Saturday, 24 December 2016

Night shelter looking for volunteers

A new night shelter for rough sleepers in Northampton has been unable to open on time due to lack of volunteers to run the centre. If you feel able to commit to volunteering to help the centre more information about how to volunteer can be found here: http://www.northampton.gov.uk/northamptonnightshelter

Bishop's Christmas message

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Bishop Donald’s Christmas message can be be found online.

Monday, 28 November 2016

Christmas Services in Living Brook Benefice





Christmas Services in the Living Brook Benefice
27th Nov
6 pm
Wassail and Carol Service
Piddington
11th Dec
6 pm
Nine Lessons and Carols
Piddington
18th Dec
3 pm
Christingle
Quinton
18th Dec
6 pm
Nine Lessons and Carols
Hardingstone
24th Dec
3 pm
Crib service
Hardingstone
24th Dec
4 pm
Crib service
Piddington
24th Dec
5.30 pm
Carols by Candlelight
Quinton
24th Dec
7 pm
Carol Service
Preston Deanery
24th Dec
11.30 pm
Midnight Mass
Piddington
25th Dec
9.30 am
Family Communion
Quinton
25th Dec
11 am
Family Communion
Hardingstone
1st Jan
11 am
Family Communion
Piddington

Monday, 7 November 2016

Services on Remembrance Sunday


Services will be changed as followed for Remembrance Sunday, 13th Nov 2016


8:00 am Said Communion Piddington
10:00 am Service of Remembrance Carey Baptist Chapel,Hackleton
11:00am Act of Remembrance Hackleton War Memorial
10:45am Act of Remembrance Hardingstone War Memorial
followed by service at St Edmund’s
12:00pm Service of Remembrance Quinton

Monday, 20 June 2016

Living Brook Benefice Celebration Service

 You are invited to the 
Celebration of the official union of 
The Living Brook Benefice
Saturday 30th July at 11am at Piddington Church.
Bishop John will preside at the communion, joined by Archdeacon Richard and other special guests.
After the service there will be a buffet lunch and a chance to see displays about benefice life, and to support LBYF fundraising for Save the Children.

'Made in Hardingstone' fundraiser

Come and see the collective creative talent in Hardingstone and support the Church fundraising efforts at the same time.

Saturday, 7 May 2016

Iris Sanders



Sadly Iris Sanders died Friday morning, but she is now at peace with the Lord and reunited with her beloved ones.  She will be one of the last people who have lived in the villages of Piddington and Hackleton and worshipped in the same Church all of her very long life (96years). She had been an active PCC member and Church worker for many years too, as well as a staunch supporter in her later years. Rest in peace.

The funeral service for Iris will be on the 26th of May at 11.15 am at St John the Baptist, Piddington, followed by her cremation and afterwards at Horton Cricket Club.
The family have requested that people wishing to remember Iris do so by giving donations to Piddington Church in lieu of flowers.