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The church anniversary service in July was lead by Revd Keith Brown. His theme was Psalms of celebration. The service was followed by lunch.
Our Outreach service in July included writing postcards, looking at headlines and using shells during the prayers.
Our Worship Group service at 10.30am on Sunday 29th October will include a speaker from Luton Airport chaplaincy team. All are welcome. The service will be cafe style with refreshments.
An invitation is given to everyone to come to the Carol Service on Subday 18th December at 3pm. The theme is ‘welcome to strangers’, which will be explored through some of the traditional Bible readings, but extended to give a contemporary twist. Some new carols will be sing and some old ones. Two choirs will […]
At a recent Sunday Service when groups using the building were invited, a visual representation of the church in the community was created. At the centre of the building is faith represented by the cross. But the Church is more than the building. The members reach out into the community, so there is a larger […]
Did you notice the posters on the church noticeboard?
Our recent Hall Users service, led by our Worship Group, was held on 30th August and was on the theme of traditions in our worship services and what we think is important about our worship. We were delighted to welcome some of the choir members who rehearse in the hall each week, along with some […]
The 22nd of August dawned bright and sunny – would it last for the annual church tea party? Although we had contingency plans for rain, we were fortunate to have the best day of recent weeks. The umbrellas were out – but to shade us from the sun, rather than the rain! Nearly thirty members […]
It wasn’t quite the Mad Hatter’s Tea Party but it was very enjoyable, when a large group sat at table in the garden centre for afternoon tea. The sandwiches and cakes were beautifully presented and very tasty. The champagne was a delightful extra. The real spirit, however, was the friendship between all who were there, […]