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CHURCH SERVICES: SUNDAY 22nd JULY 2018

CHURCH SERVICES: SUNDAY 22nd JULY 2018

 

All are Welcome at any of our Services across the Benefice this Sunday,  Mary Magdalene.

• 9.30 am South Luffenham Church:     Holy Communion  and Baptism (CA )
• 11.00 am Barrowden Church:               Holy Communion (CA)

Readings:  2. Cor. 5. 14 – 17   John 20. 1 -2 , 11 – 18
CA =The Very Reverend Christopher Armstrong AR = Mrs Ann Robinson, Reader

St Mary’s Church South Luffenham presents SUMMER IN THE VILLAGE

St Mary’s Church South Luffenham presents SUMMER IN THE VILLAGE

ST MARYS CHURCH SOUTH LUFFENHAM  

PRESENTS
‘SUMMER IN THE VILLAGE’

Summer activities for kids, families and the community…
ROUNDERS : 26th July, 2nd, 9th, 16th August 6-7pm @ South Luffenham Cricket Ground
Casual, fun games of rounders, all ages and abilities welcome to play.
Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Participation at own risk.

Community Walk and Picnic Monday 6th August 10.30-1pm

meet at South Luffenham Playground , 3 mile walk on roads to North Luffenham with

Kids’ Nature Treasure Hunt

returning to the playground in South Luffenham.

Bring your own picnic to eat together at the playground – or just join us for the picnic!

Crafts & Coffee Monday 13th August 10.30-11.30g @South Luffenham Village Hall

Children’s crafts and activities and tea and coffee for grown-ups

Suitable for families with children from birth to age 11. Entry £1.50 per family, tea and coffee included

Church Family Service 12th August and 9th September 9.30 @St Mary’s Church South Luffenham
Service for families with songs for children

CHURCH SERVICES: SUNDAY 8th JULY 2018

CHURCH SERVICES: SUNDAY 8th JULY 2018

All are Welcome at any of our Services

across the Benefice this Sunday,  Trinity 6

• 9.30 am South Luffenham Church:         Family Service  (AR) by extension.
• 11.00 am Barrowden Church:            Family Communion (AR) by extension

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Readings: 2 Cor. 12. 2 – 10  Mark 6. 1-13

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CA = The Very Reverend Christopher Armstrong, AR=Mrs Ann Robinson, Reader

DUDDINGTON SUNDAY SERVICE AND LIGHT OF AFRICA EXPERIENCE JULY 1ST 2018

DUDDINGTON SUNDAY SERVICE AND LIGHT OF AFRICA EXPERIENCE JULY 1ST 2018

After the 9.30am service in Duddington on Sunday  1st July 2018,

Audrey and Ray Kilsby  shared their recent experience of a visit to

The Light In Africa Childrens Home, Tanzania. 

We very much appreciated the support provided during the Duddington Family Service on the morning of Sunday, 1 July and were pleased to share with all of those present some of our experiences during our recent visit to Tanzania.  ‘Light in Africa’ is very dear to our hearts and we will be actively supporting this charity for as long as we are able to do so.  It was wonderful to see our church so full.” Audrey and Ray.

Below is a photograph of  the presentation of a birthday cake to celebrate Audrey’s 80th birthday .

CHURCH SERVICES: SUNDAY JULY 1st 2018

CHURCH SERVICES: SUNDAY JULY 1st 2018

All are Welcome at any of our Services across the Benefice this Sunday, Trinity 5

• 8.00 am  Barrowden Church                             Holy communion (BCP)( CA)
• 9.30 am  Duddington Church                           Holy communion (CA)
• 11.00 am Morcott Church                                  Holy Communion (CA)
• 6.00 pm South Luffenham Church                  Evensong (BCP)(AR)
Readings : 2 Cor.8.7 – end . Mark 5. 21 – end. BCP 1 Peter 3. 8-15a  Luke 5. 1-11

CA = The Very Reverend Christopher Armstrong AR= Mrs Anne Robinson (Reader)
BCP= Book of Common Prayer

SUNDAY 24th JUNE 11.00 am ST. PETER’S PATRONAL FESTIVAL

SUNDAY 24th JUNE 11.00 am ST. PETER’S PATRONAL FESTIVAL

ST PETER’S PATRONAL FESTIVAL.

 
Stilling of the Storm (Mk. 4.35 – 41)
Masses of beautiful flowers; the church cleaned and polished; a wonderful peal of bells and rushes on the floor to celebrate.
A great calm followed the storm. Some places accumulate an atmosphere of peace and churches are high up among them. We go there to seek peace, not to escape but to renew ourselves for daily life where peace is so often very scarce.
Janet and Brian collect the rushes for the Patronal Festival at Barrowden Church.