“Let you conversation be full of grace, seasoned with salt, so that you may know how to answer everyone” - Colossians 4 verse 6

About six months ago we asked ourselves this question – “How are we communicating and dialoging with our local area as a church?”

There are thousands of homes, businesses and community spaces, as well as many schools, right around us here in Kentish Town. We long to see these neighbors joining us each week to worship and encounter the risen Jesus.

We believe that as a church we have been called to Kentish Town to make known the love of Jesus and his invitation to life in him. God wants to make that invitation to our neighbors, local businesses, the homeless, and those that are isolated – through us, His church.

We know it can be difficult to strike up a conversation about faith with a neighbor, coworker, friend or stranger, so we’ve created a tool to make it easier, you can share our brand new free magazine – Salt.

Within the articles of the magazine we’ve asked questions like: “What makes us human?”, “How do we find real rest in life?”, and “Where is the best cup of tea in Kentish Town?” – because if you’re English, these are life’s biggest questions!

Our desire is that this magazine will equip each of you to share the good news that Jesus has invited the world to a new life, through faith in him. A life full of hope, full of love, and seasoned with salt.

Please grab a few copies of Salt next time you’re at church and give them out to your friends and family, and as you do so pray for opportunities to reveal the love and invitation of Jesus to them.

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    God and mental health

    Bethan Sadler – one of our brilliant PCC and a junior doctor currently working in A&E – spoke at St Luke’s last Sunday on God and mental health, as part of our teaching series on Elijah. The audio of that talk is here and in this post Bethan recaps the eight tips she gave for coping with low mood, depression or other mental health struggles.

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    Managing your money

    In light of our recent survey we are delighted to announce that we are going to be running a Money Course here at St Lukes. Dates for the three evenings are - June 12th,19th,26th. Please read below for info and get in touch if you'd like to be part of it:

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    Make your voice heard

    Ahead of the General Election, we were delighted to host a hustings for the candidates or representatives of the five main parties standing in our constituency, Holborn and St Pancras. The questions, both planned and from the audience who gathered, were largely themed around young people and issues affecting them.

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