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March 10th, 2022
Published by: Fiona Clarke
Category: Latest News
FUTURE PLANS - MESSAGE FROM THE VICAR
Dawn Airey - The Vicar
All Saints Church, Great Harrowden
In late 2020 I felt the Lord speak to me through Paul's storm journey in Acts 27. Paul was imprisoned on a boat when a terrifying storm threatened to destroy the boat and everyone on it. In the middle of the sea, with no land inMore
June 20th, 2022
March 24th, 2021
April 20th, 2022
This year 190 rocks were painted and distributed throughout the community.
For every rock that was found and brought Church in Redwell School on Good Friday, an Easter Egg was substituted for it.
As last year, the Ester Rock Hunt was a great success. Thank you to all who painted the rocks and supplied the Easter Eggs, and congratulations to allMore
February 20th, 2021
Many thanks to all those who helped prepare and deliver the Lent Bags the week before Ash Wednesday. Remember the Ice? The Snow? Those Freezing Temperatures? Fear not! Nothing was going to stop the bags getting there on time!More
March 3rd, 2021
Hope you are well. I have attached the link to our latest link letter.
Please keep us in your prayers. COVID cases have gone up here and we are having weekend lockdowns, with things operating at 25% capacity Monday to Friday. It’s uncertain as to whether the weekend lockdowns will continue beyond this first weekend of March. WeMore
In Person Services
We have weekly In Person services at Redwell Primary School starting at 10.30 am on Sunday mornings. There are separate groups for under 18's - see one of the following for further details:-
The services are live-streamed to YouTube and added to Facebook later in the day.
They can be accessed by clicking on the following links orMore
April 15th, 2021
September 2018, Maria Seaman and John Mulhall began a Lay Pioneer’s Course.
The final part of this course was to develop a way to reach out to people outside of the established church. Independently of each other both Maria and John had the Homeless of Wellingborough put on their hearts, and they were given the name “Street Church.”
April 17th, 2021
Established in 2013
Work alongside the Police, Pubs and Clubs, the Council and the local Pubwatch
Help, Care & Listen to those in need and Serve the Night Time Economy
Currently 15 Commissioned Street Pastors, with three trainees about to be commissioned and seven more in training. One of our Street Pastors is a trained Response Pastor
Go out a minimum of threeMore