Archive for October, 2007

Annual Parish Meeting

To elect PCC members and officers, receive reports on the past year, and look to the coming year. Please note the new time (after the Parish Eucharist on […]

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Thanksgiving for people who’ve been married at St Peter’s

A service of thanksgiving and blessing, for people who’ve been married at St. Peter’s.

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Flower Festival, with a Wedding theme

When spring comes, many people’s thoughts turn to weddings, perhaps the family are going to celebrate an anniversary or maybe a couple are planning their own marriage or […]

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Launch of the Mission Partnership

The West Leicester Mission Partnership is a group of Anglican churches in this area, who are working closer together to reach out to our communities with the love […]

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Remembrance Sunday – Short Eucharist

To replace our normal Parish Eucharist, in preparation for the Service of Remembrance at 10.45am.

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Memorial Service

An invitation to families who’ve lost a loved one recently, to remember, pray and light a candle. This service is becoming more and more popular, as we write […]

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Easter Day

“Alleluia! Christ is risen. He is risen indeed. Alleluia!â€? The Easter worship, started in the night, is completed by the celebration of the Eucharist, as we greet our […]

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Remembrance Sunday – Service of Remembrance

In our season of remembering, we invite friends from the British Legion and Braunstone Town Council to a special Remembrance Service. We remember those who have died in […]

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Easter Eve service

This atmospheric service is the beginning of the Easter celebration, when we follow the lighted Easter Candle (symbolising the life of Christ which even death could not put […]

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Good Friday meditation

A Good Friday meditation at St Crispin’s Braunstone Town, based on the Stations of the Cross. The meditation (led by Roz Burch) will be a quiet reflection on […]

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All Saints Sunday

November is a time of remembering, and the season starts at the St Peter’s Parish Eucharist as we remember those Christians who have gone before us.

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Good Friday – “Christ in the Centre”

The drama of Jesus’ arrest, trial and execution, performed in the middle of town among all the shoppers. See the “Christ in the Centre” website for more details.

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Maundy Thursday

The night before he died, Jesus had supper with his friends. He took a towel and washed their feet. He taught them to “love one another as I […]

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Palm Sunday Eucharist and Procession

This service re-enacts the triumphant ride of Jesus into Jerusalem, to be cheered on by the crowds as their king. We carry palm crosses in the procession from […]

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Mothering Sunday – give thanks to God for your Mum!

Everyone is invited to our Parish Eucharist at 10am, where we all give thanks to God for our Mums. And we enjoy a drink and a chat afterwards. […]

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Bible Sunday

Bible Sunday used to be the second Sunday of Advent, but the new calendar encourages us to keep it on the last Sunday after Trinity. We try to […]

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Ash Wednesday (Lent begins)

Lent begins with the Holy Communion at 9.30am. Our usual Wednesday service (using the traditional Book of Common Prayer order) is expanded by the ancient rite of putting […]

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The Presentation of Christ in the temple – Candlemas

Our Parish Eucharist at 10am. Just as the infant Jesus was offered to the Lord in the Temple, so we will welcome a baby for baptism this morning. […]

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The Braunstone Cross at the Cathedral

The Braunstone Cross is due to make its first appearance at a “Regeneration and Cultureâ€? event at the Cathedral. Inspired by Latin American crosses that tell the story […]

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The Baptism of Christ

Our Parish Eucharist at 10am. Join us afterwards for a drink and a chat.

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