Join us for a very special occasion this Sunday 8th, when Wicken church will be open between 2pm and 5pm. a rare opportunity to look around our very special church and view exhibitions about the church and village history. The day will finish with a traditional evensong with the Benefice Choir singing and a special guest preacher, the Archdeacon of Northampton, Ven Richard Ormston.
Thy will be done, on earth, as it is in Heaven
The Churches are Praying
in preparation for Pentecost (Whitsun)
when the Disciples of Jesus
received the Holy Spirit
You are invited to join us in prayer
at St. Nicholas Potterspury
at 9.00am Morning Prayer and
5.00pm Evening Prayer
Monday 9th to Thursday 12th May and at St. Leonards Yardley Gobion at 12.00 noon Monday 9th to Friday 13th May
We had a great time at Cosgrove Church at the weekend – Baptism, flowers, history, signing the Birthday Card and teas – of course!
If you missed it – come next time we have a “do”. You’re always welcome!
Cosgrove Church is open every day during daylight hours. The Candle exhibition and some of the displays will be there for a few days yet if you want to come and see it.
There’s still time to come to our last History talk for 2016 which is on Thursday May 5th at 7.30 and is about our map evidence from the 19th century – sounds boring but there are stories and jokes!
Cosgrove Church is celebrating the Queen’s 90th Birthday with a weekend of festivities. Join us on Saturday 23rd or Sunday 24th April 2016 for an exhibition of facts and flowers about both the Queen and the village of Cosgrove over the last 90 years.
On Sunday 24th April we will have a special service at 11 am in honour of her Majesty, and on both 23rd and 24th April our exhibition, featuring special Birthday Teas (of course, it’s Cosgrove!) will be in the Church from 2 to 4 pm.
It’s a Party! Come along and sign the card for the Queen! Don’t miss it!
St Leonards, Yardley Gobion is open during the day for prayer, as is St Nicholas’ Potterspury and St Peter & St Paul, Cosgrove.
We are meeting this evening 22nd March at St Nicholas Potterspury at 8pm to say Compline and think about the events of Holy Week. We will also be praying for those affected by the explosions in Brussels this morning.
Today we begin our 40 days observance of Lent, leading to Holy week and Easter, which is on 27th March this year. We have a Communion Service at St Nicholas, Potterspury at 7.30pm this evening, to begin our Lenten observance. Here we will have ashes placed on our foreheads as a reminder of how our lives can never be taken for granted – day by day we need to rely on God’s love and grace in our living out our life of faith as Christians. Then next week, we will begin our Lent Groups, on Tuesday afternoons at 3pm and Wednesday evenings at 7.30pm. For more information click here – Lent Leaflet