February at St Mary’s Buckden

It has been a busy start to the month with the Cleaning Crew in church on Saturday 1st in the morning and February Fun activities for families that same afternoon at Buckden Methodist Church.

The new ‘WHY ON EARTH?’ sessions are just finishing but we are looking at running them again soon.  If you would like to here more about this “fresh way to talk about life’s questions and faith” please contact Rev. Jes.

*NEW* St Mary’s Book Club Tuesday 11th February, 7.30 pm at the Vicarage. Our first book is Counterfeit Gods by Timothy Keller (ISBN 9780340995075).  Come along to discuss the book. If you haven’t had a chance to read it, come along anyway. All welcome to this new venture
Community Café Wednesday 12th February  2.30 – 4pm in the Living Stones Room, All welcome for a cuppa, cake and chat. Support available if you need it. Hosted by Friends in Deed.

M&Ms Ladies’Group Wednesday 12th February
 7.30pm at the Vicarage.
Digging for Buckden – talk by Barry Jobling.  All ladies welcome.

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Monday 24th February 12.30 – 4pm at Buckden Methodist Church
HOLIDAYS AT HOME – WINTER WARMER
for the retired yet young at heart. £3 entry includes ploughman’s lunch, tea & cakes
Booking forms in church or here HaH booking form
HaH 'Winter Warmer' Feb 2020 Poster

Our chosen charity for January-February is The Papworth Trust
www.papworthtrust.org.uk The Papworth Trust started in 1917 as a tuberculosis settlement, working with disabled people.  For the last 50 years, it has offered essential services to disabled and older people including care and support, leisure and learning activities, help with work and training and rehabilitation.

For more information about all events in February, have a look at this month’s newsletter. A copy can be viewed here St Mary’s Newsletter Feb-20 or you can see all recent newsletters on this website under the INFO tab

See below for a summary of the events coming up at St Mary’s this month
2002 Roundabout St Mary's page Feb1

Holiday at Home

HaH 'Winter Warmer' Feb 2020 Poster

HaH booking form

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Fun February

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Download a booking form here Fabulous February Booking Form

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HAPPY NEW YEAR / NEW DECADE 2020

HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM ALL AT ST MARY’S

After all the busy-ness of Christmas and New Year we look forward to settling into a more normal routine during January.  All our regular activities and events are back up and running and we have a couple of new ventures starting as well.

January 4th / 5th was clean-up weekend. Our Cleaning Crew started the post-Christmas clean up on Saturday and all the wreaths have now been taken down. Thank you to everyone who contributed to The Wreath Festival, the church looked fabulous throughout December.  If you have not yet collected your wreath, please do so as soon as possible.  All uncollected wreaths will be disposed of at the end of the month as we have nowhere to store them.

*NEW* Tuesday evening 7 January was the first session of ‘WHY ON EARTH?’ – a fresh way to talk about life’s questions and faith.  Contact Rev. Jes for more information.

Wednesday 8th January we have the return of the monthly ….
Community Café.  2.30 – 4pm in the Living Stones Room, All welcome for a cuppa, cake and chat. Support available if you need it. Hosted by Friends in Deed.
M&Ms Ladies’Group: New Year Quiz. 7.30pm at the Vicarage. All ladies welcome.

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Sunday 19th January 6pm. UNITY SUPPER at BUCKDEN TOWERS
Buckden & District Churches Together are hosting a bring & share meal with reflection & prayer.  All welcome.

*NEW* St Mary’s Book Club. Our first book is Counterfeit Gods by Timothy Keller (ISBN 9780340995075).  Just read the book and then come along to discuss it on Tuesday 11th February, 7.30pm at the vicarage.  All welcome to this new venture

Our chosen charity for January-February is The Papworth Trust
www.papworthtrust.org.uk The Papworth Trust started in 1917 as a tuberculosis settlement, working with disabled people.  For the last 50 years, it has offered essential services to disabled and older people including care and support, leisure and learning activities, help with work and training and rehabilitation.

For more information about all events in January, have a look at this month’s newsletter. A copy can be viewed here Dec-Jan-newsletter or you can see all recent newsletters on this website under the INFO tab

See below for a summary of the events coming up at St Mary’s this month

2001 Roundabout St Mary's page Jan1

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