Updated :28th May-Rotas

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As Churches we aim to be at the heart of the community participating in all aspects of the life here. From within the community we reach out and engage with the whole of God's world. In our Services we welcome all ages in Church. We meet together as the people of God.
 
Revd Catharine Furlong
Priest in Charge.

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CHURCH DIARY
Wed 11.30am
Greater Chapter
Buckden

6.30pm
Choir Practice
GG Church
Thu
7.30pm
Bellringing Practice
GG Church
Sat
2pm
Wedding
GG Church
SERVICES FOR SUNDAY
29th May
FIRST SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY
GROUP SERVICES
10
am Family Communion
  ABBOTSLEY
6 pm CHORAL EVENSONG
GREAT GRANSDEN


PEW SHEET NOTICES

GROUP SERVICE at Great Gransden Church on 29th May at 6pm will take the form of Choral Evensong with The Gransdens’ Church Choir.  All welcome—music for Choir and Congregation.

OPEN MEETING  for all Villagers with Archdeacon Hugh McCurdy, 7.30pm June 28th  in Little Gransden Village Hall (NOTE Change of venue).  Following on from the Parochial Church meetings of Gt & Lt Gransden it was decided to invite the Archdeacon to come and join in sharing how the parishes could work more closely together in the future.

YOUNG PEOPLE’S HOSTEL HUNTINGDON—help needed.  Do you have young people at home who have outgrown their clothes, or have clothes they no longer wear? Can you help with a working party one Saturday to help the young people living  there improve the garden currently just grass? Contact Jenny Wilkinson.

WATOTO AFRICAN CHILDREN’S CHOIR CONCERT Friday 10th June 7pm Great Gransden Church Barnabas Oley School invites all who wish to join them and come and hear the children sing. There will be no tickets but it is hoped the Church will be filled with African music.

 



 








 







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