Living Well Bromley

Living Well – at Holy Trinity Church on Lennard Road in Penge – provides regular help and support to people in need. To keep Living Well running smoothly and safely, we rely on the continuing support and involvement of lots of different people. There are plenty of opportunities to volunteer

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Gift Aid Boxes and Donations

Boxes are in the church porch in alphabetical order plus special sets for those who give by standing order. Please collect your box as you go into the church. If you are not currently attending Mass and wish to have your envelopes sent to you please send an email to

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Demon’s Chorus

From our Facebook page…. We listened to this before the 10am Mass this morning, as a backdrop to today’s gospel reading from Luke 4:38-44. While… Posted by St Edmund’s Church, Beckenham on Wednesday, September 2, 2020

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World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation

From our Facebook page: Today is the World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation, and it also begins a special Season of Creation which will… Posted by St Edmund's Church, Beckenham on Tuesday, 1 September 2020 Posted by St Edmund's Church, Beckenham on Tuesday, 1 September 2020

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St Aidan and the saints of Lindisfarne

Today the Church in this country honours St Aidan and the saints of Lindisfarne. He was an Irish missionary from Iona in Scotland who evangelised much of northern England in the seventh century, noted for his gentleness. His monastery on the island of Lindisfarne nurtured so many holy men that

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Sunday Reflection: The Cross

Today’s gospel reading (Matthew 16:21ff.) contains Jesus’ call to his disciples, after predicting his Passion, death and Resurrection, to take up their Cross and follow him. This must have been rather chilling for them to hear this: for Jews in Palestine under Roman occupation, crucifixion was a terrible form of

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St Monica

Today, the day before St Augustine’s day, the Church honours his mother St Monica – they are shown together in this modern painting. In his ‘Confessions’, the account of his religious conversion, Augustine gives a vivid picture of his mother’s prayers and encouragement which helped him to become a Christian;

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Fr Charles Briggs

Fr Charles Briggs died yesterday morning. Some of you may remember that he preached here at an Advent reconciliation service a few years ago. I am grateful to Fr Marcus Holden for sharing this recording of a sermon preached for a Day for Mary in St Joseph’s Bromley. May Fr

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Feast of St Bartholomew the Apostle

Today is the feast of St Bartholomew the Apostle. Tradition has it that he was martyred by being flayed alive in India. One of the oldest hospitals in England is dedicated to him so it’s a good day to pray for the patients and staff there. It is also the

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Drop in Cafe Reunion

Our last meeting at St Edmund’s Church Hall was on Thursday March 12th since when some of our volunteers and all of our guests have been shielding and most of us have been at home due to the lockdown. We have kept in touch with a monthly newsletter, phone calls

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