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NEWS ITEMS

Soldiers Stories - we need your help.

Can you provide information, stories and photos of soldiers from New Whittington who fell in the First World War.

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Arthur Green’s death a sad loss for the church.

On 21st April Saint Barnabas church held a funeral service for Arthur Green….    ….. read more

#Stories #SocialEvents

FORTHCOMING EVENTS

February 11th &

March 11th

Coffee and Light Lunch at Saint Barnabas Church Hall, 11am to 1pm. Hot Roast Pork Cobs, homemade soup, plus tea, coffee and homemade cakes will be available. There will also be a raffle.



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#Russ A week of prayer

Christmas Fair a Success

On a cool November day we held our Christmas Fair and this proved to be a great success, raising £600….       …read more

#Christmas

New Whittington Commemorates 100 years since the Somme.

On Saturday July 9th at 11:00 we held a service at Saint Barnabas church to commemorate 100 years since the Battle of the Somme, and to lay up a British Legion standard. This was followed by an exhibition about the Battle of the Somme   …read more

#Somme

Official opening of the improved Church Hall facilities a great success

Our Church Hall is an essential resource for the local community; providing a venue for  ...read more

#OfficialOpening

They travelled from far and wide for her Baptism


On Sunday October 30th Sheila and Christian Read brought their baby daugter, Bryony Atida Read, to be baptised at Saint Barnabas Church - her middle name, Atida, means….      read more

#Baptism

Organists Graduation

We were delighted to learn, that in September 2016, one of our organists, Adam Parrish, graduated  

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#Graduation

A fond farwell to Janet marked with a special chalice

On 11th December the Reverend Janet Quick took part in her last service at Saint Barnabas church. From 1st January she will be Associate Priest with Permission    ...read more

#Janet
Coffee and Light Lunch at Saint Barnabas Church Hall
January 14th 11am to 1pm