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Lent & Easter in the Knightley Benefice


Holy Week

Video Reflections Monday to Wednesday


Maundy Thursday


Maundy Thu order of service

Good Friday

Good Friday

Easter Day

The online Easter Service is available here

There will be Easter Day Services at the following churches;
9.15am Newnham Common worship Holy Communion
11.00am Badby Common worship Holy Communion
5.00pm Charwelton BCP 1662 Holy Communion

All Covid-19 restrictions from before we had to move out of the church buildings are still in place.

Please use the hand sanitzer provided, observe social distancing and wear a mask in the building. Please do not congregate around the door or elswhere in the building and please do not attend if you have Covid-19 symptoms.

Here are some of our previous services and events during Lent.

Ash Wednesday Service

Ash Wed

This year's Lent Group

What difference does the cross of Jesus Christ make to the way you live?
Passion study
It's easy to know that Jesus' death has changed your eternal life completely, and yet still be missing something important when you think about the cross. The New Testament teaches that Jesus’ death is not only great for the future when we die; it changes how we live today, too. The events of Christ’s final day can transform our every day, shaping every detail of our lives: suffering, success, money, marriage, everything.

This six-study lent course looks at the twenty-four hours before Jesus’ death through the eyes of Luke’s Gospel. There are no wasted words, spare characters or unimportant moments. Every aspect of Jesus’ final day will change our hearts and challenge our lives.

Let his Passion stir yours.

The group is meeting via Zoom on a Wednesday lunchtime at 12.30 pm beginning on Wednesday 24th February using a PDF resource.
We have begun this course now, but keep a look out for another group starting after Easter.




Malcolm Ingham, 17/01/2021
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