Hopeweaver Team

Leading the Community of Hopeweavers

The team meet six times a year to provide oversight, leadership and accountability for the life of the Community of Hopeweavers.  

We are a group of 11 lay and ordained people from a variety of churches and traditions, who have made a commitment to serve as the core team and were elected at our recent AGM in March 2019.  We meet to prayerfully support each other as we seek to discern God's call to us. We do appreciate your prayers and Members are always welcome to consider whether they are being called to stand as part of this leadership team.  We are pleased to be led by Jen, Philippa and Paul, the three elected Guardians of the Community of Hopeweavers. 

Jane Castle, Jackie Cooper, Judi Galbraith, 
Jen Lambert, Paul Lambert, Gill Leppitt, Paul Leppitt, 
Revd Philippa Mills, Geoff Poulton, 
Ang Whitmore, Revd Jeff Williams.

Our Team last met via zoom in September 2020 and will meet next in November.  Please continue to let us know your priorities for 
the Community of Hopeweavers. 

A Rhythm of Life through Prayer ...

All our work at Hopeweavers is held within a rhythm of stillness, silence and prayer.  This is maintained by individuals and by those who gather in groups at various places.  group from several local churches meet in West End for Morning Prayer on Wednesday mornings from 8.45 - 9.30 am.  

You are welcome to join us, to let us know your prayer requests and we ask that you pray for us too.  In addition, some of us meet to share Midday Prayer on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12 - 12.30 pm including an extended time of stillness. You are welcome to join Members and Friends in Shirley for Midday Prayer on Wednesdays - please contact us for details.

On most Fridays and Saturday Quiet Days, we offer Holy Communion led by an Anglican priest. There is no need to book for these times of prayer.  

Please note that during our fallow months of April and August, the Community share a different rhythm of prayer. Members pray in their own churches and in various homes across the area.  There are no open times of prayer in West End during these fallow months.  Please contact us for further details 

If you would like to know more about the team, our story, rhythm of prayer or to leave a request for prayer, contact us.

 Updated 14/09/20  


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