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New Years Eve Party
Tuesday 31st December 2013
9.30pm to 1am
Pimlico Academy, Lupus St, London, SW1V 3AT
(5 minutes walk from Pimlico Underground Station)
Music, dancing, 2013 slide show & quiz.
Plus an inspiring message and prayer time in the build up to the midnight countdown!
Adults and children 14 and over £10
(£12 on door)
Children under 14 go free!
Registration deadline is midnight 29 December 2013.
To pay and register please go here: http://www.iccm-events.info
(Refunds are at the discretion of the organisers)
N.B. PARENTS REGISTERING STUDENTS: please register them separately and use their term-time region/church rather than yours.
London wide NYE PARTY
31st Dec 2013
Pimlico Academy (5 min walk from Pimlico Underground)
Registration is £10 (and will be up on the website soon)
Music, dancing, refreshments, actives, singing, prayers and FUN.
Raja of Bangalore shares….
Originally from Tamil Nadu, I am working in Bangalore for Hanmer MS&L. I have been through abject poverty and my childhood has been very rough. God has smiled on me with his grace and kindness and helped me to get through the hardships. Times when I didn’t have anything to eat, no place to sleep and no love those who should care, instilled in me a burning desire to make sure that no other child go through what I’ve been through.
People have various notions about children, and most common, there is an ignorance among people that makes them take out their anger and frustrations on children by beating them and not giving them enough love and care.
There are two people to whom I am very indebted to – Robert and Prema – whom I met in church, who through their kindness and direction, I am where I am right now. Showing me a kind of direction in life when my life seemed like a ship without sails lost in a storm, these two incarnations of God taught me that work is worship.
I know that God will be there for me always and he will show me the way to salvation.
The first time I went to the church, I met Suresh, who used to come every day to visit me. No one had treated me like this before – he was very friendly with me. He used to share a lot of things with me on how God did a lot of miracles in his life. He took personal care of me. He was more than a brother to me. I liked this person, I saw something special in him. He bought me a new pair of trousers and a shirt for me, after seeing the kind of tattered clothes I was wearing. He gave me a big hug. People looked at me as if I had completely transformed. God only sent this person in my life and transformed it. I hold him in the highest respect and I am very grateful to him. I got the love and care that I didn’t get from my family, from this person.
We are NOT meeting in our regions this coming Sunday 10th November.
Instead all six regions of the London church will meet together for a special Remembrance Sunday service at Logan Hall, London Institute of Education, Bedford Way, WC1H 0AL – at 10.30am.
Please tell all your friends, and join us.
Here is a Map
Bus stops, within a 5 to 15-minute walk, are located on Euston Road, Gower Street, Tottenham Court Road, Woburn Place and Southampton Row.
The closest are on Woburn Place and Southampton Row.
Tube stations, within a 5 to 15-minute walk, include: Euston; Euston Square; Goodge Street; Russell Square; Tottenham Court Road and Warren Street.
The closest is Russell Square.
The closest is Euston.
IOE is in the London congestion charging zone.
There is no car park. Street parking in the neighbourhood is managed byCamden Council. Private parking is offered by National Car Parks (NCP).
There is a cycle-hire docking station on the east side of the main building, in Bedford Way. It is managed by Transport for London.
Visitors arriving on their own bikes may lock them to the perimeter railing of the concourse, on the west side of the main building.