A lesson in humility
Saturday 4th March at Napton Village Hall. Mick Bisiker and Friends, Charity Folk Night .
8pm onwards. Bar and light refreshments available. Proceeds from this event will go to our Church Roof Repair Appeal.
Tickets £10 and available from Bernie Alsop, firstname.lastname@example.org Sue English email@example.com or Napton Village Stores.
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
Where did January go?
If you are interested in Napton's news, here's our February News from the Pews.
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!
Napton's monthly news bulletin - January 2017. A must to read to see what we've been up to!! Please click on the link below to open.
Our lovely "Knit & natter" ladies have a new project. They are going to knit poppies to make a cascade to fall from the church tower on Remembrance Sunday. Watch this space!
Celebrating Gwen's 90th birthday - a very faithful member of our congregation for many years.
Just one picture of one of our very-well attended services over Christmas. This was the Crib Service in Stockton Church - with lots of angels and shepherds, an innkeeper and his wife, several wise men, Joseph and two Marys!
It was VERY messy - but lots of fun!