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Parish of Great Missenden with Ballinger and Little Hampden

Verse of the Week

" But immediately Jesus spoke to them and said, 'Take heart, it is I; do not be afraid.

( Matthew 14:27 )

Service times

20 August 10th Sunday after Trinity

St Peter & St Paul

8am - Holy Communion

10am - Parish Communion

6pm - Taize Prayer and Music

(Details of the Music)

St Mary's Ballinger

No service

Little Hampden

No service

 

Today's date is Saturday, 19 August 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
13 Aug
2017

  • Cream Teas

    With music this week given by the St Mary's Brass 3-5pm


    3.00pmSt Peter and St PaulParish Office
    01494 862 352
  • Sunday
    6 Aug
    2017

  • Cream Teas

    Science at Cream Teas today: Bees and Bee Keeping


    3.00pmSt Peter & St PaulParish Office
    01494 862 352
  • Sunday
    30 Jul
    2017

  • Cream Teas

    With music this week given by the Classical Guitars 3-5pm


    3.00pmSt Peter and St PaulParish Office
    01494 862352
  • Sunday
    23 Jul
    2017

  • Cream Teas

    With music this week given by the Queen's Park Jammers 3-5pm


    3.00pmSt Peter and St PaulParish Office
    01494 862352
  • Saturday
    22 Jul
    2017

  • 'Buckinghamshire in the Civil War'

    A Friends of Great Missenden Parish Church event - a talk by the historian, Professor Ian Beckett, Professor of Military History at the University of Kent.
    With afternoon Tea
    Adults: £8, children: Free
    Free parking on the adjacent school playground.

    Buckinghamshire's location on the main routes between the King's base at Oxford and Parliament's in London made its resources key to both sides. The impact of the Civil Wars on the county between 1642 and 1660, therefore, was considerable. The talk will illustrate the political, social and economic impact for both the 'county community' of the gentry and the 'local community' of ordinary people in the towns and villages as well as touching on county figures who played a national wartime role such as John Hampden, George Fleetwood of Great Missenden, and Sir Edmund Verney.

    Professor Ian Beckett is the author of Wanton Troopers: Buckinghamshire in the Civil Wars, 1640-60 (2015).

    2.30pmThe Oldham Hall, Great MissendenJennifer Moss
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