The Parish of Abbots Langley

Accessibility Statement

Accessibility Statement

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The coming week...

Weekly Leaflet

Weekly Leaflet

 

Monday 24th September

9.30 am  Morning Prayer in St Lawrence

2.15 pm  Tiny Tots in the Breakspear Room, St Lawrence

5.15 pm  Evening Prayer in St Lawrence

7.30 pm  Ringing practice in St Lawrence tower

 

Tuesday 25th September

9.30 am  Morning Prayer in St Lawrence

10.15 am  Tuesday Coffee in the Breakspear Room, St Lawrence

5.15 pm  Evening Prayer in St Lawrence

7.00 pm  Youth Club in St Lawrence Church Hall

 

Wednesday 26th September

9.30 am  Morning Prayer in St Lawrence

10.00 am  Carers' Network meets in the Methodist hall

10.15 am  Holy Communion in St Lawrence

11.00 am  Quiet Reflection in the Corpus Christi Chapel, St Lawrence

5.15 pm  Evening Prayer in St Lawrence

7.45 pm  Choir practice in St Lawrence

 

Thursday 27th September

8.15 am  Early Prayer in St Lawrence

9.30 am  Morning Prayer in St Lawrence

12.00 noon  Bell toll for WW1 soldier Donald Monk

5.15 pm  Evening Prayer in St Lawrence

 

Friday 28th September

9.30 am  Morning Prayer in St Lawrence

10.00 am  Craft Morning in the Tin Church, Bedmond

10.00 am  AHAL Coffee in the Henderson Hub, Abbots Langley High Street

2.00 pm  Craft & Conversation in the Breakspear Room

5.15 pm  Evening Prayer in St Lawrence

6.15 pm  Youth Choir practice in the Breakspear Room

 

Sunday 30th September - The Eighteenth Sunday after Trinity

8.00 am  Holy Communion in St Lawrence

9.30 am  Parish Communion with Seekers & Creche in St Lawrence

11.15 am  Holy Communion in the Tin Church, Bedmond

12.30 pm  Christening for Talia Street in St Lawrence

6.30 pm  Evening Prayer in St Lawrence

7.30 pm  Confirmation Course in the Breakspear Room

 

Monday 1st October

9.30 am  Morning Prayer in St Lawrence

12.30 pm  Burial of Ashes of Denis Hopkins in the Garden of Remembrance

2.15 pm  Tiny Tots in the Breakspear Room

5.15 pm  Evening Prayer in St Lawrence

7.30 pm  Ringing practice in St Lawrence tower

 

Tuesday 2nd October

9.30 am  Morning Prayer in St Lawrence

10.15 am  Tuesday Coffee in the Breakspear Room

12.30 pm  Burial of Ashes of Mary Eldridge in the Garden of Remembrance

5.15 pm  Evening Prayer in St Lawrence

7.00 pm  Youth Club in St Lawrence hall

 

Wednesday 3rd October

9.30 am  Morning Prayer in St Lawrence

10.00 am  Coffee Morning in the Tin Church, Bedmond

10.15 am  Holy Communion in St Lawrence

11.00 am  Quiet Reflection in St Lawrence

5.15 pm  Evening Prayer in St Lawrence

7.45 pm  Choir practice in St Lawrence