Sun25Jan20156:30 pmSouthend Evangelical Church
Come and join us in an evening of praise and worship, lead by Rob and Nicky Snow.
We are God's people, created to worship Him because of the sacrifice of His son Jesus Christ, who died that we might have eternal life. Worship is key to having that closer walk with God, so if you want to come and raise your voice with us in praise of all the Lord has done, continues to do and will do in the days and years to come, then feel free to join us, we would love to see you there.There will of course be refreshments afterwards.
Parking is available at the church, which is rather limited, or on Short Street car park, which is free after 6pm.
Thu09Apr20157:30 pmSouthend Evangelical Church
Ever wondered what the Passover feast looks like?
Come and join us at Southend Evangelical Church on
Thursday 9th APRIL at 7.30 when
Christian Witness for Israel’s Mike Moore will be demonstrating a Passover feast for us.
A collection will be taken for CWI.
For further details please contact Southend Evangelical Church on (01702)600992
OR got to southendevangelical.co.uk or visit our facebook page.
Sun10May201511:00 amSouthend Evangelical Church
We will be hosting London City Mission again next month, and Patrick Kangi will be joining us to tell us about his experiences as a missionary in Peckham.
Come and join us and hear how LCM is changing lives and communities in our capital city.
Thu01Oct201512:30 amSouthend Evangelical Church
Our over 50's lunch club meets on the first Thursday of every month at 12.30. We have a soup and sandwich lunch, with tea and coffee all for £1.50 per person.
Please come and join us. The dates for the rest of the year are
Sun11Oct201511:00 amSouthend Evangelical Church
SGA is a global, non denominational, conservative evangelical Missionary Agency, founded in 1934 by Peter Deyneka, a Russian emigrant to the USA, who had a deep concern for the spiritual well-being of his compatriots wherever they were to be found.
1950 marked the formation of the first British Council, with work centred on the Slavic peoples of Eastern Europe who had become refugees in the displaced persons camps of Austria and other Western European countries.
At that time, SGA (UK) was mainly a relief organisation and mission vehicles were packed with food, clothing and other necessities, Bibles and Christian literature, and driven overland to camps in various locations.
From these camps, SGA developed its ministry in the former Communist controlled Eastern Bloc and engaged initially in a ministry of encouraging and assisting Slavic believers and the provision of Bibles. SGA workers faced many difficulties and dangers in making their way through the Iron Curtain. However, these were nothing compared to the suffering experienced by believers in those countries who remained true to Christ.