Service Recordings

June 2024

Mid-week service every Wednesday

Great Barford – Benefice Holy Communion 11.00 am

Sunday 2nd June (Trinity One)

Blunham – 11.00am Morning Prayer

Great Barford – 9.30am Holy Communion

Roxton – 11.00am Holy Communion

Thursday, 6th June (D-Day Anniversary)

Blunham – 7.00pm Benefice Commemoration Service

Sunday 9th June (Trinity Two)

Blunham – 9.30am Holy Communion

Great Barford – 9.30am Morning Prayer

Roxton – 11.00am Family Service

Tempsford – 11.00am Holy Communion

Sunday 16th June (Trinity Three)

Blunham – 11.00am Café Church

Great Barford – 11.00am Holy Communion

Roxton – 9.30am Holy Communion

Sunday 23rd June (Trinity Four)

Blunham – 11.00am Holy Communion

Great Barford – 11.00am Family Service

Roxton – 11.00am Morning Prayer  

Tempsford – 9.30am Holy Communion

Sunday 30th June (St Peter, Patronal)

Roxton – 11.00am Benefice Holy Communion

The national church Daily Hope phone line

If you know of anyone who does not have access to the internet, please tell them about this free phone line.
The daily hope phone line was launched on Sunday, 26th April and is aimed particularly at the over 75s who do not have access to the internet.  The line is available 24 hours a day on 0800 804 8044.  This is a simple way to bring worship and prayer into people’s homes while church buildings are closed. Callers will hear a special greeting from the Archbishop of Canterbury before choosing from a range of options, including ‘Prayer During the Day’, ‘Night Prayer’ and a recording of the Church of England’s weekly national online service. A section called Hymn Line will also offer a small selection of hymns, updated daily. 
Please contact Revd Graham Buckle regarding baptisms, weddings and funerals. His email address is:

Revd Graham’s Weekly Message

In these first few days of June, we remember the Allied landings on the beaches of Normandy: thousands of troops, hundreds of pieces of equipment, provisions of food and medical supplies; all in support of the liberation of Europe. I’m a great believer in remembering those who have given their lives in order that there may be freedom for all of us who live in the here and now. As we remember in our service of commemoration on Thursday, and offer thanksgiving for those who not only took part, but especially for those who did not return to their families, I hope that we are truly thankful as we go about our daily lives. We should hold our freedom in high regard, as it is a value that, if lost, we would dearly miss. What … Read more

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