So very welcome and happy do a pair of Robins feel in our Centre Community Garden, that they have nested in an artificial flower display within our garden chapel; which is an indoor space, with an open roof. Early in the mornings the Robins have even taken to flying up and down the Concourse!
We are watching the nest carefully and will protect it by keeping the door locked until any chicks have fledged. After which we will remove the silk flowers displays and reopen the chapel.

We apologise for any inconvenience.

St Mildred's Chrurch Organ, Addiscombe, Croydon, Surrey
St Mildred's Chrurch Organ, Addiscombe, Croydon, Surrey

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Retiring Collection

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St Mildred’s Church Interregnum

Collation, Induction and installation service for Revd. Neil Brunskill as the vicar of St Mildred’s will take place on Wednesday the 26th of June 2024 at 7.30pm.

The service will be live streamed here

Revd Neil Brunskill

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Patronal Festival

Patronal Festival

PATRONAL SUNDAY: This is a special day for us, as it is the feast of Saint Mildred, the patron saint of our church here in Addiscombe on our 92nd birthday. On Sunday the 14th of July we will be holding an All-Age Festival Communion Service in conjunction with the...

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Garden Chapel

Garden Chapel

Community Garden update🌸🌺🌼🍀 In our garden, not only do we tend to flowers and teach about food production but we also try to create an environment that is kind to local birds and wildlife. There is a small water feature, shelter in our hedging and wild flower garden...

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Pray Your Part

Pray Your Part

The Church of England has produced a new booklet of prayers for the General Election. Starting from 14 June the 'Pray Your Part' booklet contains 21 daily prayers in the run up the the general election. You can register for the daily reflections, or order your own...

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Our Vision…

‘We seek to be an open and loving church, growing in faith and confidence and joyfully sharing God’s love with all.’

Our Priorities

Tell

To proclaim the Good News of the Kingdom by Evangelism, particularly through building relationships with people attending the various activities outside of Sunday worship services. [1 Peter 3:15]

 

 

 

Transform

To transform unjust structures in our churches, community and society.
To challenge violence of every kind and pursue peace and reconciliation.
To speak out on injustice that effects our local community. [Micah 6:8]

Teach

To teach, baptise and nurture (both new & existing believers)
Introduce alternative services/Fresh Expressions (including new forms of worship, offering Worship music/gospel hymns, providing food) aimed at young people and/or those who for various reasons wouldn’t feel able to come on a Sunday morning to a more traditional service. [Matthew 28:19]

Treasure

To strive to safeguard the integrity of creation and sustain and renew the life of earth.
Environmental Strategy – this includes looking at ways to reduce our carbon footprint and the possibility of solar panels on the roof. [Genesis 1:31]

Tend

To respond to human need by loving service and care by:
Continued support for our Sunday Drop In for the homeless.
Continuing with the Toddler Group and Community Garden.
Starting a food bank collection at church and centre.
Increasing our Financial Strength through our giving:
Meeting our Parish Support Fund Pledge,
Collecting for Christian Aid and the Children’s Society,
Supporting local, national, and worldwide emergencies. [Philippians 4:19]

Patronal Festival

PATRONAL SUNDAY: This is a special day for us, as it is the feast of Saint Mildred, the patron saint of our church here in Addiscombe on our 92nd birthday. On Sunday the 14th of July we will be holding an All-Age Festival Communion Service in conjunction with the...

Garden Chapel

Community Garden update🌸🌺🌼🍀 In our garden, not only do we tend to flowers and teach about food production but we also try to create an environment that is kind to local birds and wildlife. There is a small water feature, shelter in our hedging and wild flower garden...

Pray Your Part

The Church of England has produced a new booklet of prayers for the General Election. Starting from 14 June the 'Pray Your Part' booklet contains 21 daily prayers in the run up the the general election. You can register for the daily reflections, or order your own...

Organ fund update

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-XDPSBarSAU   to donate to the fund and order Concert tickets

Celebrating Creativity and Community Spirit at St. Mildred’s

Celebrating Creativity and Community Spirit at St. Mildred's A Heartfelt Thank You to the Children of St. Mildred's Mountaineers A huge thank you to the children of St. Mildred's Mountaineers for their incredible contribution to our community garden. These young...

Installation service and reception

The Installation Service for  Revd. Neil Brunskill as the vicar of St Mildred's will take place on Wednesday the 26th of June 2024 at 7.30pm. The service is a Eucharist, followed by a reception. All are welcome to attend; BUT If you are intending to come and haven't...

ADMINISTERING HOLY COMMUNION AT ST MILDRED’S

ADMINISTERING HOLY COMMUNION AT ST MILDRED'S What is the common cup in the Church of England? The common cup means drinking the wine, the Blood of Christ, from a shared cup or chalice. Communion in one kind is receiving only the bread, or only the wine from the common...

June Parish Magazine

Here is the June edition of the Parish Post

Community Garden Update 7 May 2024

Community Garden Update A glorious afternoon, was enjoyed by our gardeners planting bedding flowers, parsnips, carrots, tidying the prayer tree ribbons and filling the bird feeders. We really did deserve the clotted cream, home made scones, with fresh strawberries...

Christian Aid Week

Next week - 12 - 18 May is Christian Aid Week.   You can find out about the  work of Christian Aid here   and donate through St Mildred's here   thank you for your support
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