Evensong / Evening Prayer

Occuring
In March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December. Every Third Sunday at for 1 hour
Start date
Please note that this event will not start until
Venue
Pipe Aston: St Giles
Address
Pipe Aston, SY8 2HG, United Kingdom

This evening service is either offered as Book of Common Prayer, or sometimes as Common Worship Evening Prayer
We have organ accompaniment of our hymn singing and a very warm welcome is always offered!

Particularly as our Parish afternoon and evening services 'stand alone' as the sole services running across our multi-church Parish at that time of day, we emphasise that all from across our churches, Parish and beyond will be warmly welcomed!

Evensong / Evening Prayer at Pipe Aston

Occuring
In March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December. Every Third Sunday at for 1 hour
Start date
Please note that this event will not start until
Venue
Pipe Aston: St Giles
Address
Pipe Aston, SY8 2HG, United Kingdom

This evening service is either offered as Book of Common Prayer, or sometimes as Common Worship Evening Prayer
We have organ accompaniment of our hymn singing and a very warm welcome is always offered!

Particularly as our Parish afternoon and evening services 'stand alone' as the sole services running across our multi-church Parish at that time of day, we emphasise that all from across our churches, Parish and beyond will be warmly welcomed!

Parish of Wigmore Vision Morning (for all from across every one of our congregations)

Occuring
for 3 hours, 30 mins
Venue
Brampton Bryan Parish Hall
Address
Brampton Bryan, Bucknell, SY7 0DH

This is for a Parish wide ‘Vision Morning” PLEASE HOLD THIS DATE and COME!
Plans are still at an early stage, but please make a mark in your calendar or diary!
Everyone from across all our churches is encouraged to participate.

Details of the morning: After gathering for refreshments and conversation, the programme will focus on us looking to the future together - by listening to God in worship and prayer; listening to the participants from each church and encouraging discussion about what you most value and celebrate about your church community.

As this Parish Vision Morning is about hoping and praying for our future growth with God, we are inspired by Jesus’s parables in Mark 4: 26-34 about a seed growing - quietly, day in day out - into a full head of grain and about a tiny mustard seed growing into a large tree of many branches offering welcome, shade and shelter to many.

So, we hope to listen to, hear and allow you to discern and share your priorities, hopes and plans. This would help us to then discern how we can best support and equip each, and all, of our churches to grow and flourish - both individually and together. The Revd Dr Elizabeth Wild, Diocesan Director of Mission and Ministry and Adrian Thompson, as your Priest-in-Charge, will co-leaders of this event.