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Kirdford with

Plaistow & Ifold

St John the Baptist,

Kirdford

Holy Trinity,

Plaistow

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FORTHCOMING EVENTS

This page is updated at the beginning of each month. More details of these events are given in our parish magazine, the Parish News, which is on sale in both our churches (in Kirdford and Plaistow).

For more details about the Parish News, including subscriptions, please click on “Groups and activities” in the navigation bar above.


EVENTS IN MAY 2021


THURSDAY 13TH MAY, 9.00 am (St Peter ad Vicula church, Wisborough Green)

+ Ascension Day service and breakfast

This year we will join our friends at Wisborough Green for the Ascension Day service. 9.00 am at St Peter's, followed by breakfast which is kindly being provided by the WG folk.


SUNDAY 30TH MAY, 4.00 pm (Holy Trinity church, Plaistow)

+ Patronal Festval service and tea

We'll be celebrating the Patronal Festival of Holy Trinity church in Plaistow on the afternoon of Sunday 30th at 4.00 pm followed by tea and cake.


THURDAY 13TH TO SUNDAY 23RD MAY

+ 'Thy Kngdom Come 2021

“Thy Kingdom Come” is a global prayer movement that invites Christians around the world to pray from Ascension Day to Pentecost (May 13th to 23rd). We will especially be praying for God to reign in our lives and in the lives of others, which is actually what we are praying for when we pray “Thy Kingdom Come” in the Lord's Prayer. Archbishop Justin Welby writes: “In praying 'Thy Kingdom Come' we all commit to playing our part in the renewal of the nations and the transformation of communities."

This year, because of the coronavirus restrictions, we are unable to have our usual prayer stations in our churches, but the organisers of “Thy Kingdom Come” have produced a number of prayer booklets, with prayers for each of the days between Ascension Day and Pentecost, that will be available to use at home.

The Lord's Prayer Trail in Kirdford churchyard is also still available, and will be refurbished in time for this year's “Thy Kingdom Come”; there are booklets containing a map of the Trail in the church.


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