The Bible study groups (house groups) are starting again in May after a short break for Easter. We will now be meeting in St Andrew’s Kimbolton, on Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 7.30 to 9pm.
Everyone is welcome – just come along to whichever evening suits you best.
For more information, please see Daphne or email us.
The annual family walk for Rogation Sunday takes place next Sunday, 5 May. This is a gentle walk around the village, with stops for hymns and short prayers, at a field full of crops, gardens, by the river etc.
Traditionally Rogation Sunday is the day when the church offers prayers for God’s blessing on the harvest and on those who work to produce our food, and a common feature as the ceremony of beating the bounds. The Rogation walk is the modern version of this.
We will meet by the lychgate at St Andrew’s, Kimbolton, at 10.45, and return to the church at the end of the walk.
Everyone is welcome, especially children, but it can be a bit muddy if the weather has been wet so please do wear suitable footwear!
Sunday 14 April Palm Sunday
10.45 KIM Procession from Castle Green to Church for short Family Communion Service.
18.00 KIM Stainer’s Crucifixion (with South Leightonstone Benefice Choir, organ & soloists)
Wednesday 17 April
19.30 TIL Stations of the Cross
Thursday 18 April Maundy Thursday
19.30 KIM Maundy Eucharist with dramatised reading of Last Supper account
Friday 19 April Good Friday
9.30 KIM Children are invited to help make Easter Garden (& other activities)
12pm KIM Procession of Witness from Castle Green to Church, with dramatised reading of Crucifixion account
Sunday 21 April Easter Day
09.30 COV Parish Communion
10.45 KIM Easter Communion with Service of Light followed by children’s Easter Egg Hunt
The Benefice Choir will be singing Stainer’s Crucifixion on Sunday 14 April, at St Andrew’s Kimbolton, and would welcome any other singers, especially tenors and basses, who would like to join us.
If you are interested please contact Daphne and I will pass the information on.
With thanks to Lynda Dack for some of the photos