Harvest festivals will be held throughout the benefice as listed here. Gifts of fresh fruit and vegetables received in Kimbolton will be donated to the hospice at Moggerhanger; tinned and dried goods will be given to the St Neots food bank. The food bank particularly needs:
- long life fruit juice
- pasta sauce
- tinned fruit
- long life milk
- tinned meat
- tinned rice pudding
- tinned custard
- tea bags (80s)
- long grain rice
- chocolate biscuit bars e.g. KitKat
- sponge puddings
Thank you for all your donations.
This will be held on Sunday 6 October, in the Mandeville Hall., after the 10.45 harvest service. Tickets are available from Mavis, or from the Flower Shop (£8 each).
Tilbrook’s harvest meal will be on Saturday 5 October – service at 5pm, followed by a meal in the village hall.
The harvest service will be held on Sunday 13 October at 6pm, and followed by a meal in the George.
For Philip’s sermon on Jeremiah 32 from Sunday 29 September CLICK HERE
For Philip’s sermon on Jeremiah 8 from Sunday 22 Sept CLICK HERE
For Philip’s sermon on 2 Timothy 2 from 13 Oct CLICK HERE and for the text of Rev Hannah Cleugh’s sermon from Kimbolton (pdf), CLICK HERE
There will be two Bible study groups starting again in the week beginning 8 September, at different venues in Tilbrook and Kimbolton. The idea is that we’ll all study the same topic, so that will allow people to go to one of the other groups if they’re unable to go to their “usual” evening. The topic will be confirmed later – watch this space.
Venues are as follows:
Tuesday, 7.30pm, Kimbolton, at Daphne’s
Thursday, 7.45pm, Kimbolton, at Ann B’s
St Andrew’s Lych Gate Book Bazaar – will be running in Kimbolton for a trial period in August. Saturdays 10, 17, 24 and 31 August after 10am. Paperbacks will be 50p; hardbacks from £1.
Mossy Church Sunday 18 August, 3pm in Duchess’s Walk – bring a picnic tea!