All are welcomed and encouraged to attend. Anyone who is on the electoral roll for the Parish of the Ascension may vote for churchwardens and PCC members. Refreshments will be served.
Following immediately after the morning service (with coffee). This is an important church meeting in that it will include voting for the new Ecumenical Church Council (ECC) with four posts vacant this year. It comes with an appeal to all members to use their voting rights. If you know you will be unable to attend, please see Isobel Fox about a postal vote.
Inspiration offers five sessions for carers with babies under one. It draws on the approach of many baby-focused courses and concentrates specifically on the spiritual nurture of babies. It provides a place and time for new parents and carers to spend one-on-one time with a child and offers opportunities to consider questions about spiritual life and development.
There is no charge for the course and refreshments are provided.
This is a day of conference and workshops for clergy, lay ministers, music leaders and all interested in enhancing worship. It is organised by PraxisEast. The speakers are Helen Bent, Head of Ministerial Training at the Royal School of Church Music and Richard Hubbard, Director of the InHarmony Music Project at St. Edmundsbury Cathedral.
The Rev'd Charles Mather will be inducted as part-time United Reformed Church minister at St. Luke's Church, where there is a local ecumenical partnership between the Church of England and United Reformed Church. All are welcome to come, and support and welcome Charles, who will lead worship at St. Luke's on the fourth Sunday of every month.
All are welcome to share a delicious, freshly cooked Sunday lunch and friendly company. Normally this takes place on the first Sunday of each month. Please telephone Richard on 01223 364929 or the Parish Office on 01223 315000 if you wish to book a place. Cost of the lunch is £4 per head.
An exciting evening of music from CYO stars past and present. Talented singers and instrumentalists from our current cast and orchestra are joined by colleagues from previous productions and Chesterton Singers. The programmme includes works by Mozart, Elgar, Finzi, J. Strauss and others.
This is one of a series of free lectures hosted by the Friends of St. Giles' Church, given every second Thursday of the Month at 11am in St Giles' Church. Refreshments are served from 10.30 am. Full details of each lecture are normally given three weeks in advance.
Exceptionally this month the services will be on the 2nd and 4th Sunday, instead of the 1st and 3rd Sundays.