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Welcome to The Parish of Newport Pagnell
A New Rector is Appointed PDF Print E-mail

On Palm Sunday the parish heard the good news that the vacancy for Rector had been filled and the new incumbent would be licensed on July 15th.  The Reverend Nick Evans who has been the Vicar of St David's, Shenley Green for the last thirteen years has had a varied career during which he has worked in schools and served as a chaplain in the army.  We look forward to welcoming Nick and his wife Moira to the Benefice and ask that you continue to hold them in your prayers.

 
Newsletters and Notices PDF Print E-mail

logo-c2The latest Parish Newsletters can be downloaded below.  If you would like to put an entry in the next newsletter or weekly notice sheet then please contact Andy Graves.

 

Churches Together in Newport Pagnell publish a monthly newsletter which is also attached below.

 

The weekly Diocesan Newsletter can be accessed here...

 

Attachments:
Download this file (Connections June2015.pdf)Connections[The CTNP June Newsletter]375 Kb
Download this file (easter_newsletter.pdf)Easter Newsletter[April 2015]830 Kb
Download this file (Patronal 280615int.pdf)Intercessions[28th June 2015 - St Peter & St Paul (Patronal Festival)]38 Kb
Download this file (Patronal 280615not.pdf)Weekly Notices[28th June 2015 - St Peter & St Paul (Patronal Festival)]48 Kb
 
A Praying Church PDF Print E-mail

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The St Peter and St Paul’s Prayer Cross

Prayer is a source strength and comfort. One of our priorities is being a Praying Church. SS Peter & Paul’s, the Parish Church is open every weekday as well as Sundays. In addition to the church being open to make your own prayers we provide an opportunity for you to leave your intentions for prayer.

At the back of Parish Church you will find the Prayer Cross. Nearby are cards and some pens. If you need prayer, whether it is for yourself, for someone you know or for an issue – local, national or international – then we encourage you to write your prayer onto the paper and, as you offer it to God, place the paper into the cross by folding it and putting it into the mesh. This action metaphorically places your prayer at the foot of the cross of Jesus, who prays for us at God’s right hand.

 

`Each week after 9.30 am service at approx 10.45am people are invited for PRAYER MINISTRY for personal or any need. PRAYER CROSS requests brought to our church will then be offered and anyone is invited to take part`

 

Each evening at 5.00 pm at Evening Prayer and after the 9.30 am Sunday holy Communion service the clergy your intentions will be prayed for.

 

The Contemplative Prayer group will meet again from Monday 30th September at 8pm at 6 Kipling Drive.

Please contact the Reverend Glynis Bell if you would like to come or want to know more about it.

 

 

If you are not sure what to pray, simply write the name of the person or a word or two about the situation; if it helps, you could then pray this short prayer from Norwich Cathedral:

God, the True Light, enkindle my life

and the lives of those for whom I pray,

with the fire of your Holy Spirit;

in times of anxiety grant us serenity;

in times of suffering, strength;

and at all times a quiet trust

in your wisdom and love,

through Jesus Christ Our Lord.

 

 
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Events

Concert - NP Singers
July 11, 2015
(Parish Calendar)
Induction of Rev Nick Evans
July 15, 2015
(Parish Calendar)
Wedding - Hough/Elliot _ KB
July 18, 2015
(Parish Calendar)
Full church calendar

Verse of the Day

Psalm 33:12
“Blessed is the nation whose God is the LORD, the people he chose for his inheritance.”

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