Deanery Notice Board (Clicking on many notices will open another window to download posters for printing or more information about the event)
Holy Trinity, Biscot, have invited anyone interested to a taster course in Calligraphy, led by William Grant
Monday 17 February 2020, 2-4 p.m. in their Church Hall, Trinity Road, LU3 1TR.
Suitable for both beginners and the experienced - limited places available.
Please contact Fr Thomas on 579410 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your place.
Prayer for Luton
Thursday 20 February, 8.20 p.m., Prayer for the University at the Treehouse, led by Revd Andrew Goodman Week following - Prayer room open during the day at the Treehouse, or by arrangement in the evening.
Friday 28 February, 7.30–9.00 p.m, with New Covenant Fellowship Church, Kestin House. Led by Prayer for Luton and NCF.
Tuesday 3 March, 8.00-9.00 p.m. at Bramingham Park Church.
Tuesday 17 March, 7.30-9.30 p.m. at 3a Upper George Street, led by Azalea. Praying for freedom from commercial sexual exploitation.
What is Taizé?
"If with a childlike trust we let Christ pray silently within us, then one day we shall discover that the depths of our being are inhabited by a Presence." ~ a brother at Taizé.
Taizé mediation and worship comes from a monastic community in Burgundy in France.
The music of Taizé takes the form of simple repeated chants, easy to learn and peaceful to the soul.
As we sing the chants, pray and meditate in silence, we find a deep peace takes root in us.
Taizé has never advertised or marketed its style of worship: yet it has such a profound effect on those who encounter it that it has spread to churches of all denominations throughout the world.
Young people, those seeking faith and those seeking to meet God on a deeper level all respond to Taizé.
We are fortunate to be supported by musicians from St Albans Abbey. The service will last about 30 minutes and will be followed by refreshments for those who wish to stay a while.
Come and be still.
Thursday 16 July at All Saints Church, Luton.
The Bishop of Tanzania will be with us in Luton, and there will also be a opportunity to pray for the curates departing from our Deanery.