We are going to launch a Deanery Preaching Team on March 24th 2020. This will be a way of supporting Anglican “Authorised Preachers” in Milton Keynes. It will also enable us to share lay preachers across parishes in the Deanery.
Meet the parliamentary candidates on December 2nd with our partners in Citizens MK.
Last week I attended the funeral of the late Bob Cross, Churchwarden for many years at the Cross & Stable Church, Downs Barn , and also for Stantonbury and Willen Ecumenical Partnership (SEP) as a parish. Bob was also a member of Deanery Synod for many years, and through that became a personal friend and […]
Please note that the DMPC meeting scheduled for Thursday 26 September at St Martin’s Church, Fenny Stratford, has had to be postponed. We will be in touch shortly to set a new date.
The Buckingham Historic Churches Trust (BHCT) has given grants of over £1,000,000 towards the repair and restoration of over 300 churches of all denominations in the County since its foundation in 1957, and continues to do so at the rate of some £60,000 each year. Indeed several churches in MK Deanery have benefitted from some […]
Help raise awareness of homelessness in our city by joining or sponsoring Willen Church’s Big Sleepout on 14 September.
A Conference on Everyday Faith, organised by Watling Valley Partnership in conjunction with Oxford Diocese and HeartEdge/St Martin-in-the-Fields, and hosted by the Church of the Servant King, Furzton.
Thursday June 20th: To celebrate World Refugee Day meet us at 6pm at the MK Rose in Campbell Park for a short ‘gathering’. Deputy Mayor Andrew Geary to attend. 6.30pm onwards at MK Gallery event space (short, accessible walk from the Rose) for informal celebration, conversation, nibbles and soft drinks.
If you read my previous article about Benjamin and the power of touch, you will probably have been wondering how he is. I’m thrilled and delighted to be able to report that eventually he got the results of his bladder biopsy, and this showed that it was clear. On top of the good news that […]
Christian Aid Week runs from 12 – 18 May this year. To quote from the Christian Aid website:- “Everyone is equal in the sight of God. Yet we live in a world where poverty still persists. Poverty is an outrage against humanity. It robs people of their dignity and lets injustice thrive. But together we have […]