The Eucharist is celebrated every second Friday of the month at 12 noon, and on Sunday mornings at 11 am whenever there is a fifth Sunday in the month.
Friday lunchtimes (February to November)
Holy Communion on the Second Friday of the month
Midday prayer each Friday at 12 noon
Followed by soup lunch in Ferrar House
|Dates for second Friday of the month|
|Friday 11th March|
|Friday 8th April|
|Friday 13th May|
|Friday 10th June|
|Friday 8th July|
|Friday 12th August|
|Friday 9th September|
|Friday 14th October|
|Friday 11th November|
We will follow current COVID19 guidance. To book lunch, please contact Richard Scott firstname.lastname@example.org or on 01480 890286)
As well as Friday midday prayers each week, for the rest of 2022 the services are:
|Date||Type of Service||Time|
|Wednesday 2nd March||Communion for Ash Wednesday||12.00noon|
|Sunday 29th May||Holy Communion (and Thanksgiving for the life of Ian Bentley)||11.30 am|
|Sunday 31st July||Holy Communion||11.30 am|
|Sunday 30th October||Holy Communion||11.30 am|
|Saturday 3rd December||Holy Communion (Nicholas Ferrar)||10.30 am|
|Date to be decided||Carol Service|
All these services are subject to the Church of England COVID 19 guidance.
To book a place, please contact the Chaplain.
In 2022, we are offering a programme of Quiet Days at Ferrar House (using St John’s Church as well). These will be led by local ministers – not all ordained, and not all Anglican! Held on the 4th Friday of the month, from February to November, they offer a chance to step out of your regular routine to be with God in a variety of ways.
Quiet Days will run from 10 – 4, with coffee served from 9.30 am. There will be a small charge for the day (£32 a day) which will include refreshments and a simple lunch
Download the 2022 Day Retreats brochure
NOTICE REGARDING UNAUTHORISED ACTS OF WORSHIP
Although we welcome other groups of visitors and pilgrims to hold acts of worship in St John’s Church, any such act of worship must be arranged through the Chaplain, who has to check that necessary safeguarding protocols and procedures are followed.
Please contact Fiona Brampton as soon as possible to make the necessary arrangements.
This is a Church of England requirement and the PCC of Great Gidding with Steeple Gidding and Little Gidding reserve the right to lock St John’s Church if we understand any unauthorised acts of worship are planned. We hope this final act will be unnecessary.
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT CHAPLAIN TO LITTLE GIDDING
(and associate priest in Northleightonstone Benefice)
Rev Canon Fiona Brampton
Fiona is generally in Little Gidding on Thursdays and Fridays, and other days by arrangement.