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Lent study course

During Lent we will be studying the Pilgrim course "Turning to Christ".  The aim of the course is to help us understand more of the Christian faith and to see how it can be lived out each day, through the promises made at our baptism.  It will help us understand what it means to be part of a baptised community, through a combination of prayer, bible study, reflection and discussion.  This is for everyone, regardless of where you are on your Christian journey.  It will be held on Wednesdays, running for six weeks from 21st February to 28th March, at 7.15pm for 7.30pm, ending around 8.45pm in

Lent lunches

Come and enjoy a simple soup lunch from 12noon on Wednesdays in Lent - with donations for chosen charities:

21st February,7th March and 21st March in St Michael's Church, Stockton

28th February and 14th March in Napton Village Hall

Ash Wednesday

There will be a special service of Holy Communion on Wednesday 14th February at 7.30pm in St Leanard's Church, Priors Marston.  This service marks the beginning of the season of Lent and will include "Ashing" which represents us turning away from our sin towards Christ.

Pancake Party

Stockton Church invites you to join us for a pancake party on Tuesday 13th February in church between 3.30pm and 5.30pm!

Christmas is coming - part 1

After starting the morning with bacon butties, we had a lot of fun building a stable, decorating glittery stars, making edible angels and doing handprint mangers.  We finished with the Godly Play Chistmas story.  It was a lot of fun!

Messy Christmas!

It's Messy Christmas on Sunday 17th December at St. Michaels Church in Stockton when we will be thinking about Joseph and his role in the greatest story ever told.  We will start with bacon butties for breakfast at 10.30am then have lots of different crafts and finish with a story and song by 12noon.  Please join us if you can.

Remembrance Day at Stoctkon

After meeting at the new memorial stone in Jubilee Fields to say a pray and lay a wreath, the congregation was led by the flag parties of the Scouts, Cubs, Beavers and Brownies for our annual service of Remembrance in Church.  The poppies around the porch, made by the ladies of our Knit & Natter group, were much admired.


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