Visiting Preachers – Spring 2013

Visiting Preachers

More notes for your diaries!   On several occasions over the next few weeks our Sunday morning worship will be led by a number of visitors:


Sunday, 12th MayRev. Graeme Anderson from St. Mary’s Radcliffe-on-Trent will be exchanging pulpits with Rev. Neil.


Sunday, 19th May (Pentecost)Rt. Rev. Paul Butler, Bishop of Southwell and Nottingham, is to lead worship in Kirkby as part of his annual Prayer Walk, this year across the Newstead Deanery.   Full details are not yet finalised, but Bishop Paul will either preside at a joint communion for ourselves and St. Wilfrid’s in St. Thomas’ church, or at a joint open-air service at a venue to be confirmed.  (Since the railway line is the parish boundary, Kirkby Rail Station has been suggested as a venue, with our friends at St. Wilfrid’s on the Northbound platform, St. Thomas’  church family on the Southbound platform and Bishop Paul presiding from the centre of the footbridge, but there could be practical difficulties with this!)


Bishop Paul has also heard about our Curry Club evenings and is keen to pay a midweek visit to Weatherspoons at The Regent.


Watch this space!


Sunday, 9th JuneVen. David Pickens, Archdeacon of Newark will preside at our Family Communion service.


Posted April 20, 2013 by stthomaschurchkirkby in Future events, General news