Alpha Course starting on Tuesday 10th January
7.15pm for 7.30 – 9.30pm
Venue TBC (depending on numbers)
Is there more to life than this? And other questions!
Please find attached Napton's November issue of our monthly bulletin, News from the Pews.
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October's News from the Pews from St Lawrence, Napton
St Lawrence Church Harvest Supper. Friday 16th September at Holt Farm, Holt Road, Napton (by kind permission of Neil & Angie Adkins). 6:30-9pm. Please see poster for more details.
We would love to get the traditional Harvest Supper back on the agenda in Napton. The village has fantastic community events but harvest has slipped a long way behind many of the other celebrations that take place in the village.
The Informal - 18th September @ STOCKTON
As most of our music group is away for the September Informal, we are going to do something completely different!
It is still happening, but in STOCKTON Church (same time - 6pm + cake beforehand). It will be a more reflective evening with some Taize music and a focus on the Lord's Prayer.I hope you can join us
Rev’d Peter Jackson, who tragically died in 2014, set up the Peter Jackson Youth Fund, upon his retirement in 1999 after being vicar of Napton for 27 years.
The Fund was set up to provide small grants towards the purchase of academic books to young people living in Napton who are going to further education (College or university).
Napton St Lawrence PCC are inviting applications to the fund which should be submitted by 30th September 2016, in writing and preferably by email to email@example.com containing the following information.
The funeral of the Catholic Priest, Father Jacques Hamel, murdered by extremists in Rouen last week, takes place in France om Tuesday 2 August.
As a gesture of solidarity, and in our own small way, to stand up against such evil, we are holding a special service to show our support for France and, for that matter, all countries affected by recent attacks by extremists in the name of religion.
The Hope16 event Jazz & Tea on Sunday 3rd July, has been so popular that all the tickets have been sold. We apologise to those who have been unable to get tickets. We're looking forward to a lovely afternoon at Holt Farm. If you have bought tickets, remember it's from 2-5pm with refreshments during the interval.
Thank you to everyone who supported this year's church fete. Despite a stormy day and lower than usual numbers your support meant we raised over £1100 towards the running of the village church. A special thank you to sponsors and local businesses who generously supported the day. Napton Village Stores, Red Banger Catering, The King's Head, Skin & Tonic, B Line Plant Hire and the Folly. Also to the many people who baked cakes, donated tombola items and ran stalls. Our gratitude goes to Southam Country Stores for organising and sponsorship of the Novelty Dog Show.