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Wednesday 30 January 2013

Rob Atkinson

The community of Chearsley was deeply saddened to hear of the death of Rob Atkinson on January 23rd. Over the years Rob has contributed a huge amount to the life of the village including being Treasurer of St. Nicholas' Church and other local organizations. His loss will be most keenly felt by his wife Sue, daughter Emily, his elderly mother, brother and wider family, whom we uphold in our love and prayers in their sadness.

Rob's funeral will take place at 11.00am on Thursday February 14th in St. Nicholas Church to which all are welcome to come.

Monday 21 January 2013

Hot Potatoes!

For some time now, the men have had their "Men's Breakfasts" so now the ladies have their "Hot Potatoes"!  These will be served alongside mulled wine, nibbles and a discussion on a hot topic such as Gay Marriage, Women Bishops and Why does God allow suffering?  The first session will be held at Cloverdale, Lower Green Lane on Thursday 24th at 8pm and will be on the topic of Euthanasia.   If you are interested in coming along, please contact Sharon on 208740 or

Wednesday 16 January 2013


For Soul Spark:
- Magazines with pictures e.g. travel brochures, nature mags, National Geographic. For the theme of "celebration".
- Distorting mirror - a long shot I know!  Maybe a large bendy reflective board?
- "Welcome" doormat

If you have any, please contact Sharon on 208740

Wednesday 9 January 2013

This Sunday at 10am we have a Morning Celebration service.  This month our theme is "What is God like?" and will include some dramatic readings and a video clip.  As usual it is suitable for all-ages and will be informal, lively and followed by coffee,tea, squash and biscuits.  Everyone Welcome.

Tuesday 1 January 2013

Service of Healing Prayer

Sunday March 17th: 6.00pm Chearsley

Whatever concerns you, concerns God. You may be struggling with illness, anxiety, addiction, stress at work or family issues. You may be feeling that God seems far away or that you need guidance or reassurance. You may be carrying past resentments or the hurts of a relationship. You can take all these to God anytime by yourself but it also sometimes helps to bring them to God in a special service where, only if you wish, you can receive prayer with the laying of hands. This is personal and confidential. Healing is not just about physical well being but includes wholeness in all aspects of our lives.


Compline will be said at 8.00pm with Meditations on ‘Jesus at the hands of others’
led by Ann Persson
using visual images by great artists.
Monday March 25th Nether Winchendon
Tuesday March 26th Chearsley
Wednesday March 27th Long Crendon
Compline is a quiet and exquisite late-night service that traditionally ends the day in convents and monasteries.