Parish Eucharist at 11:00am in SS Peter & Paul, Kirton.
Holy Baptism at 3:00pm in All Saints Fosdyke. Today we welcome into the family of the baby Alfie Lee Barraclough and his father Shawn Barraclough.
Happy birthday to the Church! Happy birthday to you, who are the body of the Church!
The word Pentecost is Greek and it means "50th day." Fifty days after Easter Sunday, we celebrate the coming of the Holy Spirit upon the Apostles and their followers, and the beginning of their Earthly ministry to make disciples of all nations.
At Pentecost, the Apostles and their followers were gathered in a room. Jews from all over the world were gathered with Peter, the leader of the Apostles and the Eleven. At this time, a great wind blew and a flame appeared as a tongue of fire, which split itself into many individual flames above the heads of all those present. The Holy Spirit came upon these people and each began to speak in tongues. Despite the fact many had no common language, they were perfectly able to understand one another. The symbols of Pentecost are the flame, wind, and the dove, which represents the Holy Spirit. The colour of Pentecost is red and the priest wears red vestments on this day.
ARE YOU INTERESTED IN BEING AN ALTAR SERVER? If you feel a call to this lay ministry, then why not join us at Fosdyke Church on Saturday 15th June at 2pm for a training and fact finding session.
School Visit On Wednesday 12th June we welcome some 75 children from Kirton School to Church to explore the Christian faith and its symbols and worship.
JUNE 19TH AT KIRTON PARISH CHURCH – safeguarding training from 6:00 - 9:00pm. See Fay Baillie for full details and registration. This is a must for all PCC members and people active in our churches.
June 20th is the Feast of Corpus Christi. Special Mass and Benediction at Kirton at 9-30am.There will beEucharistic Devotions at Noon in Fosdyke Church.
The Feast of Corpus Christi (also known as the Feast of the Body of Christ) is celebrated on the eighth Thursday after Easter. The celebration commemorates the ritual of the Eucharist and is a reflection of the Maundy Thursday observance during Holy Week.
Our next Messy Church at Algarkirk Village Hall will be on Sunday June 23rd at 1:30pm. We shall be exploring the Festival of Corpus Christi and the Holy Communion. All children are welcome.
Kirton Patronal Festival Sunday 30th June at 11:00am. On this occasion we celebrate our two patron saints St Peter and St Paul at our Sunday Eucharist followed by special food and wine afterwards.