All are Welcome at any of our Services
across the Benefice this Sunday, Trinity 17
|9.30am South Luffenham Church:
|| Harvest Festival and Lunch (CA )
|St Peters, Barrowden
||Church closed. Join with Wakerley at 3.00pm
|3.00pm Wakerley Church
|5.30pm Tixover Church
||Harvest Festival plus supper
Readings: James 3. 13- 4. 3, 7-8a Mark 9.30-37
CA =The Very Reverend Christopher Armstrong AR = Mrs Ann Robinson, Reader
On the last Sunday service before St. Peter’s Barrowden closed,
the Elastic band accompanied the service with their music.
We are very proud to have such a group in the village
We hope to see them again soon after the improvements are finished ,
and also possibly around the Benefice .
THE CONTEMPLATION GROUP
IS MEETING AT 6.00PM
at 23c Main Street, BARROWDEN
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.
“ Leave behind all noise and confusion. Look within yourself .
Hear the word in quietness that you may understand it” St.Augustine.
Contemplation is an age old practice 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
A VERY SPECIAL CELEBRATION FOR THE WHOLE BENEFICE
AT MORCOTT CHURCH ON SUNDAY 16TH SEPTEMBER 2018
Malcolm was celebrated 57 years of his ordination to the priesthood at Morcott Church.
Many people from all over the benefice came.
He had a lovely unexpected surprise
when his son and daughter in law
THE RE-ORDERING BEGINS.
LAST SATURDAY ALL WERE INVITED TO VISIT THE CHURCH TO PURCHASE ITEMS THAT WILL NOT BE NEEDED OR WILL BE REPLACED AS THE BUILDING IS MADE MORE WELCOMING WITH MODERN FACILITIES AND COMFORTS.
Many people had memories of important events in their lives which would be commemorated by their purchases.
All money that was raised will go towards the re-ordering funds.
All are Welcome at any of our Services
across the Benefice this Sunday Trinity 16
- 9.30.am South Luffenham Church: Morning Praise (AR)
- 9.30amTixover Church Holy communion (BCP) (CA)
- 11.00am Morcott Church Holy communion (CA)
- With the closure for re-ordering, worshippers from Barrowden will be welcome at all Benefice Services
- 5.00 pm Duddington Church Harvest Festival plus Supper (CA)
Readings:James 3.1-12 Mark 8. 27-end BCP Ephesians 3.13-end Luke 7. 11-17
CA = The Very Reverend Christopher Armstrong AR = Mrs Ann Robinson, Reader
St. Peter’s Church, Barrowden is now closed for services until May 2019 due to major refurbishment.
We would therefore like to make you aware that you will be very welcome to attend services at other churches within the Benefice and details of times etc. are available in the village magazine or on the Welland Fosse website (wellandfosse.org). If you would like a lift to any of the services, then please contact one of the following would be happy to help:-
Martin Beattie 01780 721659
Kay Bagshaw 747797
David Lovering 747670
Janet Verest 747994
For those wishing to visit the churchyard, then this is possible but we will need to make arrangements with the builders for access, and again please make contact with the above. We do hope that this does not cause too much inconvenience in the short term.
Barrowden & Wakerley PCC
This Sunday was the Family Service at St.Peter’s .
The Band played , the organ resounded as all is prepared for a closure of 6 months , while the new heating, floor, servery and toilet are fitted.
In the months ahead Wakerley is holding some of our special services , that is Harvest Festival and Remembrance.
All our welcome at the other Churches in the benefice . Duddington has agreed to host our 8.00 a.m. service on the third Sunday of the month.
All are Welcome at any of our Services across the Benefice
Sunday 9th September, Trinity 15
• 9.30 am South Luffenham Church: Family Service (CA)
• 11.00 am Barrowden Church: Family Communion (CA)
Readings: James 2.1-10 (11-13) 14-17 Mark 7.24-end.
CA = The Very Reverend Christopher Armstrong, AR=Mrs Ann Robinson, Reader