Small Groups: Being Family
Small Group sign up for the Autumn term is now open! Groups will begin w/c 16th September
Serving: Getting Involved
Everyone has something to bring to the life of the church and finding somewhere to serve is a great way to get connected with what’s going on and get to know other people better. Take a look below and let us know how you'd like to help out.
Giving: Living Generously
A Call to Generosity
Spirituality cannot be separated from generosity and the teachings of Jesus compel us to give of our finances to those in need and to commit ourselves to an attitude of generosity.
We want South West London Vineyard to be a church where every member contributes financially to the life of the church in whatever ways they can. The amount we give isn't as important as the heart behind it. The important thing is that each of us gives what God has asked of us – He knows our hearts, our circumstances and the cost of our sacrifice.
How to give:
Standing Order: The most helpful way to give is by setting up a regular gift each month. Our bank details are:
Bank: Bank of Scotland | Sort-code: 12-11-03 | Account No: 00300079 | Account Name: SW London Vineyard | Reference: SWLV-(Insert Your Surname)
In Person: Put your offering in one of the baskets passed round on a Sunday.
We believe that prayer works
There are a number of opportunities at South West London Vineyard to receive prayer. We will always offer to pray for anyone who wants prayer on a Sunday morning or evening and prayer will always be offered at one of our House Groups.
Parenting is a journey. In our experience it is also one of the best and hardest things we have ever done.
Parenting is a journey. In our experience it is also one of the best and hardest things we have ever done. We recognise however that as our children grow and develop we too need to grow and develop our parenting. Please join us as we create space to reflect, consider our parenting and learn from each other.
South West London Vineyard are hosting three parenting courses in the Autumn term 2019 at Ark Putney Academy, over five Tuesday evenings with dinner provided. The relaxed, informal courses will be run by experienced facilitators, who as parents themselves have weathered the challenges and joys of parenting.
All three courses are suitable for parents/carers from all different backgrounds and family structures. We hope you will choose the one most suited to your needs:
Parentalk - The Primary Years
For parents/carers of children aged 0-10 years old. The course, produced by Care for the Family, aims to equip and provide tools for the stage of parenting you are in and as you look forward to the next stage.
Parentalk - the Teenage Years
For parents/carers of children in Year Five upwards. The course, produced by Care for the Family, aims to help parents/carers do the best job they can as they navigate these years with their teenagers and soon-to-be teenagers.
Parenting Sensory Children
For parents/carers of children up to 18 years old that have difficulties processing sensory information. The course, run by an experienced occupational therapist, aims to provide up-to-date information and equip you with parenting tools and skills to parent your sensory child, especially when it can be challenging.
Dates: Tuesdays, 17 September - 15 October 2019
Time: 7:45pm - 9:30pm
At: Ark Putney Academy, SW15 3DG
SIGN UP: Click Here or Phone 02087859530
Would you like to work with us?
Come and join our team!
We are looking for someone to cover the maternity leave of our Bookkeeper, starting mid/late November. This could take the form of a part time Bookkeeper role or a (up to) full time Bookkeeper & Administrator role.
BOOKKEEPER (MATERNITY COVER) - PART TIME
Hours - 14 hours/ week
We are looking for someone who could cover the maternity leave of our Bookkeeper - this could be someone who has experience working with financial information or a specific bookkeeping qualification. We are keen to find someone who understands our values as a church, who takes initiative, is a keen learner, has good communication skills and has a proven record in dealing with confidential information.
The post holder will take overall responsibility for planning and delivering an efficient and compliant bookkeeping service to the Senior Leaders and Trustees. Responsibilities will include bookkeeping, financial reporting, compliance reporting, HR reporting and communicating with church members on giving related issues.
BOOKKEEPER & ADMINISTRATOR (MATERNITY COVER) - UP TO FULL TIME
Hours - up to 35 hours/ week
We are looking for someone who could cover the maternity leave of our Bookkeeper and take on various administrative duties alongside this, for a role that could be full time or part time (between 14 - 35 hours/ week). A successful candidate would be someone who has experience working with financial information or a specific bookkeeping qualification, as well as an excellent eye for administrative detail. We are keen to find someone who understands our values as a church, who takes initiative, is a keen learner, has good communication skills and a proven record in dealing with confidential information.
The post holder will take overall responsibility for planning and delivering an efficient and compliant bookkeeping service to the Senior Leaders and Trustees, as well as responsibility for delivering ministry-related administrative support to the Senior Leaders and Leadership Staff. Responsibilities will include bookkeeping, financial reporting, compliance reporting, HR reporting, communicating with church members on giving related issues and general administrative duties necessary to facilitate the smooth running of the church office.
To apply for either of the roles, please could you send a CV and covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Monday 30th September.