Thursday, 24th December, MEMORY CLUB, 2.30pm - 4pm at Brooklands in Newport Pagnell

To attend you need to be referred, please see Regular events for referral routes.

 

 

Saturday, 19th December, FINDING THE NATIVITY ON NEWPORT PAGNELL HIGH STREET, 10am - 11.30am starting at the Parish Church and finishing at the United Reformed Church, both on the High Street in Newport Pagnell

A search through Newport Pagnell High Street to find the Nativity.

You can start the hunt from 10am onwards and finish up at the URC at 11.15 with refreshments and carols and a gift for children.

Mary, Joseph, baby Jesus,angels, shepherds and wise men will all be there - and of course our friendly local donkey!

Curious? 

See you there! 

 

Friday, 18th December, ADVENT COFFEE MORNING, 10am - 12.30pm at 5 Bramley Meadows, Newport Pagnell

Mince pies and refreshments in aid of the Christian Aid sponsored project, see Food for Change - supporting the project .

 

Friday, 18th December, U3A CHOIR CHRISTMAS CONCERT, 7.30pm at The United Reformed Church, High Street, Newport Pagnell

Tickets available on 07762178379, from members of the Choir or Jennifer Mazzone (613088) at £6 each 

Seasonal refreshments will be served. There will also be a raffle.

All proceeds will go to Keech Hospice Care for Children which covers the Milton Keynes area.

We look forward to seeing you.

 

Saturday, 12th December, ADVENT COFFEE MORNING, 10am - 12.30pm at 5 Bramley Meadows, Newport Pagnell

Mince pies and refreshments in aid of the Christian Aid sponsored project, see Food for Change - supporting the project .


Saturday, 12th December, a second FORGIVENESS WORKSHOP, 10am - 4pm at The Well at Willen, Newport Road, Willen, MK15 9AA

This has been arranged because the Forgiveness workshop in the 'Reaching Out' program (see Personal Development courses ) was overbooked.

Why and how do we give and receive forgiveness? What happens if we can't? A reflective workshop—lunch included.

This is a free workshop and places are limited, so if you are interested please book at the Well at Willen, contact Marcus Armstrong 07967 819514 or see the Well website

 

Friday, 11th December, ADVENT COFFEE MORNING, 10am - 12.30pm at 5 Bramley Meadows, Newport Pagnelll

Mince pies and refreshments in aid of the Christian Aid sponsored project, see Food for Change - supporting the project . 

 

Thursday, 10th December, MEMORY CLUB, 2.30pm - 4pm at Brooklands in Newport Pagnell

To attend you need to be referred, please see Regular events for referral routes.

 

Saturday, 5th December, ADVENT COFFEE MORNING, 10am - 12.30pm at 5 Bramley Meadows, Newport Pagnell

Mince pies and refreshments in aid of the Christian Aid sponsored project, see Food for Change - supporting the project .

 

Xmas15: St Bede's Bazaar Sat 5th Dec

 

Saturday, 5th December, CHRISTMAS CONCERT, 6pm - 7.30pm in the church of St Peter and St Paul, Newport Pagnell

The Milton Keynes City Orchestra string ensemble supported by Plymnia Choir will perform a beautiful and uplifting Christmas Concert under the baton of John Byron, followed by mulled wine and mince pies before departure.

Tickets £12.00, no concessions, from the MK City Orchestra box office at 01908 84116 

 

Wednesday, 2nd December, MEMORY CAFE, 10am - 12noon in the foyer of Westbury Grange/The Limes, Westbury Lane

Memory cafe (see Regular events). 

 

Saturday, 28th November, CHRISTMAS LIGHTS, on the High Street, Newport Pagnell

Stalls on the High Street, and an early evening ceremony to switch on the High Street Christmas lights.

Xmas2015: URC 28th Nov 2015

Saturday, 28th November, CHRISTMAS BAZAAR, 10am - 6pm at the Parish Church, High Street, Newport Pagnell

All day with our usual stalls and some new ones as well. This year we are running a Silent Auction – a great opportunity to acquire some really original and special Christmas gifts/treats for someone.

Children from some of the local schools will be singing at various times, and tea, coffee and delicious home-baked cakes will be available throughout the day (plus mulled wine in the afternoon!). We are aiming to make the church a warm, welcoming place to come and enjoy some part of your trip to the Christmas Lights events.

And when the lights have been switched on, why not come back in and join us for some carol singing. It’s a lovely way to end the day!

 

Thursday, 26th November, MEMORY CLUB, 2.30pm - 4pm at Brooklands in Newport Pagnell

To attend you need to be referred, please see Regular events for referral routes.

 

Sunday, 22nd November, CTNP SONGS OF PRAISE, 6pm at The Parish Church in Newport Pagnell

 

see also Songs of Praise 2016 

The service this year will follow a similar format to the popular service held last year, with a representative of each church selecting a hymn; during the service, before each hymn, there will be a short testimony explaining why that hymn was selected.

Please invite friends and neighbours to come with you. 

The collection will again be for the Christian Aid Burkina Faso project (see Food for Change - supporting the project )

 

Saturday, 21st November, BRIDGEBUILDER BARN DANCE, 6.45pm for 7pm with dancing from 7.30pm ending around 10.30pm, at Lovat Hall, Newport Pagnell

A night of fun, fundraising & food! Baked potato & choice of four toppings included in cost of ticket. Puddings & cold drinks available for purchase to raise funds. Plus a chance for a brief catch up on our news in the interval.

Tickets £10 each (no concessions). To book tickets, choose your topping & pay, visit our website (www.mkbt.org.uk) & click on Events.

For queries, contact the office: 01908 270670 or office@mkbt.org.uk

Toucan Crafts and Traidcraft ( Traidcraft )food will be on sale - bring your purse and buy some early Christmas presents!

 

Saturday, 14th November, EMBRACING LIFE, 10am - 4pm at The Well at Willen, Newport Road, Willen, MK15 9AA

Part of the 'Reaching Out' project of free workshops.

For more information and contact and booking information please see Personal Development courses

 

Saturday, 14th November, INTERFAITH SERVICE, 10.30am at The Giffard Park Synagogue, Milton Keynes

The focus of the service will be on the common perspectives of the 3 Abrahamic faiths, i.e. Christianity, Islam and Judaism, on the story of Abraham and his descendants (we will be reading the story of Jacob and Esau from the Book of Genesis), and implications for modern times. However, we also wish to welcome to the synagogue (MK District Reform Synagogue), as on previous occasions, members of other faiths.

The service will be a Sabbath morning service led by Student Rabbi Naomi Goldman, with contributions from Rev. Paul Smith from the Christian community and Mr. Syed Mohseni from the Islamic community.

It will be followed by light refreshments in keeping with the Sabbath morning tradition, and a golden opportunity to socialise and find out more about the synagogue if you wish.

This is an open invitation, and all are welcome

 

Saturday, 14th November, CHARITY COFFEE MORNING, 10am - 1pm at 33 Crofts End, Sherington

Fair Trade ( FairTrade )food (including chocolates and sweets); Christmas cards and small gifts; orders taken from the Traidcraft ( Traidcraft )and Tearfund catalogues; coffees, teas and cakes served;

Donations for Willen Hospice ( Willen Hospice )and Karibuni Trust ( Karibuni Trust ). 

 

Friday, 13th November, NETWORKING AND SOCIAL EVENT, 6.30pm - 9.30pm at The Well at Willen, Newport Road, Willen, MK15 9AA

Part of the 'Reaching Out' project of free workshops.

An evening with supper to socialise and find out what is going on locally.

For more information see Personal Development courses or The Well website 

 

Thursday, 12th November, MEMORY CLUB, 2.30pm - 4pm at Brooklands in Newport Pagnell

To attend you need to be referred, please see Regular events for referral routes.

 

Monday,9th November, MK THEOLOGY FORUM: VALUES—BRITISH OR CHRISTIAN?, 7.30pm - 9.30pm at The Ridgeway Centre, Featherstone Road, Wolverton Mill South, MK12 5TH

An open discussion for thinking Christians with contributions by Fr. Allan Jones, Revd. Peter Ballantine and Sherry Gladwin .

What are British values? How coherent are these values? Is the UK government right to promote them? Are they compatible with Christianity? Do they mark a shift away from historic Judaeo-Christian ethics? Should they be taught in school? Should they be taught in church? Is tolerance a Biblical value? What happens when secular values clash with Christian convictions? What takes precedence, British citizenship or the Kingdom of God? How did the early Church respond to the values of the Greco-Roman world? Is the promotion of British values a necessary antidote to extremism? Are religious liberties being compromised?

Contact Steve Chilcraft for further info: stevechilcraft@talktalk.net

 

Saturday, 7th November, MISSION PARTNERSHIP MISSION FAIR, 9am - 1pm at The Cross and Stable, Downs Barn, Milton Keynes

Our Mission Fair is an initiative under our vision for Milton Keynes: A City Alive to God

We are dividing Cross & Stable into four colour zones, one for each of ‘Children, Young People & Families’, ‘Hospitality’, ‘Nurturing Faith’, and ‘Faith and Community’. During the morning each zone will host four different conversations of 45 minutes each under that topic.

Come along, enjoy the fair and take some steps in mission as a result, with some ideas to get you going and maybe some contacts to help you move forward. More details on our website www.missionpartnership.org.uk

 

Saturday, 7th November, MEN'S BREAKFAST, 8.45am at Frosts Garden Centre, Woburn Sands

Speaker is Rev. Tim Cutting from Whaddon Way Church, Bletchley, who’ll be telling us that, “As for God, His Way is Perfect”.

Tickets £6 (includes 5 item breakfast and drink). Small collection for speaker. Call Jim 01908 583922 or Matt 01908 282423 for tickets or email jclangford@btinternet.com.

 

Wednesday, 4th November, MEMORY CAFE, 10am - 12noon in the foyer of Westbury Grange/The Limes, Westbury Lane

Memory cafe (see Regular events). 

 

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

For more details on the New Memory Club see Regular events. 

 

Sunday, 11th October, PRAYER VIGIL FOR ALL REFUGEES, 3pm - 4.30pm at St.George the Martyr, Wolverton

Wolverton Prayer Vigil Oct 2015

The meditation will include images, readings and musicMeeting together as a community of prayer for meditation and prayers on behalf of all those who are currently seeking refuge in Europe and beyond.

The meditation will include images, readings and music. 

Please join us if you can. 

 

Saturday, 10th October, RNLI COFFEE MORNING, 9.30am - 12.30pm at 66 Lakes Lane, Newport Pagnell

Coffee (and tea) morning and sale in aid of the RNLI.RLNI flag

          RNLI boat 

Christmas cards and RNLI merchandise will be on sale; meet Linda Morris of the Milton Keynes Fundraising Branch.

For more information on the RNLI please see RNLI fundraising 

 

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

For more details on the New Memory Club see Regular events.  

 

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

Memory cafe (see Regular events). 

 

starting Monday 5th October, THE MARRIAGE COURSE,for 7 weeks Lovat Hall, Newport Pagnelll Baptist Church

NOTE the dates have been changed to MONDAYS since this information was first distributed.

You need to sign up with Jack or Jill to get on board, see contact-us  

NPBC Marriage Course Oct 2015 

You need to sign up with Jack or Jill to get on board, see contact-us 

   

Friday, 2nd October, THE ART OF FLOWER ARRANGING, 7.30pm at United Reformed Church in Newport Pagnell

Tickets (which include refreshments) £10 in aid of the new church Hall,The Mead Centre.

Please make an effort to come along and bring your friends. This promises to be a very interesting evening! And promises to be a major fund-raiser if we sell all the tickets! We have just over two and a half years to raise the £660,000 to rebuild the hall and create a flexible, community space. 

Email revdjmills@btinternet.com or call 07703485017 for tickets;

for more information on fundraising contact revjreardon@hotmail.com

For more information on the steps which have been taken to develop the new church hall, see United Reformed Church Hall - Mead Centre - redevelopment

 URC Flower Arranging Oct 15 

 

Saturday, 26th September, THE SECOND COMMUNITY MEAL—harvest, 5pm-7pm at United Reformed Church hall in Newport Pagnell

All ages welcome—just turn up with a pudding, if you can, and sit down and share a meal with others. A great way to get to know new people, chat, find out what you have in common and eat! We have starters and table top activities followed by main course, dessert and coffee/tea. Acgtivities are set up in side rooms for the children after the meal. And why not invite your friends to come along to get to know new people and share fellowship together?

If you are able, we would encourage everyone to bring an item for the Foodbank as we have our Harvest service the following day and we will be collecting for them as they support the community locally and MK wide.

Email revdjmills@btinternet.com or call 07703485017 to say you are coming or for more information about what to bring or what it is all labout and why we are doing it! 

 

starting late September, MK COMPASS AUTUMN COURSES for personal development

Find details at MK-Compass-Autumn2015 , the Compass website or at Personal Development courses

 

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

For more details on the New Memory Club see Regular events. 

 

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

For more details on the New Memory Club see Regular events. 

 

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

Memory cafe (see Regular events).

 

Sunday, 26th July, CREAM TEA, 2pm - 5pm at 120 Wolverton Road, Newport Pagnell

Everyone is welcome; there will be a raffle;

Proceeds for Mother's Union projects 

 

Thursday, 23rd July, NEW MEMORY CLUB, 2.30pm - 4pm at Brooklands in Newport Pagnell

For more details on the New Memory Club see Regular events. 

 

Saturday 18th July, CELEBRATION OF HYMNS OLD & NEW at the Newport Pagnell Methodist Church, High Street Newport Pagnell

Sing your heart out or sit back and listen to a selection of old favorites and modern compositions.

For more Methodist Church Centenary events, see Methodist Church Bicentenary Year

 

Wednesday15th July, LICENSING OF THE NEW RECTOR NICK EVANS at 7.30pm at the Parish Church, High Street Newport Pagnell

Welcome the new rector at a ceremony presided by the Bishop of Buckingham, assisted by the Archdeacon.

 

Weekend 11th—12th July, FLOWER FESTIVAL at the Newport Pagnell Methodist Church, High Street Newport Pagnell

Come and enjoy this extravaganze of colour and scent;

If you would like to make a flower arrangement, please contact Pearl Teasdale on 01908 610661

For more Methodist Church Centenary events, see Methodist Church Bicentenary Year

 

Saturday, 11th July, EMEGENCY HELP SCHEME GARDEN PARTY, 2pm - 4pm at 120 Wolverton Road, Newport Pagnell

Thanks to Ralph and Jennifer who have invited us to use their lovely garden at 120 Wolverton Road. Cream teas and a cake stall will be available. We'd love to see you for a chat over a cup of tea.

In case of rain, we will meet at St Luke's Church,

All are welcome. 

This will be Nita's last year as chair of the Emergency Help Scheme, and so we are actively seeking a new chairperson. If you would like to take on this role, or know someone who would, please speak to Nita at the garden party, or contact her on 01908 615729, email nitag53@aol.com.

 

Thursday, 9th July, NEW MEMORY CLUB, 2.30pm - 4pm at Brooklands in Newport Pagnell

For more details on the New Memory Club see Regular events.  

 

Wednesday, 1st July, MEMORY CAFE, 10am - 12noon in the foyer of Westbury Grange/The Limes, Westbury Lane

Memory cafe (see Regular events).

 

Saturday, 27th June, QUIET DAY AT THE WELL, at The Well at Willen

C.S.Lewis "The Screwtape Letters" and "The Banality of Evil" with Philip Derbyshire; contact bookings@thewellatwillen.org.uk or call 01908 242190 for more information.

For other events at The Well at Willen, please see Personal Development courses or The Well at Willen website

 

Thursday, 25th June, CTNP FORUM & AGM, 7.45pm in the Methodist Schoolroom (at the back of the Methodist Church). High Street, Newport Pagnell

Come along and find out how the churches have been working together over the last six months and what plans there are for the rest of the year. There may be cake with the refreshments.

Not been to one of our Forums before? Come to this one—we would love to see you. If you attend any of the churches in the town your are part of CTNP so come along and participate.

Please also pray that people would feel able to come forward to take on the vacant positions on the CTNP Executive; see CTNP Executive vacancies . We are also looking for a new chair of the Emergency Help Scheme; see Emergency Help Scheme

 

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

For more details on the New Memory Club see Regular events. 

 

Sunday, 21st June, A PRESENTATION ON JOHN WESLEY, starting at 7pm at the Newport Pagnell Methodist Church, High Street Newport Pagnell

Mark Topping introduces us to the founder of the Methodist Church through his presentation, "An Evening with John Wesley".

All Welcome.

Tickets £8 in advance, £10 on the door; please contact 01908 976193 or 01908 615080; profits to Willen Hospice and Kaibuni Trust 

For more Methodist Church Centenary events, see Methodist Church Bicentenary Year 

 

Saturday, 20th June, TABLE TOP SALE, 10am - 1pm in the United Reformed Church Hall (under the archway opposite Nationwide)

Clothes, toys, books, bric-a-brac and much, much more . . .

Tea, coffee and home-made cakes

For more information, or if you would like to reserve a table, please contact cathy68@tiscali.co.uk

All proceeds go to the United Reformed Church Hall Redevelopment. 

 

Ten weeks from Thursday, 16th April- 18th June—ALPHA CHRISTIAN ENQUIRY COURSE

The Alpha Course is a ten week practical introduction to the Christian Faith. It is designed primarily for non-churchgoers and those who have recently become Christians.

It was established at Holy Trinity, Brompton twenty years ago and there are now more than 5000 Alpha Courses all over the UK and overseas. More than one million people have attended the course in Britain alone. 

Just in case a link to an advert helps, see Alpha Advert

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4NfiuiG3lLE

If you are interested, please contact the Chuch Office at Lovat Hall on 01908 618898 or email to info@npbc.org.uk 

 

Saturday, 13th June, COMMUNITY MEAL, 5pm - 7pm in the United Reformed Church Hall (under the archway opposite Nationwide)

Fancy a night off cooking for the family?

Fancy sitting down to a meal with a bunch of people?

Come along to the United Reformed Church Hall (under the archway opposite Nationwide); bring a pudding, bring some friends and sit down with others to eat together and share conversation;

No charge; all ages welcome! gluten free and vegetarian options will be available;

Please let us know if you are coming (for catering purposes) by contacting Reverend Jenny Mills by email to: revdjmills@btinternet.com or by phone to: 07703485017 

 

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

For more details on the New Memory Club see Regular events. 

 

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

Memory cafe (see Regular events).

 

Saturday, 30th May, CONCERT, starting at 7.30pm at the Newport Pagnell Methodist Church, High Street Newport Pagnell

We welcome back Heart & Music to entertain us with a varied programme of popular and less well known music and poetry including a bicentenary Ode.

For more Methodist Church Centenary events, see Methodist Church Bicentenary Year

 

Tuesday, 26th May, CELEBRATION DAY for the Bicentenary of the Newport Pagnell Methodist Church, High Street Newport Pagnell

1815—2015, two hundred years old on this day!

Come and join the celebrations;

For more Methodist Church Centenary events, see Methodist Church Bicentenary Year

 

Sunday, 24th May, Churches Together PENTECOST PICNIC, from 12.30 on the sports area of Bury Fields (near the Health Centre entrance to the common) in Newport Pagnell

A chance to mix and have fun on the birthday of the church.

All age games to join in with, drinks provided, just bring yourselves and a picnic.

Some folding chairs will be there for those who really need them, but you might want to bring a blanket.

Come along and get to know people from other churches and meet up with friends already known! Let's celebrate the coming of the Holy Spirit and the birth of the church! 

 

Wednesday, 6th May, MEMORY CAFE, 10am - 12noon in the foyer of Westbury Grange/The Limes, Westbury Lane

Memory cafe (see Regular events).

 

Tuesday 28th April, GENERAL ELECTION—MEET THE CANDIDATES, 7.30pm at St Andrew's Church, Parklands, Great Linford

Engage with the election process and find out what the candidates have to say.

Milton Keynes Mission Partnership has arranged an opportunity for us tomeet the candidates for the Milton Keynes North Constituencystanding at the coming General Election.

All electors in the constituency are welcome.

Value this and every opportunity to vote.

Remember, many people died to enable us to vote. Jesus challenged the political system of his day and championed the cause of social equality and justice. We cannot pretend that it does not matter, even if we feel hopeless about the state of politics and those representing us. If we do not speak our voice will not be heard! And if we do not take part, then we cannot complain if we do not like who gets into power and challenge what they have done! 

If you would like to pose a question to the candidates, please forward it by email to John Moffoot at moffoot285@btinternet.com by Sunday 19th April. 

 

LIFTS AND CAR SHARING OFFERS for Tuesday 28th April

We need volunteer drivers for the night, to offer lifts to others so that as many people as possible will feel better informed to engage with the election process.

Please let the Reverend Jenny Mills know if you need or can offer a lift by contacting mobile 07703485017 or email revdjmills@btinternet.com to offer a space in a car or to ask for a lift.

 

Saturday, 25th April, FOODBANK BIG LITTLE GIVE, 10.00am—2.00am at several major supermarkets in Central Milton Keynes

If you are able to join us on this day, please contact Nicholas on foodbank.nicholas@mkcc.org.uk

We would love to see you there! 

 

Saturday, 18th April, FOODBANK BIG LITTLE GIVE, 10.00am—2.00am at several major supermarkets in Central Milton Keynes

If you are able to join us on this day, please contact Nicholas on foodbank.nicholas@mkcc.org.uk

We would love to see you there! 

 

Easter Saturday, 4th April, 10.30am—11.30am and 12noon—1pm on the High Street, Newport Pagnell

Look out for a joyful Easter gift!

also see Easter 2015

 

Good Friday, 3rd April, WALK OF WITNESS from the Parish Church, Newport Pagnell

What's on: Good Friday Procession and Service

Please come and join the Walk of Witness to Christ on the Cross; the route is down the High Street, ending at the Methodist Church.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

see Easter 2015 for more service and other event details. 

 

 

Good Friday, 3rd April, all morning, at the Methodist Church, Newport Pagnell

What's on NPMC Good Friday refreshments

For more Methodist Church Centenary events, see Methodist Church Bicentenary Year

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

see Easter 2015 for more service and other event details. 

 

 

Wednesday, 1st April, MEMORY CAFE, 10am - 12noon in the foyer of Westbury Grange/The Limes, Westbury Lane

Memory cafe (see Regular events).

 

Friday, 20th February, first of the FRIDAY WEEKLY LENT LUNCH dates, 12noon - 1.15pm at the URC Hall in Newport Pagnell 

and weekly until Friday 27th March.

ChristianAid logo

Enjoy delicious home-made soup with a variety of bread, roll and cheeses. For more information, please contact Jennifer Mazzone on 01908 613088.

The cost is £3.50 and all profits go to Christian Aid

 

Saturday, 7th March, BIG BREW, 10am - 12.30 at the United Reformed Church, Newport Pagnell

The Big Brew is organised through Traidcraft as part of Fairtrade Fortnight. There will be Traidcraft goods and craft items for sale, with proceeds going to Traidcraft. For every pound we give to Traidcraft, the government will match it with another pound, thus doubling the contribution to Traidcraft.

We do hope you will drop in.

 

Friday, 6th March, service to mark WOMEN'S WORLD DAY OF PRAYER, 7.30pm at the Baptist Church, Lovat Hall, Newport Pagnell

The service for 2015 has been written by Christian women of the Bahamas (see the Women's World Day of Prayer ). Although written by women, all are invited to the service—men and children too.

Over a period of 36 hours, 170 countries will have taken part. In England, Wales and Northern Ireland over 5000 services will be held, focusing on the theme of:

Jesus said to them, 'Do you know what I have done to you?'
[John 13:1-7]
 

Come and join us at Lovat Hall for your local Day of Prayer service.

(also see Women's World Day of Prayer website )

 

Wednesday, 4th March, MEMORY CAFE, 10am - 12noon in the foyer of Westbury Grange/The Limes, Westbury Lane

Memory cafe (see Regular events).

 

Saturday, 28th February, MEAD CENTRE PLANS, 9.00am - 1pm, at the United Reformed Church, High Street, Newport Pagnell

There is also an Open Evening for local businesses on Friday 27th February, see United Reformed Church Hall - Mead Centre - redevelopment

URC: Mead Centre rebuild

 

Friday, 27th & Saturday 28th February, first two workshops of the REACHING OUT PROJECT at The Well at Willen

  • COMMUNITY Friday 27th February—What is it? Why do we need it? How can we create it?  6.30pm—9.30pm with supper; free of charge;
  • IDENTITY Saturday 28th February—Who are we? What defines us? Are we who we think we are? 10am—4pm with lunch; free of charge;

see Personal Development courses for information on other courses and the Well at Willen website for more information on this course.

 

Wednesday, 23rd February, SHARE A BOOK, 2.30pm - 4pm, at the Well at Willen Library, MK15 9AA

Share the pleasure of special religious books with Peter Ballantine. For more information email: library@thewellatwillen.org.uk or telephone: 01908 242693. The website is Well at Willen

WellAtWillen Share A Book Feb20215

 

Wednesday, 18th February, QUIET DAY FOR ASH WEDNESDAY, 10am - 4pm at the Well at Willen, MK15 9AA

With members of the Well community; cost £20 which includes a light lunch, burseries available on request.

To book a place telephone: 01908 242190 or email: bookings@thewellatwillen.org.uk

 

Wednesday, 11th February, Methodist ANNUAL QUIZ, from 7.30pm, at the Newport Pagnell Methodist Church on the High Street

£5 entry fee included soup & bread, raffle, and profits go to Willen & Karibuni Trust.

Teams of 4-6 players; please confirm your team entry by emailing David Jones on davronjones@yahoo.co.uk by 1st February DEADLINE

 

 Wednesday, 4th February, MEMORY CAFE, 10am - 12noon in the foyer of Westbury Grange/The Limes, Westbury Lane

Memory cafe (see Regular events).

 

Sunday, 1st February, TAIZE SERVICE FOR CANDLEMASS, 4pm - 5pm, at Holy Trinity Church, Old Wolverton, MK12 5NH

All are welcome. For more information, see their Facebook page at Holy Trinity

 

Sunday, 25th January 2015, morning  "Preacher swap" amongst the churches in Newport Pagnell

Everyone welcome to all the church services in Newport Pagnell.

On this Sunday a minister from a different Christian tradition will be preaching in a given church. Check for exact details with your church. 

This week is Christian Unity Week, and so we hope this will strengthen the bonds between Christians in Newport Pagnell. 

 

Saturday, 17th January 2015, 10am - 12am  "Prayer in the Streets" on the High Street outside the Methodist Church, Newport Pagnell

Everyone welcome.

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

Memory cafe (see top).

 

Thursday, 1st January 2015, 10am - 11.50am New Year's Day walk starting from St Luke's

The walk will start at St Luke's at 10am, visit the Methodist, United Reformed Churches, Parish, and Baptist Churches, and conclude at11.50am with a short service at St Bede's; refreshments will be served there from midday.

If you are unsure where to find a church see Find a church or have a look at one of the church website links given in About CTNP. We'll be glad to see you.

At each church there will be a short ten minute service to include a reading, short talk, hymn and prayers.

The theme this year is "Vision".

What better way of getting the New Year off to a good start than by joining friends from all the churches for our popular annual CTNP walk and worship on New Year's Day morning.

We will be starting at 10am at St Luke's Church on Wolverton Road with a short act of worship. Then comes the longest part of the walk down Wolverton Road and the HIgh Street to the Methodist Church  arriving at approximately 10.35am for another short act of worship. We then move on to the United Reformed Church at 10.50am, the Parish Church at11.10am and Lovat Hall at 11.30am. Our final destination is St Bede's at approximately 11.50am for our final act of worship after which we will be very ready for a nice hot cup of tea or coffee which our friends at St Bede's have kindly offered to provide this year.

Do come and join us if you can.

If you'd rather not do the whole walk, please join in at any point along the way. We would be pleased to see you.