Our new winter guide for 2019 is now available for you to view online! Click here to view it.
Latimer Minster’s Office will be closed between Tuesday 25th December and Monday 7th January. Please do join us for our Christmas Day Service at 10:30am. We will have no Sunday service on 30th January but please do join us again on Sunday 6th January for our first service of the year! Many blessings and […]
Christmas is fast approaching and here at The Minster we have lots of things coming up over the Christmas period! Please do invite family and friends to join us for any of our events; Sunday 9th December at 10:30am – Family Christmas Service This morning the children will be staying in the service and we will […]
Between 21st – 25th November we will be having a week of mission! Rethink is a chance to invite our friends and neighbours to a series of events which will encourage a ‘rethink’ of our priorities and ideas instead of just stumbling into our future. It is also a chance to rethink what they may […]
We were recently visited by the BBC to film our church and it’s beautiful surroundings! Click here to see what church on a farm is like and hear Frog speak to JB Gill about the importance of harvest within a church.
On Sunday 18th, our pastors Frog and Amy, together with our mission partners, The Message Trust, held an open air service for the community of Kensington and Chelsea, in response to the tragic Grenfell Tower fire and the many lives lost. Your browser does not support HTML5 video. IMG_0901 If you missed it, here is […]
Sunday 13th December (no morning service) Carol services 4.30 pm 7.30pm With mulled wine, spiced apple and gingerbreads (including gluten free!) stampwell farm
For 5 weeks at 5 different locations in the run up to Easter starting on the 1st of March, we will be meeting to pray 24-7, night and day. This is an exciting opportunity for us to pray together as a community to spend time with God and see what new things he has in store […]
“If it pleases the King, and if your servant has found favour in his sight, let him send me to the city in Judah where my fathers are buried so I can rebuild it.” (Nehemiah 2:5) If you have a Facebook account, I wonder if you have become tired with the latest article or list […]
This Sunday we will meet once again. For nearly 1800 years the acclamation of the church in corporate worship has been, “Sursum Corda.” This sursum corda (which means “Let us lift up our hearts” in Latin) bids us acknowledge our absolute dependence on the Most High, who desires to commune with us who are made in […]