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.
Bookings are now open for this 2020 retreat, and the booking form is available to download in the document library under the Information tab (https://mkdeanery.org/document-library/all-downloads/). Please also see article under events.
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.
For further details about this free film showing, please see the article in the “What’s On” section of the website, at https://mkdeanery.org/events/free-showing-of-the-film-tortured-for-christ-saturday-14-september/.
It’s not all about the money raised, but that’s a staggering total!
All Saints Loughton celebrated its 800th Birthday in style with a special visit from the Bishop of Oxford.
Are you an armed Forces Veteran?
Then you are invited to share a brew and banter at the Water Eaton Church Centre.
Our 3 church Member Institutions (Christ the Cornerstone; St Frideswide’s and Stantonbury & Willen Ecumenical Partnership) sent members in support of Citizens:MK’s ‘House the Homeless’ Assembly.
In the past couple of weeks there has been a run of graffiti attacks on churches and monuments in the Milton Keynes area. Please be aware of the possibility of an attack on your church or churchyard. If there is an incident, please report it to the police and to Archdeacon Guy. In the meantime, please pray for those affected and, as Matt Trendall says “for the love of Christ to change the hearts of those who are doing this”.