The Benefice of:

The Brickhills &
Stoke Hammond

Buckinghamshire

Revd John Waller
The Rectory
10 Pound Hill 
Great Brickhill
Milton Keynes
MK17 9AS
Tel: 01525 261062  
rector@brickhillschurches.org.uk

WELCOME TO THE WEBSITE OF

THE BRICKHILLS & STOKE HAMMOND

All Saints, Bow Brickhill 
St Mary the Virgin, Great Brickhill
St Mary Magdalene, Little Brickhill
St Luke, Stoke Hammond

For information re the individual churches, click on the church name above, or on the photo below

For general information for all the Benefice, cliick on the Menu bar (3 horizontal lines) above
 

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Bow Brickhill

Great Brickhill

Little Brickhill

Stoke Hammond



BOW BRICKHILL

NEWS


 



GREAT BRICKHILL

NEWS

CHURCH OPEN
The church is now open again every day from 10am to 4pm
 



LITTLE BRICKHILL

NEWS
 

 

 

 



STOKE HAMMOND

NEWS


 

DAILY MESSAGE

Fathers, do not exasperate your children; instead, bring them up in the training and instruction of the Lord.
Ephesians 6:4
18/06/2024
Saturday 22nd June
1:00pm - 5:00pm -
Sunday 23rd June
12:00am -
Monday 24th June
2:00pm - 3:30pm -
Sunday 30th June
12:00am -
Monday 1st July
2:00pm - 3:30pm -
Sunday 7th July
12:00am -
Monday 8th July
2:00pm - 3:30pm -

BENEFICE
SERVICE INFORMATION:

** CHURCH SERVICES **
The services across the Benefice follow a four month cycle. 
Click on the relevant link below for a current PDF file of the services for:-  June

SERVICES IN THE BENEFICE THIS WEEK:
The services in the Benefice on 23rd June, the Fourth Sunday after Trinity:- 
9.30  (Stoke Hammond)  Holy Communion
11.00  (Little Brickhill)  Family Service
18.00  (Bow Brickhill)  Evensong 

To download a PDF with full details for the current month's services and readings:-  Click Here

The readings for Sunday 23rd June are:-
Job 38: 1-11;  2 Corinthians 6: 1-13;  Mark 4: 35-41

"PATHWAYS" EDITION SPRING 2024:
To download the latest copy of Pathways, the magazine for the people of the Diocese of Oxford:-  Click Here

RECTOR'S SABBATICAL:-

Please note that the Rector is on sabbatical leave until 1st July. All clergy are due a three-month sabbatical every ten years. The Rector’s last sabbatical was in 2010 – his intended sabbatical in 2020 was cancelled due to Covid. Services will continue as normal and cover is being arranged for the Rector's absence.

RECTOR'S
NEWSLETTER

Celebrating Difference

June 2024

Dear friends,

On Sunday May 26th the church celebrated Trinity Sunday. People often think of the Trinity as an obscure bit of theoretical theology, but in fact it contains a powerful message for our life together.

The Trinity is the truth that God is not something single and alone, but that within God himself there is difference (which we often call ‘Father’,’ Son’, and ‘Holy Spirit’), and that this difference is held together in the perfect unity of love.

So God has made humanity, in his image, to reflect both God’s unity, and his diversity. We are not all the same, and we not supposed to be all the same, but we are called to find in God the power of love to value our diversity, and to live positively with all the ways in which we are different.

The hope I see in the Christian belief in the Trinity, is that it can help us to live together with our neighbours, both near and far. It can help us not just to tolerate and put up with all the ways in which we are different from one another, but also to learn to celebrate our differences as a positive gift to be enjoyed.

Revd John Waller

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