On Palm Sunday- 29th March  2015, Men's Fellowship was established. The men have emulated the good works of Mothers' Union. The Men's Fellowship inaugural service on Father's Day- the 21st June, 2015.

New PCC elected on  the 12th April  2015. The elected lay persons in the PCC are: Amelie Towa (Warden), Regina Musa (Warden), Ronald Cole and Josephine Fofannah (Deanery Synod Representatives). The others are: Erere Akpabaro, Albert Kessebeh, Prince T. Lightfoot-Taylor, Francis Musa (Jnr), Sally Gbonda, Bintu Sesay.

Youth Fellowship- the young people agreed to form their own fellowship (like the Mothers's Union and Men's Fellowship) on Sunday the 19th April. Election of their 4-person executive soon- a president, secretary, treasurer and event coordinator.

The new branch leader of the Mothers' Union (MU) convened her first general meeting on Sunday the 19th April 2015; where they discussed their plan of activities. The previous day, three MU members were at a MU diocesan festival Eucharistic service in Southwark cathedral.

St. George's Day- On Thursday the 23rd, 2015 the church was out in the community to mark this all important English national day at the state of the art community centre in Silwood (Lewington Centre). The foyer of this centre was decorated with St. George's Day symbols. Service-users of this centre were then treated with an English gesture- biscuits and tea were served.

PCC Thanksgiving Service- on Sunday, the 26th April 2015. A service of thanksgiving for the new PCC as well as thanking God for those who served in the 2014 PCC. BBQ just after the church service at the back of the vicarage.

Our new wardens- Amelie Towa and Regina Musa were commissioned on Tuesday the 5th May 2015 at the Visitation Service in Southwark Cathedral.

Funding for our community youth project- on Wednesday, 13th May 2015 we received the cheque from Southwark Council Neighbourhood Funding to kick start 'My Community Youth Project' in Silwood.