There will be a simple Act of Remembrance on the grass between the main road and Lincoln Fields to remember all those who have given their lives in the service of this country since 1914. It will begin at 10.45am, with readings, music and prayers, ending just after the two minute silence at 11.00am.
The June service will be held at 6pm on 17th June when we will hold a Celtic style service followed by refreshments and a time to chat. Please do come and join us.
The informal services each month are going to have a new title – “Evenings at Billingsley”. There will still be the opportunity to come and sing lots of familiar and well loved hymns and there will be a different focus each month, exploring the many varied forms of evening worship used in the Church of […]
Come and celebrate Harvest with Songs of Praise in the church at 6pm on Sunday 10th September. The service will include a short talk by David Poyner on the history of farming in Billingsley. The service will be preceded by a BBQ at the Old Post Office Billinglsey from 2.30 – 5.30pm. Tickets are available […]
Thank you so much to David & George Poyner for putting the Victorian embroidery sampler from Glazeley Village Hall onto our wall. The sampler was worked by girls from Glazeley School, and runs from 1833 to 1869. Many of the surnames on the sampler are still very popular local names. Why not pop in and […]
On Sunday 8th July 2012, the Bishop of Ludlow, Rt Revd Alistair Magowan, conducted a service of Evening Prayer during which the Bells were re-dedicated. The service was attended by many people who had supported the fundraising campaign as well as representatives from a number of the grant awarding bodies. After the service, there was […]