A day conference for all who work with children
Saturday 10 May 2014
All Saints School, Boughton Green Road, Kingsthorpe, Northampton NN2 7AJ
Kenote Speaker - Sharon Prior
Worship * Networking * Marketplace * Good News * Mission Ideas
Training for Eucharistic Assistants
Saturday 17th May 2014 at St Andrew's Whissendine, LE15 7HG
10am to 4pm
Led by the Revd. Canon John Westwood and Ann Burridge
Diocesan Youth Pilgrimage to Taize
led by Bishop John. Open to all aged 16-29
26 July - 4 August
£215 inc travel
This day is open to anyone currently offering a ministry of spiritual direction.
Saturday 10th May 2014
at Bouverie Court, Northampton, NN4 7YD
We're saying thank you for all our clergy
Saturday 7 June
School bands - sparkling wine - cake
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Thursday 24 April 2014
Speaker: Right Revd. John Flack (Honorary Assistant Bishop of Peterborough) "My time as the Archbishop of Canterbury's Representative to the Holy See and Director of the Anglican Centre in Rome". 7.30pm at Burton Latimer, St Mary the Virgin NN15 5LU.
Friday 25 April 2014
8pm at Crick, St Margaret NN6 7TP. £8 or £5 for school students. All proceeds to the Friends of St. Margaret's for the ongoing restoration of this wonderful old church.
Saturday 26 April 2014
The Sitovetsky TrioAlexander Sitovetsky, Violin, Leonard Elsenbroich, Cello, Wu Qian, PianoSAINT-SAENS: Piano Trio no 2 RAVEL: Piano Trio DVOŘÁK: Piano Trio No 3 in F minor, Op 65. Lyddington, St Andrew LE15 9LN.
Saturday 26 April 2014
In his day Ricky was the support act to stars such as Jerry Lee Lewis. He was also the first Welshman to have a Number 1 hit (ahead of Tom Jones), with his recording of Tell Laura I Love Her in September 1960. Since then Ricky has continued his career in the music business. He now lives in Spain and returns regularly to tour in the UK. During his concert Ricky will sing some well known songs of the 1960s, as well as country music and ballads. He will also tell his life story, from his beginnings as the eldest of seven children in South Wales, through his successful singing career and later period of depression, to the deep Christian faith that informs his life today. 7.30pm at Eye, St Matthew PE6 7UP. £10 (including interval refreshments).
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St Matthew’s Northampton, well known for its famous art works, staged an exhibition with a difference just before Easter. It was a Messy Easter Morning followed by The Great Eggshibition, organised by the church’s Children’s and Families’ Worker Charlotte Lait.
Bishop Donald was joined by most of the clergy of the diocese and their supporters in Peterborough Cathedral for the traditional Maunday Thursday Chrism Service.
Bishop John recently accompanied the Rt Revd Peter Doyle, the Roman Catholic Bishop of Northampton on a visit to the Hope Centre, based in Oasis House in Northampton. The charity works with a number of partner organisations within the building to combat homelessness, poverty and deprivation.