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Christmas Schedule 2015 – Paragon Chapel

Christmas events at Paragon Chapel in East London.

Friday 18th December

  • Carol Singing – Stratford Shopping Centre: 7pm
    (Next to McDonalds)

Saturday 19th December

  • Street Outreach – Ridley Market: 11am
  • Church Christmas Dinner: 7.30pm
    (All are invited, admission is free, but a freewill offering will be taken.)

Sunday 20th December

Friday 25th December

  • Christmas Morning Service: 10am
    A short service to open Christmas Day

Thursday 31st December

  • Watchnight (New Years) Service: 9pm

Saturday 2nd January 2016

Easter 2015 at Paragon Chapel

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Come and join us in celebration of the most important time in the Christian calendar, when Jesus gave Himself for all.

“God demonstrated His love toward us, in that while we were still sinners, Christ died for us.” Romans 5.8

“For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life.” John 3.16

Paragon Chapel
233-241 Glyn Rd, Hackney, E5 0JP, (Millfields end of Glyn Rd)

3rd – 6th of April
Friday – 8pm
Saturday – 7.30pm
Sunday – 6.30pm
Monday 3pm & 7.30pm

Easter 2014 – The Power of 1

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at Paragon chapel, 233-241 Glyn Road, Hackney E5 0JP

One seemingly insignificant life. 

One small voice in a loud world. 

One light in a dark situation. 

One passion for change.

One leap of faith. 

One that changed their world. 

One that motivated it all.

Join us this Easter as we look at the world changers, the ones who discovered the one true God. With Dr. Albert Chambers, international healing & deliverance broadcaster & minister.

  • Friday 18th April – 8pm
  • Saturday Easter Open-Airs11am at Ridley & 12.15pm at the Square near Paragon. Please ask for directions if needed.
  • Saturday 19th – 7:30pm
  • Sunday 20th – 6:30pm
  • Monday 21st – 3pm and 7:30pm
  • (free refreshments and activities for children between Monday services) 

Sister Ann. 1934 – 2013

It is with great sadness and heavy hearts that we share the news that Sister Ann has gone to be with the Lord. She passed away on Saturday 30th November.

She was a great woman who served God up until the very end of her life. From the age of 15, she has been faithful in her service for the King. Sister Ann was there at the very inception of World Vision for Christ.

She has counselled and ministered to thousands of children and young people, been the administrator for Child Gospel Mission orphanage in Nigeria,  led Bible conferences in Britain and tours across Israel’s Holy Land, taught multiple Bible studies and led thousands of prayer meetings. She was the main communicator with letters from our Radio Africa ministry and our Irish Radio Star ministry. She prayed the prayer of Salvation with countless people and did follow up work with them. Sister Ann was instrumental in setting up Paragon Christian Academy our Christian day school.

It is impossible to do justice to the legacy of this great woman of God. Her life is a continuous testimony to the saving grace, love and goodness of The Lord Jesus. Even though suffering major heart attacks and arthritis, she was constantly involved in the work of the Lord… Every. Single. Day.

Her life is a challenge to us all, to strive to be better, to do better and to serve better.

We will miss her.

 

**Update**

Sister Ann’s funeral will be held at Paragon Chapel, 233-241 Glyn Road, E5 0JP on Monday 16th December, at 11am.

What on EARTH is Going On?

The words above come from the Holy Bible from 2 Timothy chapter 3 verses 2-4.

Are you searching for answers? Confused? Who wouldn’t be?

There is a solution. It starts with you. Because God so loved YOU – that He sent His only begotten Son (Jesus) for YOU. The touch of God in a person’s life is the thing that will make the difference. Communities, Neighbourhoods, Cities are changed by the actions of individuals.

Do you want to know more? Please join Dr. Albert Chambers at Paragon Chapel to hear how God is willing and able to make that difference, in people’s lives.