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Palm Sunday, 9th April,

services in the churches of Newport Pagnell

for more details see Easter 2017 services

 

Thursday, 13th April, MEMORY CLUB, 2.30pm - 4pm at Brooklands in Newport Pagnell

To attend you need to be referred, please see Memory Club for referral routes, and Regular events for other meetings which do not need referral.

 

Good Friday, 14th April,

CTNP event to witness to the Good Friday Crucifixion

 starting 11.45am, Market Hill, Newport Pagnell High Street

Three crosses - Credit: Abcdz2000 - http://www.flickr.com/photos/abcdz2000/3428819302/Witness to the price Jesus paid for holding to His mission to bear testimony to the Kingdom of God.

Start at Market Hill (outside Boots) at 11.45am, followed by a united service at the Parish Church at noon.

For the hymns see GoodFriday2017 CTNP Walk of Witness Hymns

Find the following readings: Matthew 27:27-37; Luke 23:33-34; Luke23:39-43; John 19:25-27; Matthew 27:45-46; John 19:39-30 and some poems at Easter 2017 services

Other Easter resources at Easter: Why the Crucifixion?Apr17 Rev Jack Walker and at Easter 2017 services

 

Easter Saturday, 15th April,

watch out for a CTNP event

Easter: Love Wonmorning,

High Street, Newport Pagnell

Celebrate the promise and joy of the risen Christ of Easter.

see Easter: What's the bottom line?Apr17 Rev Jack Walker

and other resources at Easter 2017 services

 

Easter Spring daffodilsEaster Sunday, 16th April,

services in the churches of Newport Pagnell

for more details and other resources, see Easter 2017 services

 

Saturday, 22nd April,

TRAIDCRAFT BIG BREW

10am–midday at the United Reformed Church in Newport Pagnell

Please come along; ALL WELCOME for coffee, tea and cakes

In support of Traidcraft

 

Thursday, 27th April, MEMORY CLUB, 2.30pm - 4pm at Brooklands in Newport Pagnell

To attend you need to be referred, please see Memory Club for referral routes, and Regular events for other meetings which do not need referral.

 

Saturday, 29th April,

TAIZE EVENT FOR YOUNG ADULTS—BIRMINGHAM

Birmingham weekend 28th Apr to 1st May

Taize llogo Birmingham Event 2017Ruth Maxey, with the support of Hope MK, is planning to take a group of young adults to a day of the Taize Event in Birmingman during 28th April & 1st May.

Contact Ruth at mkcommunityministry@gmail.com to find out more.

So far in February, 300 participants from 17 different countries have signed up for the weekend; if you want to go for the week-end, it is cheaper to register before the end of February.

More information at Taize Event

"In the wake of a number of international events which have underlined divisions in our societies, we wish to celbrate the beauty of the commitment lived out by many Christians and others of goodwill. With very humble means they contribute to the building up of trust and community, and point to another future. We also want the meeting to give confirmation to those whose commitments are discreet or hidden, encouraging them and renewing their joy."

[from the website]

 

Wednesday, 3rd May, MEMORY CAFE, 10am - 12noon in the foyer of Westbury Grange/The Limes, Westbury Lane

Memory cafe (see Regular events).

 

Monday, 8th May,

CELTIC CHRISTIANITY FOR TODAY,

7pm in the Chapel, St Paul's Catholic School, Phoenix Drive, Leadenhall

A lecture by Revd Fr Allan R Jones CRIC looking at what can be understood bby the term 'Celtic Christianity'

 

Thursday, 11th May, MEMORY CLUB, 2.30pm - 4pm at Brooklands in Newport Pagnell

To attend you need to be referred, please see Memory Club for referral routes, and Regular events for other meetings which do not need referral.

 

starting Sunday, 21st May,

AN EVENING SERIES OF 6 SESSIONS ON THE SUBJECT OF PRAYER

6pm, Sundays, at the United Reformed Church in Newport Pagnell (MK16 0AH)

Come along and join as we think about prayer in a wide rangng and interactive way; challenging our thinking and sharing our experiences

May 21st: WHAT IS PRAYER? led by Dr Robert Ellis, Principal, Regent's Park College, Oxford

May 28th: DIFFERENT TYPES OF PRAYER; quotes around them and discussion

June 4th: STYLES OF PRAYER

June 11th: OUR EXPERIENCES OF PRAYER; an opportunity to share

June 18th: MULTI-FAITH PRAYING

June 25th: Follow up: discussion and sharing;

 

Thursday, 25th May, MEMORY CLUB, 2.30pm - 4pm at Brooklands in Newport Pagnell

To attend you need to be referred, please see Memory Club for referral routes, and Regular events for other meetings which do not need referral.

 

Wednesday, 24th May,

NEW BISHOP OF OXFORD IN MK,

7.30pm at the Church of Christ the Cornerstone, Central MK

Bishop Steven will share some ideas and take questions; then he will launch the 'Thy Kingdom Come' prayer relay which will include the following churches around Milton Keynes on the dates indicated.

 

Thursday, 25th May–Sunday 4th June

MKchurches 'Thy Kingdom Come' May 2017 

 

This prayer wave was started in 2016 as an Anglican initiative, but has widened to other Christians in 2017. 

For more information see www.oxford.anglican.org/mission-ministry/projects (...)

For pictures see www.facebook.com/MKMissionPartnership/

 

Friday, 26th May

U3Aconcert 26 May 2017 

 

starting Wednesday, 31st May,

SSPP Pause For Thought 31 May to 3 June

Wednesday, 31st May—Saturday 3rd June,

EACH DAY between Ascension and Pentecost

PAUSE FOR THOUGHT

in Newport Pagnell Parish Church

  • Drop in any time between 10am and 4pm
  • children's corner
  • refreshments

Opportunities each day to take time out in a calm and peaceful environment to think about situations we face, reflect on our feelings and consider our own values and beliefs.

 

Pentecost Sunday, 4th June,

services in the churches of Newport Pagnell

for more details see Easter 2017 services

 

Tuesday, 6th June,

SOLIDARITY VIGIL FOR LONDON

7pm at the Milton Keynes Rose in Campbell Park, Milton Keynes

Organised by the Ahmadyyya Muslim Association Milton Keynes (Preseident, Mubasher Maqbool, mobile: 07561 455561), to condemn the heinous terrorist attack and to commend the speedy befitting response of our emergency services.

This is to stand up for unity and against hatred. The Deputy Mayor wil be attending

EVERYONE IS WELCOME 

 

Wednesday, 7th June, MEMORY CAFE, 10am - 12noon in the foyer of Westbury Grange/The Limes, Westbury Lane

Memory cafe (see Regular events).

 

Thursday, 8th June, MEMORY CLUB, 2.30pm - 4pm at Brooklands in Newport Pagnell

To attend you need to be referred, please see Memory Club for referral routes, and Regular events for other meetings which do not need referral.

 

Saturday, 10th June

URC Meade Centre fundraising 10Jun2017 

 

Monday, 12th June

Methodist Teapot  Sing 12 June 2017 

 

Friday, 16th June

NPBC Fair 16 Jun 2017 

 

Sunday, 18th June

SSPP: Father's Day service 

 

Thursday, 22nd June, MEMORY CLUB, 2.30pm - 4pm at Brooklands in Newport Pagnell

To attend you need to be referred, please see Memory Club for referral routes, and Regular events for other meetings which do not need referral.

 

Thursday, 22nd June,

CTNP logoCTNP Forum & AGM with Guest Speaker

7.30pm at the Methodist Church on the High Street, Newport Pagnell

ALL WELCOME

An opportunity to find out about and participate in the activities of CTNP, and meet some of those involved.

Additionally, there will be short talks on

  • the Baptist Church Development Plan
  • an update on the Meade Centre project at the United Reformed Church
  • A Guest Speaker Phil Evans, Regional Coordinator of Christian Aid, is expected to talk about Christian Aid work in Africa, including Burkina Faso (see Food for Change - supporting the project ) 

 

 

 

Wednesday, 5th July, MEMORY CAFE, 10am - 12noon in the foyer of Westbury Grange/The Limes, Westbury Lane

Memory cafe (see Regular events).

 

Thursday, 13th July, MEMORY CLUB, 2.30pm - 4pm at Brooklands in Newport Pagnell

To attend you need to be referred, please see Memory Club for referral routes, and Regular events for other meetings which do not need referral.

 

Thursday, 27th July, MEMORY CLUB, 2.30pm - 4pm at Brooklands in Newport Pagnell

To attend you need to be referred, please see Memory Club for referral routes, and Regular events for other meetings which do not need referral.

 

Monday 14th–18th August

HolClub2017 poster August 14-18

Find more details at CTNP Holiday Club 2017 and 16

Help with the Club is always very welcome; If you would like to help see CTNP Holiday Club volunteers 

 

Saturday, 9th September,

BRF FESTIVAL OF PRAYER

Ripon College, Cuddesdon near Wheatley, Oxford OX44 9EX

The BRF Festival of Prayer 2017, Saturday 9th September 2017, 10am to 4.30pm, see Festival of Prayer