Paid Job Vacancies 

 

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Methodist Homes are looking for

a part-time chaplain

for Westbury Grange, Newport Pagnell

website at WestburyGrange 

If you are interested,

please contact the regional chaplaincy advisor,
Gillian Creaser on tel: 07580 701866
website Methodist Homes
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Volunteer Vacancies

Browse down to see all the vacancies;

and below that are various CTNP contact details.

 

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CTNP (Churches Together in Newport Pagnell)
Communications Group
has a vacancy---would you be interested?

To see what CTNP is about, have a look at the latest 2018 February Connections or elsewhere on this website. Basically through CTNP all the different churches
of Newport Pagnell join together to arrange a few events each year
to witness and celebrate our shared faith in the Lord Jesus.

The Comms Group meets on an occasional basis
for the purpose of publicising all aspects of CTNP.

If you are interested,
please email  with your contact details.
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Volunteers invited to help with

Lifepath Olney 2018

‘Lifepath’ returns to Olney this May with almost 1000 primary schoolchildren already booked in for a fun, dynamic day out where they explore the Christian faith through the life of John Newton as well as reflect on their own lifepath.

The dates are Tuesday May 22nd – Thursday May 24th and we start with a team briefing in St Peter & St Paul church at 8:30am and finish before 3:00pm. It is possible to arrive before 9:30am and leave a shade earlier if you need to drop / collect children from school.

If you are new to Lifepath, please attend a meeting on

  • Monday 30th April from 7.30pm–9pm at the Baptist Church and you will need contact details for a church leader and another referee. You do not need to complete the DBS section as it is no longer a requirement for this type of event.

Contacts:  Scripture Union or Bridgebuilder

At Bridgebuilder, please contact Gill Bull Mott (Mon 8.45am–1.15pm; Tues–Fri 8.45am–4pm; email office@mkbt.org.uk

 

 

Brookland volunteer cook required


MK Torch Fellowship at Loughton, MiltonKeynes


  • MK Torch Fellowship (see TorchTrust ) is desperately in need of more volunteers to provide lifts for Logo: Torch Fellowship MKvisually impaired people, so that they may attend meetings providing Christian Fellowship; for many, who are quite isolated, the meeting is a highlight of the month;
  • Meetings are held on the second Saturday each month, 3pm—5pm; the task is to pick people up from their homes, take them to the Loughton Baptist Church for 3pm, and then take them back home at 5pm; if you would like, you are invited to stay for the meeting and a cuppa; even if you can't make every month, your help giving lifts would still be appreciated;
  • MK Torch Fellowship has been running for 23 years; this February's meeting had to be cancelled because of lack of drivers to bring people to the meeting, so you can imagine the disappointment that brought; please consider whether God might be calling you to serve Him in this way; you are likely to get as much from this activity as you give;
  • If you feel you can help, please contact:
    Sue Richards at 01908 217216 or sueandjr@btinternet.com

  • The Memory Club requires additional volunteers; see the bottom of the page at Memory Club

 

 

 

How to contact CTNP or one of the activities

  • To find a location for an individual church, see Find a church; for other church contacts, see About CTNP
  • contacts for the Emergency Help Scheme are at Emergency Help Scheme
  • contact for the Memory Club and Dementia Friends is at Memory Club
  • for contributions or comments on the newsletter, Connections, contact the newsletter editor; contact details on the first page of the latest Connections at Connections newsletters
  • contact the CTNP website editor at: info@ctnp.org.uk 
  • contact the CTNP Secretary; contact details in the latest Connections newsletter at Connections newsletters