Celebrating our Partnership in the Gospel

Joint Lee Abbey / Scargill journey
during ‘Thy Kingdom Come’
Ascension to Pentecost 10th – 20th May 2018

To coincide with the Archbishop of Canterbury’s global and ecumenical initiative, ‘Thy Kingdom Come’, Scargill and Lee Abbey are jointly embarking on a pilgrimage of prayer and mission to celebrate our long standing partnership in the gospel.  Starting at Lee Abbey Devon, representatives from each community will journey to Scargill House in North Yorkshire between Ascension and Pentecost 2018. On route Paul, Esther, Jonathan, Tim, Sheila and Kate will visit other communities, groups and churches sharing in prayer, testimonies and stories and seeking opportunities to share God’s love and grace with all they encounter. And they would love for you to join them at any of the following events if you can:

Thursday 10th May The Pilgrims set out on their adventure from Lee Abbey Devon

3 -4.40pm Afternoon Tea with Lee Abbey friends and Community at Knowle West BS4 1JN

Friday 11th May 7.30pm An evening at Lee Abbey London (57-67 Lexington Gardens, Kensington, W8 6JJ) with comedian & illusionist Tom Elliott.

Saturday 12th May 12 -2pm Community members will be happy to meet with local folk at The Parish Church of Saint James The Apostle, Cowley OX4 3LF where there will be a plant sale.

Sunday 13th May Pilgrims from the journey will be involved in services at churches in Oxford & the Midlands and looking forward to meeting anyone in the area.

8am St James (OX4 3LF)

10am St James (OX4 3LF)

10.30am St Francis (OX3 7JF)

10.30am St Peters Kineton (CV35 0HX)

5.30pm St Peters Church centre Wellesbourne (CV35 9LS) tea & cake followed by a service at 6pm

Monday 14th May 7.30pm- 9pm Prayer eveing at St James’ Church Frederick Rd, Birmingham B6 6BP

Tuesday 15th May 6pm opportunity to join the pilgrims for a pub quiz at the Crispin Pub Station Rd,Great Longstone, Bakewell DE45 1TZ

 

Wednesday 16th May 7.30pm – 9pm Teams got Talent! at St Stephens church Manchester Rd, Astley M29 7BT. Bring a poem, sketch or music etc. Please contact Nick Hardman on 01942 888786 to make your offering and book a slot.

10pm Night Prayers

 

 

Thursday 17th May 7.30pm there will be a joint ecumenical service at St John Stones Church, 7 Sandbrook Way, Southport, PR8 3RN Follwed by a party at St John Stones Parish Club.

Friday 18th May 7.30pm social evening with tea & cake at St James’ Bolton, 1042 Bolton Rd, Bradford BD2 4LH A chance to celebrate all God has done on the Journey and to reflect. Bring a friend!

Sat 19th May The Journey ends at Scargill House