As reported in August 2019, the way in which marriages will be registered is about to change. Regulations under the Civil Partnerships, Marriages and Deaths (Registration etc) Act 2019 were laid before Parliament on 22 February 2021 and are due to come into force on 4 May 2021. We have yet to see the Regulations […]
These are the members of Deanery Synod for the House of Laity in Milton Keynes from 2020. The 2017-20 Synod attendance can be found here. Parish Places Attendance Bletchley 5 (out of 1) Rebecca Jane Slingsby 0 Alison Hammett 1 Vacancy 0 Vacancy (St Joseph’s) 0 Sue Gibbs (Whaddon Way) […]
These are the members of Deanery Synod for the House of Clergy in Milton Keynes from 2020. The 2017-20 Synod attendance can be found here. Parish Attendance Deanery (out of 1) Tim Norwood Area Dean 1 John Robertson Mission Partnership 0 Chaplaincy Vacant Prison, STC, Hospital, Hospice, etc… 0 Bletchley […]
Deanery Synod works on a three year cycle (a triennium). New members are elected from parishes every three years and remain in post until the next election. This is a rough guide to the roles, committees and groups in the Deanery. Deanery Synod Deanery Synod is the “parliament” of the Deanery. It sets policy and […]
The MKDeanery website has been out of action for a few days due to an update problem. The database and PHP settings have now been sorted and are at the most stable level. The website may still look a little odd as we update things, but you should be able to access resources and information […]
Although delayed this year due to Covid-19, it is now the end of a triennium (3-year cycle) and time to elect lay members of Deanery Synod at your parish’s AGM/APCM. A guidance leaflet is available to help you to do this. It is available under the Information tab of this website, entitled “Information on the […]
The unveiling of the pillar at the MK Rose to mark World Refugee Day.
Talk by Tim Norwood for St Michael’s, Woburn Sands.
Citizens from across the Thames Valley area will be gathering in Milton Keynes on the 29th April. It will be a significant evening, marking the launch of Citizens Thames Valley – which will link community alliances in Milton Keynes, Oxford and Reading.