How does the gospel address the ever-increasing disappointment in the world? Join us this Palm Sunday as we discover how the truth of Jesus provides the reason for our hope.
We have coffee, tea and snacks, as well as some wonderful people to meet before the service starts. We can't wait to welcome you!
10.30am / Pre-Service Vision + Prayer
11am / Sunday Service
📍Old Theatre LSE, Houghton St, WC2A 2AE
We don’t choose where we are born and what culture is the first to impact our perception of the world. We don’t choose our first language as we don’t choose our primary citizenship. No doubt. We don’t choose our parents either, relatives, and everyone who contributed to the very fact of us living this life here and now in this world. And however harsh it may sometimes be, this life, this single shot they gave us without asking anything in return is something we should be grateful for every minute: when it hurts, and when we are high. But we are not obliged to be patriots, by what I mean we have no duty to the first culture, to the first language, and to everything that follows. Just because it was first, doesn’t make it crucial and exclusive. We may choose to be patriots though. As well as to not be. After all, our parents gave us life so we could make it a bright flash, so we could find our place, our language, our cultures. So we could be happy.
huevos rancheros - crisp tortilla, sunny eggs, avocado, tomato, chipotle, refried bean / fish tacos, green goddess, cabbage slaw.