Bourne Abbey Church
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Hi I am Jonathan Smith, the Webmaster for Bourne Abbey Church.
My aim is to give you the latest news and information by using a blog on our site.
I need our community to be the newsfeed and look forward to hearing from each of you. Please do keep me updated no matter how big or small the news or idea that you would like to share with our community.
By Jonathan Smith, Aug 19 2017 04:03PM
This year this popular annual event will take place on Saturday, September 9, between 10amand 6pm.
Get together with friends and raise some cash to help with urgent repairs to your particular church.
It’s easy – ride or walk a mile or two and ask friends or family members for a few pounds sponsorship. Half the money you raise goes directly to your local church.
If you cannot ride or walk, then why not man your church to welcome and offer hospitality to those who visit.
Organised by the Lincolnshire Churches Trust; further details can be obtained from Derek Page on 01778 422512. See also the poster on the notice board at the Abbey Church in Bourne.
By Jonathan Smith, Aug 10 2017 05:00AM
Contributions for the September 2017 magazine should be with Carol Atkins by lunch-time on Sunday, August 20. They can be given to her at church, or sent to 10 Broadlands Avenue or sent by email attachment preferably as a Word document to: email@example.com
By Jonathan Smith, Jul 2 2017 07:22PM
Congratulations to Carol and the magazine committee on another interesting magazine. Copies are now available from the usual collection points, including Bourne Abbey. The magazine is also available online via the church website (www.bourneabbey.org.uk) under News or by clicking on the link http://issuu.com/bourneabbey/docs/july_2017
By Jonathan Smith, Jun 30 2017 08:00AM
A story, a song and a prayer for Toddlers and their Carers at 9.45am in the Abbey Church on Wednesday, May 3, when the topic will be "The Lost Coin." Followed by Parents and Toddlers Group in the church hall.
By Jonathan Smith, Jun 4 2017 07:44PM
Just as we did following the terrorist attack on the Manchester Arena, at Bourne Abbey we have set up a prayer candle and area for quiet prayer for those affected by Saturday evening's incident in London.
The church is open normally from 9am until 5pm for vistors and quiet prayer.
Please note that the Lady Chapel, where the prayer candle and prayer area are located, are used for Morning and Evening Prayer and the Thursday morning Communion service.
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