Latest News from Pulloxhill
Below you will find details of some of the latest news about our Church community. Older articles can be found in our News Archive.
News and Events elsewhere in the Benefice can be found from their Home Pages.
There will be a short service of remembrance for HRH The Duke of Edinburgh on Friday 16th April at 2.30 pm in the churchyard, led by Anne Barker and followed by the tolling of the church bell. The service will be held at the rear of the churchyard to allow space for social distancing. Some
Due to Covid 19 restrictions we are unable to provide a book of condolence, however if you would like to write a card of condolence there is a receptacle in the church porch together with cards and pens and hand sanitiser which we ask you to use. If you would like to leave a floral
Easter Sunday morning greeted us with brilliant sunshine and a wonderful communion service at 7.30 am in the open air, with some warmth from the brazier and even more warmth from the joy of being together again for worship (albeit socially distanced). A beautiful display of Easter Lilies were on show in the church to
We are sorry to announce that reluctantly we are suspending services in January following the upturn in Covid cases. The virtual services will continue and we can highly recommend them. The important thing is for us all to keep safe and keep a watch on any vulnerable neighbours who may need help through the winter
At the moment the planned Eucharist service for Christmas Day at 9.30 am will go ahead but please watch this space for any last minute changes. As numbers will be restricted please phone 01525 714256 to reserve your place at the service. Our prayers and thoughts are with everyone during this festive season.
Rev David and his wife Jo drew the raffle tickets on 12th December and all the prizes have been distributed to the lucky winners. As you can see from the photo there were some very generous prizes amongst the total of 15 and the draw raised nearly £1200. The PCC is delighted with this substantial
No Christmas is not cancelled – just slightly different this year. Above is a reminder of the window decorations that have been displayed by members of the various groups in the village in previous years. We are really missing them this year! However the village is alight with Advent window decorations organised by Gill Baggott