JuneSeries2017: Reconciliation

JuneSeries 2017: Reconciliation (2 Cor. 5:19)
We stand in solidarity to Reconcile our brothers and sisters seeking refuge in the West as a result of social and economic pressures in their home countries.
This Sunday we will be hosting Jonathan Patch, from Refugees at Home. A Christian charity that matches host families with refugees seeking accommodation. 
At Healingsprings we believe the church has an active role to play in addressing social problems here on Earth. So, following Jonathan’s talk we will take contributions from the audience and stir up a call to action! 

For more information on the other events for June Series, check out our events page:

Join us as at 3pm as we continue the work of Reconciliation entrusted to us by Jesus.
St John’s Hall 

Church Road,  

Sidcup DA14 6BX


JuneSeries 2017: Reconciliation (2 Cor. 5:19)

This year’s theme is Reconciliation, and in that spirit we are #StandingWithCongo! 

We are standing in solidarity with our brothers and sisters. Standing in compassion and love. Standing for justice and progress!

At Healingsprings we believe in tackling root causes of problems. And we believe the church has an active role to play in addressing social problems – here on Earth.

For instance, we know that the underlying problem behind the current refugee crisis is to do with gross inequality, and natural disasters. 
The competition for limited resources then leads to war and displacement of people. 
Sadly, even when the displaced arrive in Europe, most times they get a really bad deal.
Therefore this year the focus is on the Congo. We will be watching the award winning documentary: When Elephants Fight.
Following which we will take contributions from members of our panel and the audience; with a view to press the UK government to act against the exploitation of the people and unfair trade. 
There will also be opportunities for networking and refreshments.

Come and join us in changing the lives of some of the poorest and most vulnerable people in our communities.
Pastor Clem



Freedom (Luke 4:18)

‘When we transform cells and their molecular structures through healing and works of miracles, we make temporary changes which sometimes leads to spiritual growth. 

However, when we proclaim freedom through love inspired encounters, we sow seeds of eternal value. Seeds that regenerate the body, soul and spirit. 

Right now, every facet and strata of society is in dire need of some love inspired transformation.’ – Clement Akran (Pastor, healingsprings fellowship)