Compline originated in monasteries; it is last the service of the day and after saying it the monks would immediately go to their cells to go to bed. By the time this article appears, it will have taken place, but if you have never heard of the service, I would encourage you to listen to […]
January and February are quiet months at Billingsley Church as we have only one service a month, an 8.00am Holy Communion. At the January service, the small but faithful congregation was augmented by one of our friends who normally worships at Highley. Everyone is welcome at this service; particularly for those anywhere in the benefice […]
Remembrance Sunday On Sunday 10th November at 10.45 we will meet at Lincoln Fields for an act of Remembrance on the grassed verge, followed by bell ringing and refreshments after in church If you a knitter or crocheter don’t forget we need poppies to decorate the church. They can be dropped off in church anytime before […]
Today’s service was special service to celebrate animals – with pets themselves invited to turn out for the day. The service featured a cat on a lead, and a Sprocker named Ella.
At our 6pm evening service this month we will be looking towards the 100th anniversary of the ending of the First World War. The focus will commemorate the life of Harold Gibbs, the only Billingsley man to be killed in the war. After the service there will be refreshments and a time to chat. Please […]
All four churches in the Benefice are joining together for a family Holy Communion Service in the church this Sunday. We also celebrate and give thanks for the 40 years the Reverend Mike Harris has served in ministry since his ordination on 1st October 1978. Please do come and join us.
The August service will be held at 6pm on Sunday 12th when the talk will focus on “God and the Miner”. As usual there will be lots of well known hymns and refreshments too, so do come and join us!
The July service, at 6pm, continues our series looking at different styles of Evening Prayer. The focus this month is on the Book of Common Prayer service. As usual there will be lots of well known hymns and refreshments too, so 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 […]
Rebecca and Zoe, with the beautiful cake they were presented with on their last service together at Billingsley Church.