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  • In this website, there are useful sections on matters such as getting married in church, having your child christened or organising a funeral. You’ll also find a great deal of ‘nuts and bolts’ information on this site for clergy, lay ministers and all those other people involved in the day-to-day running of our churches.

     

    But whatever you are looking for, I hope you’ll also get a feel of the Diocese and its people. We believe in church growth and are inspired to follow Jesus Christ in faith and love. I hope you enjoy browsing and that you can find what you are looking for. 

     

    Rt Revd Donald Allister

      The Rt Revd Donald Allister
    Bishop of Peterborough
     
     

    The Rt Revd John Holbrook

      The Rt Revd John Holbrook
    Bishop of Brixworth
     

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  • Latest News

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  • Upcoming Events

    <span>Tuesday 23rd August 2022 from 7.30pm</span><br/>
Tony Juniper, Chair of Natural England, offers a fresh perspective on how we can reverse the damage to our planet.
    What's Really Happening to our Planet?
    Tuesday 23rd August 2022 from 7.30pm
    Tony Juniper, Chair of Natural England, offers a fresh perspective on how we can reverse the damage to our planet. Read More

    <span>Saturday 27th to Monday 29th August 2022 from 10am</span><br/>
This year's theme
    Thorney Abbey Flower Festival
    Saturday 27th to Monday 29th August 2022 from 10am
    This year's theme "What an Achievement!" and to include Bric-a-Brac, Raffle and Refreshments stalls. Read More

    17-25 September 2022 </br>A 9 day Pilgrimage to the Holy Land led by Bishop Donald
    Peterborough Diocesan Pilgrimage
    17-25 September 2022
    A 9 day Pilgrimage to the Holy Land led by Bishop Donald Read More

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  • Daily Cycle of Prayer

    Corby St John the Baptist with the Epiphany; Gretton St James the Great
    Rector and Town Missioner: Paul Frost Readers: Hilary Buckingham, Paul Buckingham, Catherine Hill, Licensed Lay Minister: Sue Brittain
    We thank God for his faithfulness during the pandemic and the number of unexpected blessings he has given to us. At St John’s as we restructure our ministry teams, pray that we will become more effective at making disciples of Jesus Christ. Pray especially that we will equip people to serve Jesus well in both the church and our community. At St James’ we pray that following on from the Leading Your Church into Growth course, we will be bold in creating an invitational culture.
    Pray also for our trainee Readers, John and Lesley, that God will continue to equip and guide them as they take on new roles. Please pray for our mission project, the Chapel Gym, and especially our work with young people who are at risk of being permanently excluded from school. Pray that the gym’s streamline
    ‘where change happens’ will increasingly become the reality.

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