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Women's World Day of Prayer

It is Women's World Day of Prayer on Friday 3rd March, with a service specially planned by the women of the Philippines.  Please join us for a special service in Priors Marston Church at 10.30am and then stay for coffee and cake!

Carriers of Hope delivery

Today we delievered three car loads of goods to the Carriers of Hope in Coventry for local refugees.  This included lots of nappies and baby milk, food, clothing, cots, bedding and towels.  They were very pleased to receive them.

Events through Lent

On Ash Wednesday 1st March, the Bishop of Warwick will be joining us to celebrate Holy Communion and the Imposition of Ashes at 7.30pm in Stockton Church.

During Lent, we will be having a series of five reflections on journeying with Jesus. These will offer a time for worship, prayer, music and silence.  Everyone is welcome to join us at 7.30pm in Stockton Church on:  Monday 6th March, Wednesday 15th March, Friday 24th March, Monday 27th March, Thursday 6th April. 

Pancake party

Stockton Church invites you to join us for our Pancake Party on Tuesday 28th February between 4.00pm and 6.00pm in church - everyone is welcome!

Quiet Day in Lent - The Foolishness of the Cross

A day looking, praying, discussing and meditating on

1 Corinthians 1:18-31 considering the impact of the Cross this Lent, in particular, on our world at this time.

Where:       St. Lawrence, Church Road, Napton, Nr. Southam

When:       Saturday 1st April 2017 Time:  9.30 for coffee and croissants Lunch will also be provided

Finish:      approximately 3.30pm with tea and cake

Donation from the Rugby Cement Benevolent Fund

Members of St Lawrence Church, Napton were delighted to accept a cheque from Ian Southcott, UK Community Affairs Manager for the Rugby Cement Benevolent Fund, for an amazing £10,000 towards the Roof Repair Fund. This is a fantastic start to our fundraising as we have to find just short of £80,000 to repair the roof to ensure the church remains water tight for generations to come, and to repairs to adjacent masonry and rainwater goods. Thanks to the trustees of Rugby Cement Benevolent Fund we are an eighth of the way there!


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