Single Friendly Church welcomes you to a wonderful day out in London's trendy East End.
Join us for an enjoyable guided walk in Spitalfields taking in many of the rich sites London has to offer! This event will be a great opportunity for single Christians to mingle and meet new people.
This event will be a great chance to see this country's unique Christian history come to life while meeting and getting to know new people in a relaxed setting.
Our last guided tour was a huge success and sold out, so we encourage you to BOOK NOW!
"The East End in Victorian times was made infamous by Jack the Ripper and was characterised by grinding poverty and slums. But it was also the site of many hostels, missions and soup kitchens. Perhaps nowhere has Christian Mission found and met the great needs of London more than in this part of the city. Come with us to E1 to hear about these local Christian heroes, from the first British Baptist church that was founded in 1611 to the Huguenots who settled there after fleeing persecution in France."
Time: 2:15pm for a prompt 2.30pm start, finishing at approximately 4:45pm
Meeting point: 2:15pm at Liverpool Street Station outside the Bishopsgate West exit at the top of the escalators/stairs and set off for the walk
Post-tour Socialising (optional): Drinks will follow at a nearby bar/pub for those who want a chance to a chance to chat and mingle
If places have sold out please do join the waiting list. If more places become available we will contact everyone on the waiting list.
You can join the waiting list by clicking on the green ticket button – it will then invite you to join the list.
Cancellations require at least 5 working days notice prior to the event to claim a full refund, subject to a £5 cancellation fee per ticket. Less than 5 working days notice - no refund payable.
If you have any queries or experience problems booking, please email email@example.com
N.B. This event is open to all ages
Keith's ministry has been mostly as pastor-teacher in Baptist Churches around the country. His passion for church history led him to London and to his involvement in organising Christian walking tours.
Information correct as of May 23, 2019 02:30