Posts by Stgermsoffice

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Building for the Future – Donate Online

by Stgermsoffice

You can now give to the Building Project Fund online. To make a donation, please visit (where you can also see how much has been raised so far). Alternatively you can text “BFTF98” followed by the amount you wish to give to 70070.

We Need Your Feedback!

by Stgermsoffice

As part of our initial consultation process for the building project, we’re gathering ideas and feedback on the church hall. Thank you to everyone who has already completed the survey; we’ve had a good number of responses but are still collecting more! If you haven’t had chance to complete the survey yet, we would really […]

ACT Group Update

by Stgermsoffice

Action in the Community on Trafficking What a year! Key highlights “The it’s not fair” Drama, in February. Thrilled by the turn out and how smoothly everything went.  Managed to cover costs too. £295 raised for Hope for Justice in Feb 2016, through Fiza’s Curries for charity. Cakes – There were at least 3 occasions […]

Building for the Future – Update

by Stgermsoffice

Letter from Rev. Hugh Scriven: Dear Friends, I’m writing to give you news on the building project, to ask for your prayers, and to tell you about the start of the Building Project Fund on 17th April. So far… There were a number of words and pictures which we felt God was giving us during […]

Building for the Future – Welcome

by Stgermsoffice

Exciting things are happening at St Germain’s Church… and we don’t want to keep it a secret! So we’re putting together a blog series about the new building project to keep you updated with the latest developments. Welcome to the first post! If you’ve looked around our website or been to the church, you won’t have […]

Emma: Volunteering in Teshie, Ghana

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This summer a group of girls and I volunteered to help a charity in Teshie, Ghana called “Future Leaders Underprivileged Children’s Centre.” This charity seeks to give Ghanaian children who have experienced a lot of poverty the chance of fulfilling their dreams as well as receiving an education. I really felt that God was calling […]