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The Welland-Fosse Benefice: Prayers and Notices. Sunday 29th DECEMBER 2019 – – –

The Welland-Fosse Benefice: Prayers and Notices. Sunday 29th DECEMBER 2019 – – –

The Welland-Fosse Benefice: Prayers and Notices.

 Sunday 29th December 2019:

 Sunday 29th December 2019: Christmas I

Please remember in your prayers those who are sick:  Brian, Joe, Pat Simmonds, Ray Kilsby, Honor Harris, Christine Garland, Christine Behets, Robin Rowland and Ann Fowler.

In our wider prayers we continue to remember the Deanery of Towcester and its Rural Dean, Paul McLeod. We pray for holidaymakers, party revellers and our emergency services at this busy time.

Give thanks too for the generosity towards the foodbank in the Benefice.

BARROWDEN:

More intercessors required!  If you would like to help in this way – with training – please speak to Christopher or Daphne Lovering.

The church Wi-Fi code is helpfuldiamond548

MORCOTT:

The Carol service collection raised £237 for Crisis at Christmas. Thank you!

The church is open every day over the Christmas & New Year period: bring visiting family/friends to appreciate its beauty, or just drop in for a quiet prayer.

 

SOUTH LUFFENHAM:

STILL TIME – every Monday 5.30-6pm in Church

 

 

 

See wellandfosse.org for much more information, including contact details for The Very Rev Christopher Armstrong and the churchwardens

 

The Welland-Fosse Benefice: Prayers and Notices. Sunday 22nd DECEMBER 2019 – –

The Welland-Fosse Benefice: Prayers and Notices. Sunday 22nd DECEMBER 2019 – –

The Welland-Fosse Benefice: Prayers and Notices.

 Sunday 22nd December 2019: Advent IV.

Please remember in your prayers those who are sick:  Brian, Joe, Pat Simmonds, Ray Kilsby, Honor Harris, Chris Behets and Christine Garland.

In our wider prayers we continue to remember the Deanery of Towcester and its Rural Dean, Paul McLeod. We pray also for refugees an all those who try and assist them.

Foodbank: Our local foodbanks report an increase of 23% on last year. Please give generously through your local church during Advent.

BARROWDEN:

Midnight mass on Christmas Eve 11.30.

More intercessors required!  If you would like to help in this way – with training – please speak to Christopher or Daphne Lovering.

The church Wi-Fi code is helpfuldiamond548

MORCOTT:

Next services: Christmas Eve Mass 10pm Tuesday 24th Dec, then Sunday 5 January.

The church is open every day over Christmas & New Year: bring visiting family/friends to appreciate its beauty, or just drop in for a quiet prayer.

SOUTH LUFFENHAM:

Thanks to Carole and Tony and all the carol singers who raised over £240 for a local charity. Thanks too to Derek for the refreshments!

WEDNESDAY 25th DECEMBER 11am – Christmas Communion service.

STILL TIME – every Monday 5.30-6pm in Church

TIXOVER:

22nd December: sharing Carol service with at Duddington

Christmas Day Eucharist service at 9.30 am all welcome (Dress to be warm).

 

See wellandfosse.org for much more information, including contact details for The Very Rev Christopher Armstrong and the churchwardens

 

The Welland-Fosse Benefice: Prayers and Notices. Sunday 15th DECEMBER 2019 –

The Welland-Fosse Benefice: Prayers and Notices. Sunday 15th DECEMBER 2019 –

The Welland-Fosse Benefice: Prayers and Notices.

 

 Sunday 15th December 2019: Advent III.

Please remember in your prayers those who are sick:  Brian, Joe, Pat Simmonds, Ray Kilsby, Honor Harris and Christine Garland. Pray too for the departed, including Graham Banks.

In our wider prayers we continue to remember the Deanery of Peterborough and its Rural Dean, Ian Black. We pray too for the induction of the new government.

Foodbank: Our local foodbanks report an increase of 23% on last year. Please give generously through your local church during Advent.

BARROWDEN:

More intercessors required!  If you would like to help in this way – with training – please speak to Christopher or Daphne Lovering.

The church Wi-Fi code is helpfuldiamond548

MORCOTT:

Thank you to those who have decorated and cleaned the church for Christmas, and for today’s refreshments.

Next services: Christmas Eve Mass 10pm Tuesday 24th Dec, then Sunday 5 January.

The church is open every day over Christmas & New Year: bring visiting family/friends to appreciate its beauty, or just drop in for a quiet prayer.

SOUTH LUFFENHAM:

MULLED WINE EVENT Thank you to everyone who helped and supported this.  £885 was made!

FOOD BANK please donate generously.

‘STILL TIME’ – Mondays 5.30-6pm in Church – a time to pop in for as long as you like for quiet prayer for our Church and community.

CAROL SINGING Thursday 19th December 6pm starting at the junction of Cutting Lane with Gatehouse Lane.

Next Sunday  – Holy Communion at 9.30am

Christmas Day – Christmas Communion Service at 11am

 

See wellandfosse.org for much more information, including contact details for The Very Rev Christopher Armstrong and the churchwardens

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The Welland-Fosse Benefice: Prayers and Notices. Sunday 1st DECEMBER 2019

The Welland-Fosse Benefice: Prayers and Notices. Sunday 1st DECEMBER 2019

The Welland-Fosse Benefice: Prayers and Notices.

 Sunday 1st December 2019: Advent Sunday

Please remember in your prayers those who are sick:  Brian, Joe, Pat Simmonds, and Christine Garland.

In our wider prayers we continue to remember the Deanery of Peterborough and its Rural Dean, Ian Black. We pray too for wisdom in assessing electoral promises.

Sermons: Have your say! Please take away a questionnaire from the back of the church and return it to the box by 12 December.

Hustings, Oakham Parish Church, Thursday 5 December, 7.30pm.

Foodbank contributions can be deposited at any of our churches during Advent.

BARROWDEN:

The church Wi-Fi code is helpfuldiamond548

Friday, 6 December: Quiz Night at St Peter’s – teams of 4 – 6, or individuals can join a team.  £12.50 to include packed supper – contact Carol or Peter to book a table.  Proceeds to church reordering.

DUDDINGTON

December 8th: a concert at Duddington Church 3 pm. in aid of Peterborough Downs Syndrome Group, followed my mulled wine etc.

MORCOTT:

The Christmas Star will shine through the chancel window until Epiphany: bring the grandchildren to see it.

Our next services (led by Christopher) are on the Carol Service at 4pm on Sunday 15 Dec, with Refreshments after (a change to normal – no 11am HC that day) and on Christmas Eve 10pm ‘midnight’ Mass with HC.

SOUTH LUFFENHAM:

Our Food Bank Basket is ready for your generous donations.

‘Still Time’ – Mondays 5.30-6pm in Church – a time to pop in for as long as you like for quiet prayer for our Church and community. Or join in from the comfort of your own home. Email sally@saltlane.com for the weekly focus.

Sunday 8th December Mulled Wine and Mince Pies Event 11.30-1pm in the Village Hall. £2.50 entrance (includes mulled wine and a mince pie) – children free!

Sunday 15th December – our 9.30am service will be a Carol Service including building the crib scene.

 

See wellandfosse.org for much more information, including contact details for The Very Rev Christopher Armstrong and the churchwardens

ST PETER’S BARROWDEN RE-ORDERING 2019

ST PETER’S BARROWDEN RE-ORDERING 2019

St Peter’s Barrowden – Re-ordering 2019 – We did it!

On 29th June the villagers of Barrowden and Wakerley welcomed the Bishop of Peterborough to re-open St Peter’s Church following its Re-ordering.

A special service, in the packed church, marked its complete refurbishment over the past 8 months and a journey which began 10 years ago.

A new stone floor with underfloor heating system has been installed; a kitchen and WC added and the old vestry converted into modern meeting room. In addition the church has a new lighting, Wi-Fi, digital organ and sound system so that it can meet the needs of services and events such as lectures and concerts.

Martin Beattie Chair of the Re-ordering Project Group said “We are delighted to re-open the church which is now fit for the 21st century. We truly have an ancient building which has been made more beautiful and meets the needs of both parishioners and the local community”.

The builders were W.W. Brown of Market Harborough who delivered the project on budget and to time, to the plans drawn up by the Architect John Eaton.

Martin concluded “Our objectives have been to make the church more sustainable, more user-friendly and to create a new community space whilst enhancing the beauty and sanctity of this ancient building.

 

We think we have delivered these aims! “

            

History and Funding

After plans for the Re-ordering were finally approved in late 2016 the Project group set about the task of raising near £400,000 to finance the works.

The budget was £374,000 :

The cost of the building work and fees        £305k

New organ                                                     £29k

New Oak Seating                                          £31k

Sundry costs                                                   £9k

Money Raised :

Barrowden and Wakerley PCC                     £85k

Local Giving                                                  £88k

Events fundraising                                        £18k

External Grants                                           £133k

Diocesan Loan                                              £50k

The church made available its own reserves and first began with a local appeal to villagers in 2017.  Immense support from the local community was given and fund raising was achieved in a little over two years.

The success of the appeal allowed for grants to be sought and £133,000 was raised through the generous support of:

Awards for All

All Churches Trust

Augean – Kings Cliffe – Community Fund

Beatrice Laing Trust

The J Reginald Corah Foundation Fund

Maud Elkington Trust

The Jill Franklin Trust

Garfield Weston Foundation

Hickinbotham Trust

The Hobson Charity Ltd

Jack Patston Charitable Trust

Mick George Landfill Community Fund

Rutland Historic Churches Preservation Trust

Burghley Preservation Trust

We had a success rate of 14% (6 rejections to one positive).

CHURCH NOTICES SUNDAY 3RD NOVEMBER 2019

CHURCH NOTICES SUNDAY 3RD NOVEMBER 2019

The Welland-Fosse Benefice: Prayers and Notices.

 Sunday 3 November 2019: the Fourth Sunday before Advent.

Please remember in your prayers those in need: Sara, Joe, Pat Simmonds, and Christine Garland.

In our wider prayers we remember the Deanery of Peterborough and its Rural Dean, Ian Black.

Next Sunday is Remembrance Sunday.  Please note the slight changes in service start times – all earlier to accommodate the National Silence.

Individual Parish Notices:

BARROWDEN:

The church Wi-Fi code is helpfuldiamond548

Saturday, 30 November: Celtic evening at St Peter’s – music from Dick Clarke and       Chris Dunn featuring Scottish, Irish and Transatlantic songs.  £10.  Tickets from Peter Voller.

Friday, 6 December: Quiz Night at St Peter’s – teams of 6, or individuals can join a team £12.50 to include packed supper – contact Carol or Peter to book a table.

MORCOTT:

Remembrance Sunday service 10.55am led by Simon Aley. We hope to have Captain Tom Hall-Wilson, of the Royal Artillery, take part in the service.

SOUTH LUFFENHAM:

Next Sunday Remembrance Service EARLY START AT 9.20am.

REMEMBRANCE LUNCH: Sunday 10th November in the Village Hall 12.30 for 1.00pm   Tickets: Adult £12, children £5, under 5s free.   In aid of the Royal British Legion.  Tickets from Janet and Helen.

‘Still Time’ – a time for quiet prayer (especially for our Church as we think about making improvements to the building) – in Church on Mondays 5.30-6pm. Come and stay for as many minutes as you like.

VILLAGE HALL FUND RAISING EVENT – Saturday 23rd November ‘Back to the 80’s Party Night’ 7.30-11.30pm. Tickets £15 including chili supper (veg option available) from Sally or Tracy.

See wellandfosse.org for much more information, including contact details for The Very Rev Christopher Armstrong and the churchwardens

HARVEST SERVICE AND HARVEST LUNCH 13TH OCTOBER 2019

HARVEST SERVICE AND HARVEST LUNCH 13TH OCTOBER 2019

Harvest Service at St. Peters Barrowden on

13th October at 11.00 am.

 

 

Harvest Lunch in Village Hall

12.30 for 1 pm.

 This will be a Bring and Share lunch and there will be a bar.

 It is open to everyone and if you wish to come

please let Kay Bagshaw or Alison Last know

01572 748797 or 01572 747828

Email : kareen.bagshaw@btinternet.com or

stealilast@btinternet.com

EXPLORING CHRISTIANITY 2019 MONDAY 9TH SEPTEMBER 2019 7.00PM

EXPLORING CHRISTIANITY 2019 MONDAY 9TH SEPTEMBER 2019 7.00PM

Exploring Christianity 2019

 

Is there a God?

        Puzzled by Christian belief,

                the problem of Evil?

                        Lost in services?

Then this course could be for you!

The Course gives you the opportunity of exploring the Christian Faith further in a mature setting.  Confirmation may follow but there is no obligation. To cover the basics of Christianity will require 6 sessions. The teaching is conducted in an informal manner with a variety of approaches.

Both juniors (10+) and adults are invited to consider the course in small groups or individually if necessary.

An Open Meeting will be held at The Rectory, Church Lane, Barrowden, LE15 8ED on Monday 9 September at 7.00pm.

Further Information can be obtained from The Priest-in-Charge, Christopher Armstrong on 01572 748634 or by email, chris.armstrong60@yahoo.com