"at St Mellitus we are passionate about building a community where people from all walks of life feel welcome, and which everyone can call home. "
Stu and Lucy Plumb
Tinies and Tots is our playgroup for all preschool children and their grown ups! We run during term time, every Thursday from 9.30-11am. Come along for crafts, baby toys, dress up, snacks, songs, stories and not forgetting that all important cuppa and cake! All for £2 (plus 50p per extra child). We would love to see you there!
The Alpha Course: Begins 11th October 7:30 pm
Alpha is a six week course which enables you to explore Christianity and the meaning of life in a relaxed and friendly environment with dinner included.
For more information or to sign up please contact the St Mellitus church office on 020 3067 0035 or email@example.com.
Brownies is all about having loads of fun and experiencing adventure! To be a Brownie you need to be a girl aged between 7 and 10 years old. Brownies meet together in a Pack most Wednesday evenings 6-8pm. Our Brownie Pack is run by Lynne Henderson and a team of adult leaders. They help make sure everyone has a great time on their Brownie Adventure.
For more details come along and talk to Lynne on a Wednesday night, or to register visit the Brownies' website.
Ealing Foodbank is an initiative of a group of churches in the Ealing area to provide emergency food to local families in crisis. All food is donated and centrally sorted and stored. Frontline professionals from statutory and voluntary organisations such as social workers, Citizens Advice Bureau staff, welfare officers, the police and probation officers, identify people in crisis and issue them with a foodbank voucher. St Mellitus supports this vital work both in the collection of food and in running one of the "cafes" from which clients collect food and are signposted to further support
The food bank is open from 10am-12pm every Wednesday in the main church.
With more than a million members, the Mothers’ Union is the largest Christian women’s organisation in the world with a distinctive tradition of personal links and relationships worldwide. United by a common commitment to Christian family life, and by the custom of the cycle of midday prayers we are active in our own local communities, in all sorts of ways, fitting our activities to those local priorities and needs.