This year we will be holding our Plough Sunday Service in St. Nicolas Church, Hail Weston on the 6th January 2019 at 3 p.m., and we would very much like to invite you to join us at the service.
The tradition of the Plough Sunday service was re-introduced in recent years at Hail Weston by the late Rev. John Alford. We know that it was his wish that we would continue to celebrate Plough Sunday, and we will remember him and all that he has done for the rural community over the years, at this coming service.
We do hope that you can join us, and we look forward to seeing you.
With best wishes,
Glenn Coiley LLM and Anne-Marie Hamilton
An evening with John Barker.
Fundraising for St Nicholas church restoration.
7.30pm. Tickets £12.50 including a glass of wine, available from:
Anne-Marie Hamilton 01480 212772
Richard Winser 07885 931100
Mary Deacon 01480 812363
Sunday 3rd Sept, 3pm – family worship
Wednesday 6th Sept, 10am – Morning prayer followed by coffee
Sunday 10th Sept, 9am – Parish communion
Sunday 24th Sept, 9am – Parish communion
Saturday 30th Sept, 6pm – Harvest festival followed by supper in village hall
An amusing and informative talk about the history of the Reynolds Family of Paxton Hall
7pm on 17th March in St Nicolas Church
In aid of St Nicolas Church Restoration
Tickets £6.00 including one glass of wine
Tickets from any PCC member or Church Restoration Group member
Or phone Judith Clements: 01480 472296
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT THE EVENING
Hail Weston village and church has a fascinating past, and on the evening of March 17th Canon Annette Reed, Vicar of the Paxtons with Diddington and Southoe, will be opening the windows on some aspects of local history.
Focusing on the Reynolds family from Paxton Hall, there will be tales of human love and loss, plus some puzzles and mysterious goings on which must have set a few tongues wagging at the time. The Reynolds had strong connections with Hail Weston and the east window in the church was given by Edward Reynolds.
Annette will bring along some pictures to illustrate her talk and will intersperse the story telling with a quiz on the local history of the area.
Wine should help the evening go along with a swing and hopefully raise some funds for the restoration project at St Nicolas.
Monday 5th December 2016, 7.30pm, St Nicholas’ church
In aid of the church re-ordering fund.
Refreshments during the interval.
Tickets: £6 adults, £2 under 16s
Tel: 474542 or see a member of the choir
St Nicolas Church:
Tuesday 22nd March – 7pm Compline
Maundy Thursday 24th March – 8pm Holy Communion then Vigil
Easter Day – 9am Parish Communion