Albert Danquah to train at Ripon College, Cuddesdon for Ordained Ministry.
We are pleased to announce that Albert Danquah who attended a Bishop’s Advisory Panel recently, has been recommended for training for ordained ministry by the Bishop and his Panel. Albert begins his training in September 2020 at Ripon College, Cuddesdon. We continue to
pray for Albert and his family as he starts this new journey.
New Executive Head for St Paul’s & All Hallows’ School
We are pleased to announce the appointment of Mrs Christalla Jamil as the new Executive Head Teacher of SPAH Academy. Mrs Jamil joined us here in Tottenham in April 2020 and she comes to us with a wealth of experience. We welcome her warmly to our Parish and will welcome her more formally at a more appropriate time when the pandemic lockdown ends. Congratulations Mrs. Jamil on your appointment!
New Online Christians Studies Course
The Diocese of London encourages the involvement of lay people in the mission of the Church. Please have a look at the information in the link below and see if this is something you could be interested in. Please speak with Fr Staffan if you would like further information. Fr Staffan has done this course himself, in a classroom setting, many years ago so could say more
about what it is like doing this course.
What is the Course in Christian Studies?
The course in Christian Studies is designed to explore Christian theology and discover afresh its relevance for everyday life and ministry. The aim of the course is to give you a foundational knowledge of key themes in Christianity – and, crucially, how to apply these themes in ministry at your local church. The experience and prior knowledge of each group will shape the level of the learning. https://www.london.anglican.org/st-edmunds-course-in-christian-studies/
We continue to pay attention to government guidance and updates from the London College of Bishops and The Bishop of London:
Please remember in your prayers:
The ministry and mission of St Paul’s Church in Tottenham and beyond.
All members of St Paul’s Church as we continue to come to terms and cope with the current pandemic crisis and the effect of this on people’s lives.
For doctors, nurses, medical researchers, funeral directors and those who care for those who are sick.
Those in Care Homes, Hospices and Hospitals. Those struggling with addictions or suicidal thoughts.
Those for whom prayer has been asked: Please see your personal copy for all the names listed.
Parish Priest: Fr Staffan Dawkins; Tel No. 0208 808 7297, 07481 861817
Churchwarden: Sammy Duah; Tel No. 07931 886689.
In Our Prayers
Please remember in your prayers:
- The ministry and mission of St Paul’s Church in Tottenham and beyond.
- All members of St Paul’s Church as we continue to come to terms and cope with the current pandemic crisis and the effect of this on people’s lives.
- For doctors, nurses, medical researchers, funeral directors and those who care for those who are sick.
- Those in Care Homes, Hospices and Hospitals. Those struggling with addictions or suicidal thoughts.
Those for whom prayer has been asked: Merlene Nelson, Marilyn Smikle, Benjamin Browne, Chloe Pettigew, Davis Yapp, Veronica, Cyril George, Ugochukwu, Chineaye Akomas, Pauline Archer, the Nwolisa Family, Marietta Gilkes and Family, Pat Thompson and family, Jasmine Sharp and family,
Jacqueline and family (Ann Alan), Joseph Terrell and family, Elizabeth, Briget and family, Graeville Sobers and his family, Children, grandchildren and other relatives of Muriel Layne, David Obika, Bently Bishop, Benjamin Bacchus, Family of Mercy Dede Kwashie in Ghana.
Sad News: Please keep in your prayers the family and friends of our Michael Nwolisa who sadly passed away on Monday 30th April 2020. Michael was one of the backbones of St Paul's Church and gave almost 40 years of service and friendship to his church community and beyond. Rest well Michael! A …