Edward Street Church is still here. Despite COVID-19 and the long lockdowns the fellowship remains a caring and witnessing community. Worship is shared with the whole pastorate via Zoom. Use the contact form if you would like the details for joining in. Elders have been meeting and cards have been sent on birthdays. We have […]
Due to uncertainties around Coronavirus there will be no services of worship as from today and for the foreseeable future. However, the church will be open at 10.30am each Sunday for individual prayer. if you need to contact the minister or church secretary please use the form here. The elders and minister will continue to […]
Not knowing what is going to happen can produce all sorts of feelings, such as worry, hope, desperation, confidence, resignation, determination, excitement and so on. The ‘night before’ can last a long time. Sleeplessness can lead to hours spent thinking about possible outcomes. Anticipation could build up to excited expectation or fear of failure. The […]
This is a blog by Terry Oakley written for the winter solstice. 21.12.2019 After the result of the General Election I was thinking about people who need good news. The imagery of light coming into darkness is often used as a way of expressing hope in the midst of despair. “The people who walked in […]
To view the calendar of events for 2020 please click here.
Please click on the link here to read the November Bulletin.
The gifts brought to the Harvest Festival were given to Dunstable food bank and Keech Hospice.
Brian Wren is an internationally published hymn writer. His hymns are included in collections of all denominations and traditions. He was born in Romford in Essex and studied at Oxford University. He was ordained in !965. Wren served as minister of Hockley and Hawkwell Congregational Church in Essex before working for the British Council of […]
In September, it was with great sadness that we heard of Robert Woodcroft’s sudden death, following a fall at home. We had been so concerned about Fred’s extended time in hospital that it was a shock to receive the news about Robert. Fred and Robert have been associated with the church for so many years […]
A very Happy – albeit belated! – New Year to all our readers! No doubt everyone has had a busy festive season and is now trying to consider what 2019 might have in store – other than some strange combinations of meals, as we all try to eat up the Christmas goodies and clear out […]