Hi! My name is Dee Davis and I’m the London Royal Voluntary Service, Activity Co-ordinator for Southwark and surrounding boroughs.
As part of a programme called First Time for Everything, I organise one-off activities for people 55 years plus giving them new opportunities to engage in something they may never have tried before.
… So we’ve done salsa dancing, drama and origami, to name but a few.
Future events are as follows:
- SEATED Zumba (seated exercise and dance class) Thursday 20th December, 2pm–4.30pm, Peckham.
Then from January – March 2019 I’ll be running the following one-off sessions:
- How to Tell a Good Joke!
- Watercolour Painting OR Art With a Difference
- 50s, 60s & 70s Singing Afternoon with a Little Bit of Dancing!
**Spaces are limited. Please book your space by contacting me:**
Ms Dee Davis
Mobile number – 07388 950130 Email me at: email@example.com
I look forward to meeting you at an event!
Look us up on the Internet – First Time for Everything Website: www.royalvoluntaryservice.org.uk/get-help/social- activities/social-event
Royal Voluntary Service Website: www.royalvoluntaryservice.org.uk/
Come and join us for a day of commemoration, education and hope. Anyone is welcome whether of faith or not.
Whoever kills an innocent person it is as if he has killed all of humanity. Quran 5:32
How very good and pleasant it is when kindred live together in unity. Psalm 133
The voice of our common humanity is louder and more powerful than the voices of violence and hatred. For those who would draw down a veil of darkness, oppression and repression, love was perfected on the cross by Christ and perpetual fear was cast out. Pray for the turning of hearts and for the release of those enslaved by evil into true liberation and freedom. In our anger and bewilderment, we cannot and must not join in the suppression of humanity nor the language of malice.
Tomorrow, Maundy Thursday I will kneel down in front of someone with a bowl of water and a towel and perform one of the greatest privileges afforded to me – I will wash their feet. Although a privilege, it is also daunting and intimate. This was a foul task, reserved for the lowest servant or possibly given as a punishment. Imagine the streets dusty and littered with animal dung. Our streets are no better now. The heat of the day probably didn’t help despite the sandals. So what do I get from it? A sense of self righteousness or the attitude of the martyr? For me, it is one of the few actions that I can perform in exact emulation of Jesus and it is a miracle. So much is wordlessly spoken when we stoop before someone else and show them that they are loved and accepted. Your dust and dirt can be washed away so that the inner you can shine all the brighter. After drying the feet, I will add a spot of perfumed oil so that the fragrance of the grace of God may linger.