Tag: Fresh Expressions of Church
There will be a number of particular services over the Lent and Easter period, which we hope you’ll join us for. You should be able to see them on our events calendar, but here’s a list of a few highlights:
Ash Wednesday March 1st 6.30pm – Ash Wednesday Service (Ashing and Eucharist)
Sunday March 5th 4.30pm (and every Sunday through 9th April) – Lent Book Discussion Group
Maundy Thursday 13th April 6.30pm – Footwashing Service and Vigil
Good Friday 14th April 6.30pm – Tenebrae Service
Easter Sunday 16th April 6pm – Easter Eucharist and Social
Bishop Graham Cray, the Archbishops Missioner and lead for Fresh Expressions joined Moot for the Sunday Evening Eucharist service on 16th Feb 2014. Bp Graham has been a long time friend to the Moot Community, and in the homily explored the texts of Mark 1.40-45 and Ephesians 5.1-17 to explore the theme of ‘Costly mercy and transforming grace’. In the Service we prayed for Bp Graham’s continued ministry as he approaches retirement and the continuance of Fresh Expressions of Church.
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Well its 2013 and Moot began as a missional community at the Parish Church of St Matthews Westminster 10 years ago as a collective of those who felt called to form a new form of missional community. In time this grew into the New Monastic Community that Moot now is at its home at the Guild Church of St Mary Aldermary in the City of London. This is no small achievement which was and is a challenge to sustain, but is a sign of what is possible through God’s love, vision, hard work and participation in a real community.
This evening we are really pleased that Bp Graham Cray is joining us to speak at our evening Eucharist service, so come mooted or not!
Our current Administration Consultant, Regine Nagel, has decided to give up her role with us and use her time voluntarily in Host.
We therefore have a gap in the Core Team that we need to fill. Please see the advert below, and if interested email for more information.
If you are interested in this or other opportunities at the Moot Community, please see the ‘positions vacant and recruitment’ element of the Community section of this website.
I am pleased to say that Southwark Diocese are holding a study day on Sacramental Fresh Expressions on Saturday 5th November 10.30am to 3.30pm. The day aims to address the questions: How can you be both a Fresh Expression and liturgical? How do you blend ancient tradition and modern culture? How can you encourage spiritual practice in your young people and not just play games?
I am very pleased to hear that Johanna of our Moot Community will be leading a workshop on ‘Hospitality’ which is the key focus of our Host Lounge Project. For downloadable and booking information, please click here
Contemplative Fresh Expressions: ‘The Apostolic dimension to the contemplative path’ by Tessa Holland (4of4)
In this podcast Tessa Holland, priest, speaker, contemplative practitioner and spiritual director explores the theme of ‘An exploration of the apostolic dimension of the contemplative way’. This address was recorded at the national conference exploring the place of contemplative expressions of church, contemporary mission and fresh expressions of the church at the London Centre for Spirituality on Monday 16th May 2011.
Contemplative Fresh Expressions: ‘Postsecular spiritual seekers and opportunities for mission’ by Ian Adams (3of4)
In this podcast Ian Adams, priest, speaker, writer and new monastic explores the theme of ‘Post-secular spiritual questers – an opportunity for mission’. This address was recorded at the national conference exploring the place of contemplative expressions of church, contemporary mission and fresh expressions of the church at the London Centre for Spirituality on Monday 16th May 2011.
In this podcast Ian Mobsby, priest, speaker, writer and new monastic explores the theme of ‘The Trinity as Christian Spirituality and forms of the church’. This address was recorded at the national conference exploring the place of contemplative expressions of church, contemporary mission and fresh expressions of the church at the London Centre for Spirituality on Monday 16th May 2011.