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Services

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Safeguarding Children
and
Vulnerable Adults

Peterborough Diocese takes safeguarding children and vulnerable adults very seriously. Every parish or benefice has a named Safeguarding Officer whose responsibilities include ensuring that everyone who has significant contact with children is properly checked and monitored.


Alan Kent is the Safeguarding Officer for St.Michael's, Bugbrooke. St.Luke's, Kislingbury
and St.Peter and St.Paul's, Rothersthorpe.
He can be contacted on
01604 830518.

Penny Dickens is the Safeguarding Officer for All Saints, Harpole.
She can be contacted on
01604 832847.


The Diocese works closely with the police and social services when specific concerns about children or vulnerable adults arise.

Our Diocesan Safeguarding Adviser,
Bev Huff may be contacted at
The Diocesan Office,
The Palace, Peterborough PE1 1YB
01733 887040 (direct line)
or
email bev.huff@peterborough-diocese.org.uk,

01733 887027 (Sharon Welbourne, Safeguarding Assistant)

The RECTOR may be contacted at tel. nos.
Land Line: 01604 831621
Mobile: 07773407113
E-mail:
srjfrench at hotmail dot co dot uk
or at
The Revd. Stephen R.J.French,
The Rectory, Church Lane,
BUGBROOKE,
Northampton,
NN7 3PB

Follow the link to our safeguarding website to find out more.
Safeguarding


Church Policy is described in a document
that may be read here
Promoting a Safer Church


Other Services

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Join an ever
growing group of
friends

   via Zoom

for an
Anglican Compline service.

at 6pm on
Wednesdays

Please contact
Allan Leroy
for joining details, at allanleroy1@gmail.com


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●   1. Lift Your Voices

      Sunday (5th September) sees the reintroduction of
      singing in our worship! However, if you still feel a
      little tentative about the experience please do not
      feel at all inhibited by wearing a mask.


●   2. Invitation to the Table

      At Communion I will be inviting people to come
      forward to receive the 'Bread and Wine' together,
      which will be the first time since March 2020.
      If you do not wish to receive the Bread and Wine
      this way, please continue to bring your own
      'Bread and Wine!'


●   3. News for the Pews

      'News for the Pews', hardcopies available in each
      of the four Churches.
      Permanent service sheets also available.


●   4. Church Opening

      The jury is still out about opening the Churches
      during the day! Watch this space!


●   5. Private Prayer at St. Michaels'
         Bugbrooke

      Wednesday opening:
      a change of time from 10am to 11am


●   6. Monday Nights
      6:30pm B.C.P. Communion

      First       Sunday in the Month :- Bugbrooke
      Second  Sunday in the Month :- Harpole
      Third      Sunday in the Month :- Kislingbury
      Fourth    Sunday in the Month :- Rothersthorpe


 Grace and Peace


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      Stephen


Services

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The

Church of England

Parishes

of

are grouped together, forming a Benefice, located in South Northamptonshire and in the Diocese of Peterborough.


We hope, in the following pages, to provide all the information you may need to find and share with us.


We believe that God has begun to bring His Kingdom on earth, as it is in Heaven. Please join us,in prayer, asking that we might see more.


The buildings in Bugbrooke and Harpole are usually open daily, from around 9.30am - 3.30pm or dusk. Unfortunately, due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19), all Church building have to remain closed, until further notice. We will look forward to welcoming you to join a service of worship or one of our many regular events, when the buildings can be re-opened.


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CLIMATE CHANGE AND YOUR STREET


Have you ever done anything
toward the issue of Climate Change?


Periodically we've been asked by members, if NPN has ever done anything
toward the issue of Climate Change. Before recently the answer would
have been no.
Last month however, we have created a new project called The Climate Trust,
which is partnering with the Neighbourhood Prayer Network
(For more information, please visit Neighbourhood Prayer Network)
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Most people only do the council mandated
recycling, but not much else.
The biggest issue with Climate change is
mankind cuts down around 15 billion trees
per year and only replants 5 billion.

Trees suck in Carbon and Produce Oxygen, so we've been slowly suffocating
ourselves and warming the planet up too much.
The Climate Trust is full of ideas on what you can do in your home to reduce
carbon, and the main focus of the project is to plant as many trees as possible.

If you would like to become a member of The Climate Trust please visit
www.theclimatetrust.com The Climate Trust
In its first month over 1,500 trees have been planted.

Being a member of The Climate Trust means they will plant trees on your behalf
each month. Your family and Church can also register and they will be offering a
climate review of Church and Organisational membership, to help reduce the
carbon footprint of each organisation.



The Climate Trust is full of ideas on what you can do in your home
to reduce carbon, and the main focus of the project is to plant
as many trees as possible.
If you would like to become a member of The Climate Trust please visit
www.theclimatetrust.com The Climate Trust



Online giving


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St.Michael and All Angels, Bugbrooke


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All Saints, Harpole


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19  Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptising them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit,
20  and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age."