Windows decorated by Long Buckby Churches Together to tell the nativity story. A new window will be lit each evening between 6 and 9pm.
A lovely service for two of the youngest members of our church family.
Lorraine was happy that she was finally able to be baptised!
Nathan invited Wendy and her husband to a special presentation in appreciation of her many years of service. Wendy’s latest term as Deacon, and church secretary, is coming to an end after 6 years. However, she first became a deacon 33 years ago!
Displays around the village depicting the Easter story, created by Churches Together.
In spite of the challenging circumstances, we were able to hold several services over Christmas. Some people attended in person, being very careful to socially distance; others joined via Zoom.
Windows decorated throughout the village by Long Buckby Churches Together.
It was good to be able to meet again for a church service, although things were rather different from normal.
We followed government guidance about social distancing, hygiene and what activities were allowed. We have done a detailed risk assessment and have designed everything to be as safe as possible. Chairs have been spread out to ensure 2 metre distancing between individuals or households, so if you wish to come to future services in person, you will need to book in advance.
The service was streamed live on Zoom and also recorded.