Monday, 29 April 2013

Pentecost in the Park


What is missing from this photo? That's right, it's you! Come along to Abington Park to celebrate 'Pentecost In The Park' (Sunday 19th May) 1.00pm - 6.00pm


This year's event will take place in Abington Park at the Bandstand and will feature the usual mix of bands, prayers and speakers. One of our guests is Tommy Baker, a world renowned Basketball Freestyler. Tommy will be performing and sharing his testimony. Also Tommy will be out and about in Northampton on Saturday. If your Church would like to be involved in this outreach especially our youth in Northampton please contact us.
This year we are also planning a Messy Church area for families. Why not come and be involved. We look forward to seeing you there.

Faith On The Streets
Pentecost isn't just about what happens on the Sunday. Every year we join together in mission in the Church coming together as Faith On The Streets.
THIS IS AN OPPORTUNITY FOR CHURCHES TO UNITE IN MISSION WITNESSING THE GOOD NEWS OF THE GOSPEL IN OUR TOWN.
 

For further information and updates please register on Hope Northampton webpage or facebook Hope Northampton

Sunday, 28 April 2013

Easter service and parade at Hackleton




Reverend Beverley with some of the children from year 6 Hackleton Primary School and their amazing Easter bonnets and accessories

Reverend Beverley has been working hard building links with the schools in the benefice. She has been taking special lessons in the school and taking part in assemblies, including the Easter service held in the school, which focussed on a drama performed by the children in year 5.

This was followed by the Easter bonnet parade where all the children parade in a bonnet and/or accessories they have made at home. Reverend Beverley shared the difficult job of picking the winners from each class alongside Mrs Burns, the Head Teacher and senior members (Year 6) of the school council, Adam Rimmer and Ellie Pilling.

Thursday, 18 April 2013

Fundraiser for the Hardingstone organ

Help us to continue to make a joyful noise in Hardingstone. Come along to our Coffee Morning and Bring and Buy in aid of the Hardingstone organ appeal on Friday June 14th, 10 - 12 at the home of Rhoda Bauldreay, 1 Firs Court, Hardingstone.

Tuesday, 16 April 2013

Monday, 1 April 2013

Toilet Twinning Lent Campaign


 Flushed with success!

The Living Brook Benefice has raised a total to date of £311.30 for our Lent toilet twinning campaign, which means we have enough to buy FIVE new toilets which will be built in Burundi. Thanks to everyone who has saved their pennies during Lent. Some parishioners have followed Revd Beverley's lead in twinning the toilet in The Vicarage and have twinned their toilets at home too. 
We also know that our campaign has influenced other groups too, Hackleton cubs are saving their pennies during April and hope to be able to twin another toilet. In addition all the toilets in Middlesex University Library are now also being twinned, due to awareness of our campaign.

Just because our Lent campaign is over, this doesn't mean you have to stop collecting your pennies for this fantastic project. To announce the end of our Lent campaign, however, a prize of a T-shirt and an Easter egg were awarded to Toby who had managed to collect the most pennies.



Easter news

Easter news

Easter in the Living Brook Benefice has brought all our churches together at this most special time with services that have brought to life the Easter story. Services that have reflected the bittersweet moments of Jesus' last few days on Earth and the impact it had on those closest to Him then and for us here today.
The various services and activities throughout the Benefice, has been a time of fellowship and a chance to worship together with all the members of the benefice.

Below are a couple of photos taken on the Good Friday walk and breakfast. Our thanks to all those at Quinton who worked so hard to put on such a fabulous breakfast.