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We are a welcoming multi-national all-age congregation seeking to offer sanctuary in the bustling town centre of Edgware. Whether you are a casual visitor during the hours the church is open for prayer, a regular at our Wednesday coffee morning (10am - 12 noon) or a curious seeker of God in your life, we are here to offer sanctuary.
We focus on the Gospel of Jesus Christ as the doorway to salvation in our worship, preaching, activities and outreach. We host weekly small Life Groups as an aid to fellowship and spiritual growth, where everyone can connect with others and share our lives.
We take Safeguarding seriously and annually review our policy which can be viewed here. You can contact St Margaret's Safeguarding officer Maureen Barnard by email. Details regarding other safeguarding contacts and useful numbers in the event of an emergency can be found here.
Sally joined the team in September 2016 having completed her curacy at St Mary's Great Chesham. She brings a wealth of leadership and business experience from her career at the London Stock Exchange. She is passionate about mission and worship, and is a regular advocate for persecuted Christians in Pakistan and she and her husband, Hammad Baily, have an international music ministry, Voice for Jesus.
The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has awarded £19,988 to Edgware Parochial Church Council to turn the churchyard at St Margaret of Antioch in Station Road, Edgware, into a multifunctional space for the community.
The funding comes as part of a £1.13million pot which has been awarded to 55 projects across the capital through the Mayor's Greener City Fund Community Green Space Grants 2018.
The grants aim to give people the chance to create new and improved green spaces in the hope to make London the first national park city, with more than half of the capital green by 2050.
Andrew Dismore, London Assembly member for Barnet and Camden, said: 'This is very welcome news for the people of Edgware..."
Rev Sally Baily, Vicar of St Margaret's Church said: "We are delighted to receive this grant which will enable us to transform the churchyard into a sanctuary for the local community to come and rest in this historic, tranquil green space in the heart of Edgware."
Following consultation with local community members and stakeholders development started in 2018 and is continuing. If you would like to find out more about the plans for developing the churchyard and contribute ideas please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
We have produced a short video to explain some of the ideas we have for improving the churchyard.
Join us for our Open Day on Saturday 20th July 2019 12 - 3pm.
Come and explore the churchyard, the ancient Tower with working bells and enjoy refreshments inside the church.
Activities for everyone.
Come and join us on Saturday 20th July
4pm to watch the family film Madagasar
6pm to watch the film
he Greatest Showman
Entrance free of charge. Popcorn and icecream available, donations welcome
Harvest Celebration with Lemon Bake off and Vegetable animal creations - Oct 2017
New Wine Summer Gathering July 2017 - a small group from St Margaret's attended the New Wine Summer Gathering at The Royal Bath and Wells Showground, Shepton Mallet in July this year. Here are a few pictures of the adventure.
Camping in tents and a caravan, sharing testimonies of healing and words of knowledge, lots of food, BBQ's, and ice cream at Wells.
August 2017 Summer Garden Party - the new vicarage garden was transformed with bunting and gazebos, the weather was fine and everyone enjoyed the homemade cakes, scones and delicious savouries. Thanks to all who helped with baking and setting up for this event, and all who turned out to enjoy the afternoon.
Our Team Vicar - Rev'd Sally Baily - joined us on 5th September 2016. You can contact Sally by email.
Information about St Margaret's can be obtained from our Parish Office, normally open Monday - Friday 9.30am - 2.30pm. Telephone 020 8952 4066 or email us at email@example.com