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June 2018

Saturday 30 June - Sunday 1 July 2018

A Century and a Half of Wedding Dresses

The exhibition will chart the evolution of bridal fashion from 1870 to the present day with displays of wedding dresses, shoes, veils and photographs.

A wedding cake will set the bridal scene and the church will be decorated with flower arrangements as though a wedding is to take place.

Homemade cakes and refreshments will be served in the village hall and all proceeds will go to the conservation of St Andrew's and the village hall.

Cotterstock, St Andrew, PE8 5HD

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July 2018

Tuesday 3 July 2018

Interfaith practice: current research and future action

Join us at our student-led conference featuring the latest in interfaith research showcased through thought-provoking presentations. There will also be opportunities where you can discuss more informally with students about their work.

Allia Future Business Centre, Peterborough PE2 8AN

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Tuesday 3 July 2018

Exploring spirituality reflecting on the BBC Series - The Big Silence

In this series Abbot Christopher Jamison believes that he can teach five ordinary people the value of silent meditation so they can make it part of their everyday lives.

We will take six Tuesday evenings to watch extracts from ‘The Big Silence’ to see where they will take us.
(See poster below for other dates)

101 Hesketh Road, Yardley Gobion, NN12 7TX

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Wednesday 4 July 2018

Wednesday at One

Come along for a lunchtime service and some food.

Every Wednesday at 13.00, the Cathedral holds a 'Wednesday at One' service, consisting of a prayer, a hymn and a talk – followed by lunch. This is an ideal opportunity to share in a lunchtime service (and also, of course, some lunch).

Peterborough Cathedral, PE1 1XS

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Saturday 7 July 2018

Newton Bromswold Village Fete

Rushden Mission Band.  Stalls and games.  Afternoon teas.
The Children’s Fancy Dress competition will be judged at 3.10pm, and the theme is Peter Rabbit and Friends.

St. Peter’s Churchyard, Newton Bromswold NN10 0SR

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Saturday 7 July 2018

Summer Fete

With over 20 stalls and games, Roman pottery display, fairground rides, food, drink, ice cream with entertainment throughout the day by: Tu Danse – Peterborough Dance School, City of Peterborough Youth Ensemble and Thomas Dunleavy – singer and guitarist.

Itter Park, Peterborough PE4 6SW

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Tuesday 10 July 2018

Exploring spirituality reflecting on the BBC Series - The Big Silence

In this series Abbot Christopher Jamison believes that he can teach five ordinary people the value of silent meditation so they can make it part of their everyday lives.

We will take six Tuesday evenings to watch extracts from ‘The Big Silence’ to see where they will take us.
(See poster below for other dates)

101 Hesketh Road, Yardley Gobion, NN12 7TX

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Wednesday 11 July 2018

Wednesday at One

Come along for a lunchtime service and some food.

Every Wednesday at 13.00, the Cathedral holds a 'Wednesday at One' service, consisting of a prayer, a hymn and a talk – followed by lunch. This is an ideal opportunity to share in a lunchtime service (and also, of course, some lunch).

Peterborough Cathedral, PE1 1XS

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Saturday 14 July 2018

Pelléas Ensemble at Lyddington

Music in Lyddington aims to provide music-lovers in Rutland and its surroundings with fine music in a regular series of high quality concerts, and to encourage young musicians.  

More information about this programme and ways to book can be found on the flyer below.

Lyddington, St Andrew LE15 9LR

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Saturday 14 July 2018

At Work and In Work: Eyes to See God on Mondays

The 2018 Richard Beadon Lecture

given by Neil Hudson from the London Institute of Contemporary Christianity (LICC)

Saturday 14 July 2018

Thrapston, St James, NN14 4NP

2.00pm to 5.15pm

Free and open to all.

Bring friends. Drinks and canapés. Hosted by Bishop John.

Please book so we know you are coming:
bookings@peterborough-diocese.org.uk or 01604 887049

From Genesis to Revelation, the main action in the Bible happens in the 'ordinary' spaces of peoples' lives. It's in the fields of farmers, in local government offices, in local businesses that people become alert to a new sense of what God is doing.

Is that possible for us? What would it look like and how could we help one another to become more aware of how God is at work and where he is at work with us? This has implications for us as individuals when we are alone, but also for us as churches when we gather.

In our time together we will try to explore both aspects of our Christian life.

Thrapston, St James Church, NN14 4NP

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Sunday 15 July 2018

Take Eat and Drink Training for Eucharistic Assistants

Led by the Revd. Adrian Holdstock.

Ketton Church Congregational Hall, Chapel Lane, Ketton, PE9 3RD

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Tuesday 17 July 2018

The continuation of Exploring spirituality reflecting on the BBC Series - The Big Silence

In this series Abbot Christopher Jamison believes that he can teach five ordinary people the value of silent meditation so they can make it part of their everyday lives.

We will take six Tuesday evenings to watch extracts from ‘The Big Silence’ to see where they will take us.
(See poster below for other dates)

Each evening will begin with a  meal together, please let us know if you would like to attend and if you have any dietary requirements.

101 Hesketh Road, Yardley Gobion, NN12 7TX

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Wednesday 18 July 2018

Wednesday at One

Come along for a lunchtime service and some food.

Every Wednesday at 13.00, the Cathedral holds a 'Wednesday at One' service, consisting of a prayer, a hymn and a talk – followed by lunch. This is an ideal opportunity to share in a lunchtime service (and also, of course, some lunch).

Peterborough Cathedral, PE1 1XS

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Friday 20 July 2018

Children’s Liturgy Conference 2018

A conference exploring how to provide fresh, thoughtful, creative and engaging children’s worship in parishes, schools and chaplaincies.

Birmingham Cathedral

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