GOOD NEWS ARCHIVE
Despite restrictions due to covid the churches were very active over the Chrsitmas period.
The Churches of Biggelswade wanted to gift something to the community as a way of encouragement at this time so they produced this Video
On May 31 we celebrated Pentecost Sunday.
Here is a video made by the Bedford Churches
Church buildings everywhere are closed for public gatherings. However the Church is still very much open for business with online meetings etc plus pastoral contact being maintained. For Instance Biggleswade Churches Together have regular services and meetings and have supported Christian aid Week,
During the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity there was a Service at All Saints Queens Park in Bedford
The service was led by Rt Revd Richard Atkinson, Bishop of Bedford and entitled "Unusual Kindness"
Carol Singing in Bedford
There was a good turnout for the parade and the service at Biggleswade War Memorial.
We are very pleased that our Keynote Speaker for this year's Churches Together in Bedfordshire Forum was Archbishop Angeolos from London who spoke to the Forum on "Christian Witness in the Middle East" He also took questions about his work in the UK and CTE.
Palm Sunday Procession 2019 in Bedford
At least 50 people of all ages from several Goldington churches and Daisy the Donkey took part. The procession, singing Easter Hymns, went from Tescos to Goldington Green War memorial where there was a short service. They then moved to the hall at Holy Cross Church for refreshements and fellowship. A great event!
We are very excited to be able to share with you that our Keynote Speaker for this year's Churches Together in Bedfordshire Form is Archbishop Angeolos of London who will talk to the Forum on "Christian Witness in the Middle East"
Week Of Prayer For Christian Unity
On Sunday 20th January, marking the week of prayer for Christian unity, churches in Limbury, Luton, met together at St Augustine's Anglican Church for a shared afternoon service for the first time in many years. Members of the congregation led prayers and readings, Rev David Fleming from the Baptist church spoke, and Rev Jairo Nyaongo led the worship. It is hoped this will once again become an anual fixture,