Category Archives: Events

St Clement with St Peter Summer Fayre: 9 September 2018, 11.30am to 2pm

The Summer Fayre at St Clement with St Peter takes place on Sunday 9 September, 11.30am to 2pm. Entrances at 140 Friern Road and in Barry Road opposite Silvester Road.

Attractions include BBQ, cakes, books, bottle tombola, raffle, Bouncy Castle, bric-a-brac, nail painting, coconut shy, face painting, craft activities and stalls including Pipkin & Co, Tradecraft, Charlotte Clowes, Local Honey and Mamma Trelawney’s Caribbean Hot Sauce.

Live summer music by Opal Flutes.

St Barnabas Public Forum: Trust me I’m a Doctor. Thursday 21 September, 8pm to 9.30pm

Professor Veronica Strang from Durham University will lead a discussion on the theme “Trust me I’m a Doctor: the role of experts in public debates”.

Today there is a hostile anti-intellectualism that influences public debate. This disparagement of education and rational analysis is quite new in Britain. Do we prefer emotional appeal rather than facts?

Drawing on experience of research in different cultural contexts, this debate considers whether there are universal standards of evidence. Perhaps there is a need for a closer partnership between the public and academia?

Should ‘expertise’ be cherished as a vital part of robust collective decision-making – and as the best defence against self-interested political ambitions?

All are welcome. Please sign up at

Vocations Fair, Tuesday 6 June

Vocations Fair, Tuesday 6 June 2017, 6.30-8.30pm
at St George the Martyr, Borough SE1 1JA

An opportunity to explore, talk to others and find out more about your vocation. There will be a welcome and short address by Bishop Karowei of Woolwich, a seminar on discerning your call, and stalls to browse. For more information or to register, please email the Revd Louise Ellis, Discipleship and Vocations Missioner, at

Click here for the flyer

Safeguarding Training Workshop (child and adult protection), Saturday 6 May 2017, 10am to 1pm

A participative and practical workshop, led by a Diocesan trainer, for anyone with responsibilities for safeguarding as part of their paid or voluntary work in church, to learn about their responsibilities in safeguarding children and adults, and implementing ‘A Safe Church’, Diocesan and parish policies, procedures and guidelines.

Venue: St Faith’s Centre

Booking by 16 April essential: contact Susan Height (

For more details see the flier: Flier for Deanery Safeguarding 17

Migration in the 21st Century – our local and national response

Open Forum on Wednesday 23 November 2016 at St Barnabas, Dulwich, 8pm to 9.30pm, followed by light refreshments

Panel: Dr Sarah Spencer CBE (Director of the Global Exchange on Migration and Diversity, COMPAS, University of Oxford)

Revd Jonathan Sedgwick (St George the Martyr, SE1, & formerly Deputy/Acting CEO, UK Border Agency)

The Southwark Day Centre for Asylum Seekers (

See the flyer: Open Forum flyer

Cycle ride from Dulwich to Windsor Great Park, 11 June 2016

The Holy Rollers Cycling Club, based at St Barnabas, Dulwich, are organising a ride to Windsor Great Park along the Thames Path on Saturday 11 June 2016.

If you have not done the ride before, we will need to ride along the road from Dulwich to Richmond Park, on towards Kingston then mostly along the Thames Path from Kingston Bridge to Staines. For a short distance we use the ferry crossing at Weybridge and the road to Chertsey.

Mountain, hybrid, cyclocross and road bikes etc are fine but I wouldn’t take a posh, carbon fibre machine.

We aim to meet at 7:45 at St Barnabas to leave promptly at 8am. We should arrive at Hampton Court (about half way) by about 10 and stop for a coffee. We will then go on to the RAF memorial at Runnymede (well worth a visit), and it is then a short hop to Windsor Great Park.

Some will cycle back, some will catch the train home. The importance of a great pub for lunch has been pointed out. We shall therefore be carrying out a pathfinder trip to find a suitable hostelry. Should be fun!

If you are interested in coming please contact Martin Grant-Hudson ( or Andy Gould (, who will provide further details in due course.

Best wishes,

Martin and Andrew