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Holy Week and Easter
I saw a cartoon this week of the resurrected Jesus leaving the tomb and the Roman guard telling Him to get back inside, ‘we are in lock down!’
Very funny but untrue, we are still going to celebrate Holy Week and Easter, it might be different, but we are going to mark our oldest and most important festival of the year.
There is no way to stop the risen Jesus leaving the tomb!
One of the important things to do during this difficult period is to find a rhythm of our days. I want to encourage you to include a time of prayer and Bible reading in that rhythm. Particularly this week. The internet can be a great help to us. I have listed some of the resources available to us.
I have also listed some songs that you can listen to and watch on YouTube, all for free.
On Friday I will post a video (on our Facebook page and YouTube) of ‘The Way of the Cross.’ As we mark that most solemn of days. On Sunday I will upload a video of an Easter Sunday reflection and some intercessions for you to use.
If you’d like to explore how to pray when you are on your own, perhaps you would consider joining our Wednesday Zoom prayer group, ‘Going Deeper with God.’ All you need to do is email me ( and I’ll email you a Zoom invitation.
I realise that for many this is a very difficult time, if you would find it helpful to have someone pray with you over the phone, please email me and I have a small team waiting to pray with you.
Our church building may well be locked and unavailable for us, but we are still church and we are still worshipping.
May God bless you this Holy Week and Easter
We at Golders Green Church will continue to offer a number of ways we can and will keep in contact though emailing and phoning each other, the use of Facebook and the website, sending out updates by supporting those who need shopping, prescriptions fetched, letters posted and anything else you may need if you are isolated at home, whether you are in the over 70-year-old age group, or, have underlying health conditions.
The important thing is, PLEASE LET US KNOW. We are drawing up a list of volunteers we can call on to help.  If anyone wants to add their names to this, please email Rex

What Pam thinks of the lock down

Self Isolation has been a blessing to be able to spend quality time as a family and watch Phoenix’s speech develop in what is a short space of time. Working full time from home with two under five has been a challenge but I am thankful to be working. 
Self-Isolation tip: limit news and media consumption. I’ve found children’s TV to be a welcome and strangely soothing reprieve! 

Radio, Television and Online Worship
You may wish to join in worship during this time through television and radio. 
Check online, in the Radio Times and elsewhere for details:  
Songs of Praise BBC 1, Sunday afternoon, variable times  
Sunday Worship BBC Radio 4, Sunday, 8.10am Choral Evensong BBC 
Radio 3, Wednesday Daily Service 
BBC Radio 4 (Longwave only), weekdays, 9.45am  
Big Sunday Service Premier Christian Radio, Sunday, 7am, 8am, 10am Easter Sunday Eucharist A service is usually broadcast on the BBC on Easter morning  
Online resources  Church of England Daily Prayer St Paul’s Cathedral have a number of resources available for us to use.
Church of England Online Resources during this time  
Go On-line to "www.A Church NearYou", put in Area or post code and find a local church that broadcasts Worship.
Prayers frm Christian Aid Pray as you God (a short service each day in the Jesuit Tradition)

Please continue to pray for those who have asked us as a community to pray for them
Okey Jnr., Margaret, Yvone, Anna, Jason, Ian, Eva, Juliette, Ivor, Myfanwy, Tim and Dorothy 

YouTube - Worship Videos - Psalm 23 ( I am Not Alone) - Josh Sherman -  Made a Way by Travis Greene - You know my name - Tasha Cobbs - No Ordinary Worship by Kelontae Gavin - Shepherd by Nashville Life Music – Song of Solomon Martin Smith – So will I Hillsong Worship





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Planning your Visit

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New to Church

Welcome. Whether you've just moved to the area, or have lived here all your life - we hope our website helps you find out what you want to know about Golders Green Parish Church.

Key information about the church:-

When and where does the church meet?
What to expect when I visit the church?
Is there a dress code?
Will I be made to feel uncomfortable?
I have more questions, how can I get in touch and ask them?

When and where does the church meet?
The church meets every Sunday at 10.00am. It helps to get there 10 minutes early and be seated in time for the service to start. We meet at Golders Green Parish Church, our address is West Heath Drive, Golders Green, London, NW11 7QG. 

What to expect when I visit the church?
You can expect a warm welcome, great worship, an impacting preach and a friendly group of people gathering to learn more about God. Also FREE tea, coffee and biscuits!

Is there a dress code?
No, just wear something comfortable!

Will I be made to feel uncomfortable?
 We want you to feel at home and enjoy the service. Do join us for a hot drink and biscuits after the service to get to know some people from the church.

I have more questions, how can I get in touch and ask them?
Please feel free to call 020 8455 1873 or email the church office with any questions you have and we will be happy to help you.