Monks Risborough, Buckinghamshire, England
If you are a newcomer to Monks Risborough, new to this church, or just a visitor, please accept this as a personal welcome to you.
St. Dunstan’s (and the tiny chapel at St. Peter’s Owlswick) is open for everyone of all faiths and none.
We invite you to be part of the life and worship of our church and hope you will discover for yourself the happiness and friendship of this community which means so much to us here.
Aerial shot by kind permission of Rectrix Drone Services
Open to God: Open for Everyone
This parish is committed to the safeguarding, care and nurture of the children and people of all ages in our church community. The parish Safeguarding Policy, further information and contact details can be found here.
Canon Rob’s Thought for the Week
The designated phone number to ring if you would like to come to St Dunstan’s on Sundays for the 10am Service is 0790 892 1154.
We also have a Eucharist (Holy Communion) on Wednesdays at 10am.
There is no need to ring beforehand but, for track and trace purposes, you will be asked for your name and telephone number.
Harvest at St Dunstan’s
Sunday October 4th at 10.00am
Bring a tin for Harvest, containing anything;
veg, or stew or pudding rice, whatever you will bring.
Then we’ll pray God bless it, to help those who need food;
now isn’t that a Christ-like thing, to bring about some good!
(Can be sung to “Sing a song of Sixpence!”)**
As in previous weeks the Service will be a Said Parish Eucharist and we have to restrict numbers.
If you would like to come ring the number above. Families welcome of course!
**Please bring a tin of food with you (or two if you like!) OR, if you are not coming to the Service, you can drop it in the church porch on Wednesday 23rd or 30th September between 9.45 and 10.45am OR in our front door porch, at 9 Westmead, on Saturday 3rd October. The tins will then be taken to St Mary’s for their Food Cupboard.
Thank you. Rob and Vicky.
For many years we have supported the Whitechapel Mission in London at Harvest Time and this year is no exception.
The following items are desperately needed. If you would
like to donate any of them, David Kemp will be happy to
receive them at his home, Windleshaw, Whiteleaf OR to his
son Ian’s home at Willows in Mill Lane.
Items desperately needed:
Body Lotion, Body Wash, Ladies Make-Up, Hand Cream, Deodorant,
Winter jackets and coats, Baseball caps, Shoe and Boot laces, Underpants, Boxers, Socks,
Jeans 28 – 36”, Trousers 28 – 34”, Men’s trainers and shoes, small rucksacks.
Ketchup and Brown Sauce, Chocolate Spread, Runny Honey, Squash, Pot Noodles,
Sugar, Coffee, Instant Hot Chocolate.
All donations should reach David or Ian by Harvest Festival Day, Sunday October 4th.
THANK YOU SO MUCH!
Next Meeting - 7:30 Wednesday 14th October
|St Peter's Owlswick|
|How to find us|
|Risborough Team Ministry|
|Silent Prayer Meetings|
|St Dunstan's Bell Ringers|
|The Bethany House Group|
|The Mead Acre House Group|
|The Crafty Sew and Sews|
|Flower Festival 2018|