A Benefice Christingle Service will be held at South Luffenham Church
SATURDAY 15th December
Christingles will be provided.
Collection for The Children’s Society.
All are Welcome
at any of our Services across the Benefice this Sunday Advent 3
|9.30.am South Luffenham Church||Morning Praise (AR)|
|9.30 am Tixover Church||Holy Communion (CA) (BCP)|
|11.00am Morcott Church||Crib and Carol Service (CA)|
Readings: Zeph. 3. 14-end Luke 3. 7-18 BCP: Isa.ch.35 Matt. 11. 2-10
CA = The Very Reverend Christopher Armstrong AR = Mrs Ann Robinson, Reader
BCP = Book of Common Prayer
All are Welcome at our Service in the Benefice this Sunday,
|9.30 am South Luffenham Church||Family Communion (CA)|
Readings: Baruch Ch. 5 Luke 3. 1-6
CA = The Very Reverend Christopher Armstrong, AR=Mrs Ann Robinson, Reader
A special entertainment in Morcott gets the festive season off to the perfect start!
“Cameos of Christmas” is a celebration of the season in poetry and prose, with readings to move you and make you laugh, ranging from Charles Dickens to Laurie Lee via John Betjeman and Alan Coren. There will be mulled wine, mince pies and favourite Carols to sing.
When? Sunday 9 December 2018, starting at 4.30pm (and finishing around 6pm)
Where? St Mary the Virgin Church Morcott
What? A fundraiser for church and fun for all. Everyone’s invited, not just Morcott folk.
How much? A snip at £7.50 for an unreserved seat, loan of a cosy blanket, a mug of mulled wine, a mince pie and an hour or so’s festive entertainment! Call Alison Johnson on 01572 747 381 for your tickets now, or email alisonejohnson (at) aol (dot) com
All are welcome to our Church Service this Sunday
CHRIST THE KING
9.30 am South Luffenham Family Communion (CA)
Readings : Rev. 1. 4b-8 John 18. 33-37
CA =The Very Reverend Christopher Armstrong
THE CONTEMPLATIVE PRAYER MEETING
is held on the last Monday of each month at 6.00 pm
at 23c Main Street, BARROWDEN
Come for a quiet moment of reflection in the peace and love of God’s presence.
Welcome for a time of silence to reflect, pray or
enjoy centring self to the calm of the moment.
People may drop in for any period of time within that hour
silently entering and leaving so not to disturb.
Silent reflection can be carried out alone, one can eat alone but is so much more uniting when shared with others.
“ Where two or three have gathered in My name, there I am in their midst” Matthew 18:20