April at St Mary’s Buckden

We have started April on a high with Easter Sunday falling on the 1st day of the month.
Alleluia, Christ is risen. He is risen indeed. Alleluia!

easter

At the end of March we also received a net £35,600, the grant from Amey Community Foundation.  So we have much to celebrate and be grateful for.

As we move on into April, some important business and administrative tasks must be addressed.

Annual Meetings  – ANNUAL PAROCHIAL CHURCH MEETING (APCM) & ELECTION OF CHURCHWARDENS. SUNDAY 8TH APRIL 2018 at 12.15am following by BRING & SHARE LUNCH.  Please join us at the meetings and at the lunch after. Those on the church or civic electoral roll may vote in the election of churchwardens. Those on the church electoral roll may vote in the PCC elections. If you want to get more involved, or change your activities, there are lists for the various volunteer roles (please amend by hand) and forms for electoral roll applications and PCC, churchwarden and Deanery Synod nominations at the back of church. the annual report can be downloaded here Annual report 2017

New Data Protection Rules May we contact you? There will be new data protection legislation (GDPR) in place from May 2018. We will need to have your written consent in order to store your details and to contact you. To remain on, or to join, any of our mailing lists or to have your details stored by Rev Jes and/or St Mary’s PCC, pick up a form in church or download one here Buckden GDPR Consent

New Safeguarding Rules – New accreditation for church volunteers, PCC members, those dealing with children and vulnerable adults has been introduced and will be a focus for 2018, to protect ourselves and the community we serve. The accreditation can be in the form of an online assessment or face to face workshop; more information will follow.

A copy of this month’s newsletter can be downloaded here 1804 newsletter
Or see all recent newsletters on this website under the INFO tab.

Our chosen Charity for March-April is Little Princess Trust http://www.littleprincesses.org.uk/ .  The Little Princess Trust provides real hair wigs free of charge to children and young adults up to the age of 24, who have sadly lost their own hair due to cancer treatment and other illnesses. Look out for the display in church and more information in the pewsheets this month.

1804 Roundabout St Mary's page April1

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Holy Week & Easter at St Mary’s

PALM SUNDAY        Sunday 25th March
8.00am     Holy Communion
11.00am   All Age Communion and Passion Play for Palm Sunday.
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MAUNDY THURSDAY         Thursday 29th March
8.00pm  Holy Communion

GOOD FRIDAY      Friday 30th March

Good Friday children’s booking form 2018

GOOD FRIDAY   2.00pm       The Last Hour  Quiet service in St Mary’s

EASTER SUNDAY           Sunday    1st April
8.00am Holy Communion for Easter
11.00 am Family Communion for Easter and Children’s Activities
6pm  Holy Communion for Easter

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March 2018 at St Mary’s Buckden

The beginning of March is full of events, starting on the Thursday 1st with Mad March Munchies (a trip to Spicelands), followed by Women’s World Day of Prayer on Friday 2nd and the Annual Church Auction on Saturday 3rd. There’s more information on these and other events below.

 

LENT: We are already well into the season of Lent.  Our 2018 Lent course is based on “The King’s Speech” and there are two options for taking part:-
Monday lunchtimes – BDCT study lunches (with soup lunch) 12.30pm at the Methodist Hall.   Last session 19th March.
Thursday evenings – 8.30pm study sessions at 7 Vineyard Way Thursdays to 22nd March

Newsletter: You can download our latest newsletter here 1803 st mary’s newsletter or see all recent newsletters on this website under the INFO tab.

1803 Roundabout St Mary's page March1

CHARITIES
Our chosen Charity for March-April is Little Princess Trust http://www.littleprincesses.org.uk/ .  The Little Princess Trust provides real hair wigs free of charge to children and young adults up to the age of 24, who have sadly lost their own hair due to cancer treatment and other illnesses. Look out for the display in church and information in the pewsheets this month.

CONCERT – this month we have our first concert of 2018 : Hinchingbrooke Rising Stars

March 2018 Concert Poster1

May we contact you? There is new data protection legislation (GDPR) from May 2018. We will need to have your written consent to store your details and to contact you. Consent forms will be available in April (from the website and in church) and circulated with the April newsletter. Please take time to read the information and fill in a form. Without written consent we will no longer be able to contact you

 

The beginning of March is full of events, starting on the Thursday 1st with Mad March Munchies (a trip to Spicelands), followed by img_1801World Day of Prayer on Friday 2nd and the Annual Church Auction on Saturday 3rd. There’s more information on these and other events below.

lent

We are already well into the season of Lent.  Our 2018 Lent course is based on “The King’s Speech” and there are two options for taking part:-
Monday lunchtimes – BDCT study lunches (with soup lunch) 12.30pm at the Methodist Hall.   Last session 19th March.
Thursday evenings – 8.30pm study sessions at 7 Vineyard Way Thursdays to 22nd March

Newsletter: You can download our latest newsletter here or see all recent newsletters on this website under the INFO tab.

CHARITIES
Our chosen Charity for March-April is Little Princess Trust  The Little Princess Trust provides real hair wigs free of charge to children and young adults up to the age of 24, who have sadly lost their own hair due to cancer treatment and other illnesses. http://www.littleprincesses.org.uk/

CONCERT – this month we have our first concert of 2018 from Hinchingbrooke Rising Stars

May we contact you? There is new data protection legislation (GDPR) from May 2018. We will need to have your written consent to store your details and to contact you. Consent forms will be available in April (from the website and in church) and circulated with the April newsletter. Please take time to read the information and fill in a form. Without written consent we will no longer be able to contact you

Time for a clear out – it’s St Mary’s annual auction

Lent courses start this week

Our 2018 Lent course is based on “The King’s Speech” and there are two options for taking part:-
Monday lunchtimes – BDCT study lunches (with soup lunch) 12.30pm at the Methodist Hall. For 5 weeks starting 19th February.Thursday evenings – 8.30pm study sessions at 7 Vineyard Way Thursdays for 5 weeks starting 22nd February