Report is available in the church or a pdf copy can be downloaded below:
Tuesday 10th April 2018
7.45pm – 9.30pm
Childs Hill Baptist Church
Mortimer Close, London NW2 2JY
It’s that time of year again when local politicians are vying for power in our local area.
Local elections offer residents the opportunity to express their feelings about local priorities and how they are tackled.
We would like you to tell the current councillors and aspiring councillors what you think is most important for you, your family, and your community in Childs Hill. Make sure you have your say!!
Councillors & Candidates attending are from Conservatives, Labour, Liberal Democrats, Green Party and Socialist Party.
This event is hosted by the Granville Estate Resident’s Association (GERA) and further information can be found on the event website.
On Wednesday 14th March 2018 All Saints Church of England School, Cricklewood Lane, NW2 had a special assembly with leaders of the three Abrahamic faiths. The new Priest in Charge at All Saints Church, The Reverend Robin Sims-Williams was joined by Rabbi Dov Kaplan of the Hampstead Garden Suburb Synagogue, Ahmad Alkazemi from the Markaz El Tathgheef El Eslami (the Islamic Centre in the Hippodrome at Golders Green), and Steve Derby, director of Interfaith Matters.
The group first attended a whole school assembly in which three of the students, from years 1, 2 and 3 asked the faith leaders questions about their respective faith’s teachings, the purpose of prayer and their distinctive clothing. Steve Derby closed off the assembly saying, “If you take one thing away from today, let it be that you had Rabbi Dov, who is Jewish, Ahmad, who is Muslim, and Fr Robin, who is Christian, sitting together as friends, speaking to you.”
After the assembly the group visited years 4, 5 and 6 so that they could have an opportunity for greater discussion. The children and faith leaders discussed what motivated them to take up their current roles, what they had to do to take on their roles and whether science was a challenge to their faith.
“The students at All Saints’ asked such candid questions, I found myself learning so much from the discussions, and it was wonderful to see the school community engaged in dialogue with our visitors. It was a privilege to speak with and learn from Rabbi Dov and Ahmad in this setting; it is so important for the children to see devout people of different faiths working and laughing together and for us all to develop the skill of having good honest dialogue with people from different faith traditions.” – The Reverend Robin Sims-Williams, Priest in Charge, All Saints’ Church, Child’s Hill.
All Saints School serves a diverse community, and their admissions policy reserves half of the places for children from families from all faiths and none.
On Thursday 15th March 2018, a Rabbi, an Imam and a Vicar visited 45 children at Alyth Kindergarten (aged between 2-4 years old): Imam Yusuf Rawat (Hendon Mosque and Islamic Centre), Rabbi Dov Kaplan (Hampstead Garden Suburb Synagogue) and Revd. Robin Sims-Williams (All Saints Childs Hill). Steve Derby the Director of Interfaith Matters co-ordinated and attended the visit.
“Children are never too young to learn about mutual respect and tolerance for those with different faiths. The children are learning to respect and celebrate each other’s differences and develop an understanding of diversity through people in the wider world”. Tor Alter, Head Teacher
The Circle Time explored what it means to be different and how we can look after each other regardless of different faiths. The children heard about each of the Faith Leaders traditions and customs and were shown items relating to their religion e.g. a Muslim prayer mat and Qur’an from Imam Yusuf.
“The interfaith talk was a great way to introduce the children to other religions and traditions, making them feel comfortable and familiar with people from different backgrounds and creating a sense of ‘togetherness, peace, harmony and respect.” Vivi Ben-David, Teacher.
Starting from the 15th January 2018 we will be hosting a Stay-and-Play for children under 5 years old and their carers. There will be toys and a play area for the children and coffee and tea for the carers.
All are welcome, so come along, Mondays from 10 to 11:30
8am Said Eucharist
10am Parish Eucharist
Every Sunday at 10am in Church Hall (not during school holidays). The children’s activities take place in the Church hall and then they join the Church Service for a blessing. Under 3-years-olds must be accompanied.