Today’s service of Morning Prayer is held from Tilbrook, All Saint’s. We focus on our preparation for the coming King – on how we live in the in-between.
We are delighted to share a service to celebrate Remembrance Sunday. Recorded on the 1st November at St Andrew’s, Kimbolton it features contributions from the Kimbolton Branch of the Royal British Legion alongside the local church community. The church was also decorated by a few thousand poppies made by the community, and paper doves made by Kimbolton Primary Academy.
We are still together, and hope you enjoy this year’s Remembrance.
Sunday the 27th September is a fifth Sunday. In our Benefice we normally join together on those Sundays. However, we don’t really think that’s a safe thing to do, so instead we have uploaded a service to our YouTube channel which will publish very early on Sunday the 27th.
If you want to join us, this is the video:
This year we are creating an installation of poppies in St Andrew’s, Kimbolton as part of our celebration of Remembrance.
You can join in! Just click on this link, poppy patterns for Remembrance 2020 and you can download an easy to make crochet poppy.
To contribute in time, these poppies need to get to us by the 23rd October.
To contribute, get them to Revd Pamela or put them in the church porch in a plastic bag by the 23rd October.