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It includes an article about an Orthodox Community in Rugby.
We are members of the St Chad network, which seeks to cover all denominations. Here is their latest newsletter.
Here's the link to book - https://thyateira-deanery.uk/confest2023thyateira-deanery.uk/confest2023
St Aidan's Church will host a Musical Entertainment on:-
Saturday, 14th May 2022 at 7-00pm, starring our own Katharine Dryden, as well as others.
This is a fund-raising event to support both the Anglican and the Orthodox communities that use St Aidan's Church.
Our family and friends will also participate in a fund-raising concert in support of the victims of the war in Ukraine.
The concert will be this coming Saturday, 14th of May, in the beautiful old church of St Andrew in Eakring, North of Southwell,
and will start at 7 pm. Tickets will be £5 each.
It's a shame that it clashes with the other concert but perhaps those who can't get to St Aidan might be able to get to Eakring?
The programme is below.
Everyone is welcome, and we'll be very happy to see you there and please do tell more people, print out the programme and announcement if you can!
After two years of absence, the Young Peoples Camp for those aged 9-16 will be held in Wales near Brecon Beacons from 24 July to 6 August, 2022. The Camp is led by Fr Alexander Fostiropoulos. Fr David and Fr Julian have pamphlets with details. Applications to Alexis Martinowsky: firstname.lastname@example.org (07966 198 770).
Deanery Conference & Festival 2022
6 p.m. Friday, 27th May to 2 p.m. Monday, 30th May at High Leigh Conference Centre, Hoddesdon, Herts
'How to be the Church: learning from our past, discerning our calling.'
I am sure that many of us are hoping and praying that this (much delayed) annual event will take place next May. We have all experienced to some degree the disruption, disorientation and stress that the pandemic has caused, not forgetting the bereavement and continuing health issues being suffered by many in our communities.
As members of the Church, we have also been made to face particular challenges, not only in our parishes/communities, but also in our personal and family lives, as well as in the wider worlds of work and society. We hope that our event next May will be an opportunity to come together, to share our experiences and learn from one another, 'How to be the Church ...'.
If you have somewhere to display a poster (advertising this event) please download a copy (link here). We will be circulating regular Newsletters by email as and when further details have been confirmed.
Deanery Conference & Festival: what is it?
Deanery Conference and Festival 2022 web-page
Please click on the pdf document below to read information about:-
Please click on the link below to read the notice about the cancellation of the Children’s Summer Camp 2021.
(click on document to download)