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All Saints’ Church: The Rev Jacqueline Dove is Rector for the Blackthorn Chase Benefice comprising the five villages of Beachampton, Nash, Thornborough, Thornton and Whaddon.;

We are now having our normal winter service rota which is:

First Sunday:  Holy Communion 10 am

Second Sunday:  Morning Prayer 10 am

Third Sunday: Holy Communion 10 am

Fourth Sunday:  Church4ALL/All Age Worship 10.30 am

Specific dates are in the Calendar section of the website.  ALL ARE WELCOME.

We serve refreshments after the morning services.

Church Projects.  We are delighted to tell you that after months/years of planning, we can now proceed with our projects to rewire the church, install new lighting and heating, renew the main path from the Stratford Road and replace and widen the path from the Village Hall carpark.  This is only possible because of the reserves built up from past fetes, together with the generosity of Nash Village and All Saints’ congregation and successful bids to three external grant awarding bodies.  In particular, the most recent Gift Day raised nearly £7,900 for which the church is deeply grateful.

The lighting and heating works are due to start in the church on 19 February and will take around 2 weeks to complete. This will involve the removal of the wall heaters and their replacement by heaters under the pews and choir stalls and the installation of 3 wall panel heaters. The lighting will be updated to provide movement generated lighting with different lighting options to suit the particular circumstances of use. One or two services due to take place in church during this period will take place in the Village Hall instead.

Work on the church paths has been put back until early March so that this does not take place at the same time as the electrical works in the church; the actual start date is dependent on the contractor’s schedule and the weather.

Christmas It was lovely that the church was full on Christmas Eve for the Carol Service.  The collection from that service and the Christmas morning service was split between UNICEF and the Salvation Army.  The congregations were very generous and each charity received £213.50.

Village Lunches:  We are not putting any dates in the diary for the Village/Weekday lunches, until the work on the church and the paths has been completed.

Ash Wednesday: Following the Ash Wednesday Holy Communion service on 14 February, there will be a soup lunch in Nash Village Hall (at approximately 1.15pm). Donations in respect of the cost of the lunch (after expenses) will be given to Christian Aid.



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