Week of Sunday 8th March, Lent 2


Sunday, 8th March, Lent 2

9.00 amNettledenMattins(AWA)
9.00 amLittle GaddesdenParish Communion(DL)
10.45 amGreat GaddesdenParish Communion(DL)
6.00 pmLittle GaddesdenEvensong(AWA)

Tuesday, 10th March

9.00 amGreat GaddesdenHoly Communion(JR)
10.30 amLittle GaddesdenCoffee and Cake 

Thursday, 12th March

10.00 amLittle Gaddesden Holy Communion(JR)

Friday, 13th March

10.00 amGreat GaddesdenTea, coffee and cake in the church

Sunday, 15th March, Lent 3

9.00 amLittle GaddesdenParish Communion(JR)
10.45 amGreat GaddesdenParish Communion(JR)
4.30pm NettledenEvensong – Please note different time(HT)
6.00 pmLittle GaddesdenMusic Club Concert in the Church 


Mid-Week Discussion Group

Meetings for Lent.  11, 18th, 25th March and 1st April.  Using York material Superstar, over the course.  At the home of David and Margaret Nowell-Withers, Wood Ash, Gatesdene Close.  7.45 for 8.00, ending at 10pm.  For more information, please contact Anthony Archer on 07721 504125 or anthony.archer@bridgewaterassociates.co.uk

Music Club Concert in the Church

Sunday 15th March at 6.00pm.  Soprano, Baritone and Piano.   Non-members welcome – ticket price £12 in advance from ian72542@gmail.com or 0749 165 4415 or £15 on the night.  Varied programme to include English songs by Vaughan Williams, Britten, Copland and Warlock, opera excerpts and songs from South Pacific and My Fair Lady.  ALL WELCOME

Communion before Confirmation Sessions

There will be four sessions during Lent to prepare children wishing to receive communion. For more information and to join the group, please speak to the Revd John Russell or Heather Tisbury. For those wishing to explore Confirmation please speak to the Revd John Russell.

Coronavirus Precautions

As a precaution during this potential outbreak, The Church of England has requested that the Vicar and Chalice Assistants wash their hands before communion (or use hand sanitiser).   Congregations are asked to drink from the cup and not to dip wafers in the wine (ie no intincting).  Whilst giving the Peace, there should be no hand contact.  Many thanks.