Love Purley

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Tuesdays 9:30am-1pm (term time only)

Opening on Tuesday 22 September.

Please ensure that you are wearing your mask

We are unable to take any clothes donations at present

GrowBaby

Our aim is to provide good quality second-hand/nearly new clothes and equipment for children up to 5 years old, completely free of charge to anyone who needs it, regardless of their income, background or faith. 

 

We accept baby clothes and equipment from anyone who chooses to donate. We simply ask that donations are in good condition.​

​Growbaby takes place at Montpelier church:

Biddulph Road, Purley CR2 6QB

Wednesday & Saturday mornings

Purley food hub

Purley Food Hub is a local independent food bank set up by Churches Together in Purley and Kenley.

If you are looking for a way to serve people in need in the local area, this is a great opportunity. To find out the latest food lists, visit purleyfoodhub.net

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Thursday 10am-2pm

**Due to Coronavirus we are sorry to say we are unable to meet on the streets at the moment**

​Churches Together in Purley and Kenley have opened a Renew Wellbeing cafe as a quiet space where it's okay not to be okay.

They provide light refreshments, time to sit and chat, hobbies and crafts, the opportunity to meet new people or be on your own in a quiet reflective space to be still or pray.​

Renew 23 is open on Thursdays 10am-2pm at Purley Baptist Church:

Banstead Road, Purley, CR8 3EA

Saturdays 11am-1pm

**Due to Coronavirus we are sorry to say we are unable to meet on the streets at the moment**

​Together with Christians from other churches in Purley we go out onto the streets and offer prayer for healing (or anything else), free tea and coffee, a listening ear, and time to chat about things of faith.

We long to see lives and relationships revived and restored, as people meet with the God who loves and cares for them deeply.

We head out onto the streets of Purley every other Saturday from 11am-1pm. Based at the Tesco underpass.

“When do we get to do the stuff? You know, the stuff here in the Bible; the stuff Jesus did, like healing the sick, raising the dead, healing the blind – stuff like that?”

- John Wimber (Founder of The Vineyard Movement)

Here at Grace Vineyard, we believe that “doing the stuff” is what Jesus has called us to do and part of this includes how we serve and love Purley.

In what has become known as The Great Commission, Jesus said: “Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptising them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. And behold, I am with you always, to the end of the age.” (Matthew 28:19-20)

Here are some of the ways we 'go' and bring the love of Jesus into our community. If you'd like to find out more, please get in touch using the details at the bottom of this page.

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Tel: 020 8406 0141

Email: office@gracevineyard.co.uk

 

Church Office: 26 South Drive, Coulsdon, CR5 2BG

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