Friday, November 02, 2018

Diary w/e 3 Nov 2018

Sun 28 Oct

Laurens completed his adult Sunday School series on worldview. Paul Preached Mat 10, Christ bringing a sword, and reminded us this was our last Sunday away from our church premises. Debbie found from her records that it is nine and a half years since we had morning service at Drayton Green.  Seabers to lunch. Janet is, with us, the only Ealing IPC members who were here when the church started in September 1969 with Schaeffer preaching. Evening I took David J to Harmansworth again for his talk on witness to Muslims. We has around 25 there. New men from Ghana, Nigeria, Zimbabwe and for my first time, a Palestinian Christian.

Mon 29th

Looking after Elissa who has a day of school for teacher training and Ethan is at hospital OPD with his problem foot.

Tues 30th

Paul Levy ELT on Ps 63. Then pastoral visit. Cooked sweet and sour. Fed up with Amazon limiting the number of book reviews I can post.

Wed 30th

Went to see the inside of our new church building and posted lots of photos on its new facebook page.  Cut the grass. Last housegroup on 1Sam. My Met Police notice on the front door saying no trick or treat seemed to work.

Th 1 Nov

Podiatry at Greenford Green spotted crack below left big toe which she dressed and booked me in in a week. Geoffrey and Sara came from Harrogate and we ate at Cafe Rouge, Ruislip.

Fri 2 Nov

With Katy, brother and his wife to the V&A. Good takeaway from Royal Rasoi.

Sat 3 Nov

To the new IPC building on Drayton Green. All hands to the plough to be ready for the first service there tomorrow. After lunch to Gunnersbury Park with Katy, my brother and sister in law. Very impressed by the improvements to the museum which have been funded from the Lottery. Then to St Thomas Church hall, Boston Manor, Hanwell to see The Darkest Hour. A film to make one thank God for his providence in 1940.

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