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Parish of Great Missenden with Ballinger and Little Hampden

Verse of the Week

" Do not worry about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be known to God.

( Philippians 4:6 )

Service times

22nd Oct Trinity 18

St Peter & St Paul

8am - Holy Communion

10am - Parish Communion

6pm - Choral Evensong

(Details of the Music)

St Mary's Ballinger

No service

Little Hampden

1130 Harvest Service

followed by Harvest Sale

coffee from 11am

 

Today's date is Thursday, 19 October 2017

Events from the past month, in the Church & Parish

All events took place in the Parish Church unless otherwise stated.

For forthcoming events, please see the Events page Here

 

News and Events which took place during the last month

Sunday
15 Oct
2017

  • Taize Prayer and Music



    6.00pmGreat Missenden Parish Church HP16 0BAParish Office
    01494 862352
  • Sunday
    1 Oct
    2017

  • Harvest Celebration Service

    Collection in aid of the Walled Garden, Great Missenden.The Friends of Great Missenden Parish Church are offering their Harvest of jams, marmalades, chutneys & tea towels after all three services.


    10.00amGreat Missenden Parish Church HP16 0BAParish Office
    01494 862352
  • Saturday
    30 Sep
    2017

  • Harvest Supper and Quiz led by the Youth Groups

    Details of tickets tbc


    7.30pmOldham HallParish Office
    01494 862352
  • Sunday
    24 Sep
    2017

  • Cream Teas

    With music this week given by the Saxophone Quartet 'Allsorts' 3-5pm


    3.00pmSt Peter and St PaulParish Office
    01494 862352
  • Sunday
    24 Sep
    2017

  • Choral Evensong



    6.00pmGreat Missenden Parish Church HP16 0BAParish Office
    01494 862352
  • Saturday
    23 Sep
    2017

  • Art & Design in the Chilterns in the 20th Century

    Friends of Great Missenden Parish Church event

    Designated an Area of Outstanding National Beauty, the Chilterns has played host to many artists and craftsmen.
    Dr Graham Twemlow's illustrated talk will focus on the work of artists and designers who lived and worked in this part of the world during the 20th Century.
    Works by Paul and John Nash, Eric Gill, John Piper, Clare Leighton, Marion Dorn, and E. McKnight Kauffer will be discussed.
    A retired University lecturer, Dr Graham Twemlow currently gives talks and writes on subjects related to the decorative arts.
    Followed by Afternoon Tea; Tickets (including Tea) Adults: £8, Children under 12: Free
    Tickets available fron Samways, the Parish Office and at the Door

    2.30pmOldham HallJennifer Moss
    01494 868667
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