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Barn Dance

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The Social Committee did a great job yesterday: the Barn Dance at Northill Village Hall was great fun, with a very good caller and band and great company. Thanks to everyone.

Sorry about my very bright light; it was my first outing with it and I'll be more careful next time . . .

Chris

The musicians – "The Occasional Few"

The musicians

And some of the dancers . . .

Barn Dance


Barn Dance

Barn Dance

Barn Dance


And the caller, Adrian Besant

Barn Dance caller

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Social Club Future Dates for your Diary.

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These dates are on the Parish website calendar:

27th September:  Barn Dance at Northill Village Hall - 7.30pm - 11pm.  Caller Adrian Besant, music by The Occasional Few (last few days left to buy your tickets - £10 adults / £7 under 16's - price includes entertainment and Ploughman's supper.  If you need transport please contact the Social Committee.

18th October: Quiz Night - tickets available from 5th October (ticket reservation list on church entrance notice board from 21st September).

25th October: Celebration Mass & Party for Fr. Richard's 1st Year at St Peter's Church (further details available soon).

23rd November: Christmas Bazaar
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Meeting of the Parish Council on Wednesday 25 September 2013

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The next meeting of the PCC will take place in the Clubroom at 7:00pm. Below are the Minutes of the last meeting and the Agenda for the next.

All are welcome to attend to help with running the Parish and Church.

Chris

PCC Minutes 17 Jul 13

PCC Agenda 25 Sep 13
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From Father Richard's Desk

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My Dear Brothers & Sisters,

We are familiar with the parable of the Prodigal Son. The word ‘Prodigal’ is not in common usage nowadays, but means ‘wasteful’. Some people call the parable of the Prodigal Son; the parable of the prodigal father.

— the Father who wastes his love upon each and every one of us.

“Think of the love that God lavishes on us, by letting us be called his children” 1 John. What a lovely God, what a lovely Father…. Oh when will we really believe; when will we have the courage to believe. “Cast your burdens on the Lord and He will support you.” 1 Peter.

Fr. Richard
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Day of Prayer for peace in Syria

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Join us in praying and fasting for Syria.

Pope Francis has called on all the faithful worldwide to join in a day of prayer and fasting on the 7th September, for peace in Syria and the Middle East. However the information came out too late for St Peter's Parish, Biggleswade, to respond so we've deferred it to Saturday 14th where Mass will be celebrated at 11:00am followed by exposition of the Blessed Sacrament. Come and join us and show your solidarity with those suffering from this awful conflict.


Prayer for peace in Syria

O God of peace, who are peace itself
and whom a spirit of discord cannot grasp,
nor a violent mind receive,
grant that those who are one in heart
may persevere in what is good
and that those in conflict
may forget evil and so be healed.
Through our Lord Jesus Christ, your Son,
who lives and reigns with you in the unity of the Holy Spirit,
one God, for ever and ever.

St John Damascene, pray for us.
The Pope said:
From the bottom of my heart, I would like to express my closeness in prayer and solidarity with all the victims of this conflict, with all those who suffer, especially children, and I invite you to keep alive the hope of peace.”

If you can't make it then please join us at home and be in solidarity with the people of Syria. Say this prayer and share with family, friends and your local community.
Download our intercessions for Syria >
Explore CAFOD prayer resources >

Prayer text from Roman Missal © 2010 ICEL
Used with permission from the website of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales

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From Father Richard's Desk

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My Dear Brothers & Sisters,

The Ten Commandments tell us that we should have no other gods in our lives except the Lord our God. These gods (with a small ‘g’) are all those things we depend on for our security. Often the gods in our lives that displace God are possessions…but they can be and often are, relationships.

We can elevate any relationship to the level of a god; we can elevate any possession to the level of an idol. Unless we worship God, who reveals Himself perfectly in Jesus Christ, with our whole heart, we will certainly be worshipping possessions, relationships and all manner of other idols. Why sell yourself short?

Have a good week!
Fr. Richard
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Is it Ye-ha - the musical??? Well sort of....

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It's actually the St Peter's RC Church Biggleswade Barn Dance that will be held in the Northill Village Hall   7.30pm - 11.00pm on Friday 27th September

Tickets: £10 Adults / under 16’s £7.
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So please join us and have a great night out.  The entertainment and food are included in the price and a full bar will be available too.

Everyone is invited and if dancing doesn’t appeal, just come along and enjoy the fun of the evening and see others attempting to follow the barn dance steps and have a great laugh.

Tickets are for sale on a first come first served basis – so don’t be caught out (no tickets will be sold on the night).

For further details and tickets please contact:
           Carolyn Blake on 07713 474741 or Lyn Graves 07801 369785...

And if you don't know what a Barn Dance is then click here and play this video for a little taster.
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