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In this Issue... p3 Determined, Dedicated, Disciplined p5 Treasureâ€™s Unlocked
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July/August 2010 Material should be sent to: The Editor, News and Views Church House St Martin’s East Leicester LE1 5FX T: 0116 248 7402/3 E: email@example.com
This Month 3. Determined, Dedicated, Disciplined 4. Projects Progress 5. Rural Tourism 6. Shaped by God 7. Pentecost in the Park 8. Summer Diary Dates 10. A Joyful Occasion 11. Ride and Stride 12. Lightning Advertisement 14. Comings and Goings 15. Food for the Journey
All items for inclusion in the September edition must arrive before 4th August 2010. No charge will be made for Diary Dates for churches. Inclusion is dependent on space available. All Diary Dates submitted will appear on the Diocesan website and on Diomail. (See back page for contact details). Commercial advertisers are invited to call for current rates. The inclusion of an advertisement in this publication does not constitute any endorsement of a product or service by either the editors or the Diocese of Leicester.
Challenge your vicar!
Has your vicar done something weird and wonderful to raise money for charity? Has he or she abseiled the church spire or spent lent living in the bell tower!? BBC Songs of Praise is looking for vicars with interesting fundraising stories to feature in a forthcoming programme to be broadcast in the run up to this year’s Children in Need. The aim is to bring together vicars and congregations across the country in a combined fundraising push for Pudsey using the theme `challenge your vicar!’.Please email songsofpraise@ bbc.co.uk and put `challenge your vicar’ in the subject line. Tony Followell BBC Manchester firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday 9th October 2010 11am Leicester Cathedral Called Together is a service to celebrate and commission people for Lay Ministry within the Diocese. Everybody is very welcome to attend this special service
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Determined, dedicated, disciplined. Try to speak to soccer fans at the moment and you will be lucky to prise them from the television screen. At the time of writing speak to fans of “Britain’s Got Talent” and they will still be gasping in amazement at the brilliance of this year’s winners. Spelbound, a group of young gymnasts, flew through the air, balanced and twirled with perfect timing and coordination. Interviewed after their performance it was obvious that everyone in the team, the youngest probably no more than twelve, had absolute determination to succeed. They were dedicated and disciplined. What a wonderful example to us as Christians! Determined, dedicated, disciplined.
Christ. How wonderful it would be if we woke with a new determination to be dedicated and disciplined in our desire to succeed; not in winning glittering prizes and loud applause but to be holy. Of course we are called to be holy people even if most of us would put ourselves on the sinners’ bench. Saints are holy people but can that ever be me? Our Archbishop, Rowan Williams would say “Yes, it can”. Holiness isn’t about being good or being a special kind of person. It is about putting yourself in a special place so that God can come through. Holiness has as much to do with the character of a person, as light has to do with a window. Put the window in the right place and light comes through. Put a person in the right place and God comes through. Put ourselves in the transforming love of God in the Eucharist and in prayer and study of the scriptures and God will shine through us.
Perhaps this is what society needs most: people with radical discipline. Radical – going to the very root of – discipline obedience to – and as disciples there is only one who is at the root and ground of our beings, only one to whom we strive to show complete obedience and that of course is our Lord and Saviour, Jesus
Bishop Christopher email@example.com
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Checking out the new offices... The diocesan finance team visited the construction site recently to look at what will be their new office in St Martinâ€™s House. From left to right: John Orridge (finance director), Paul Wilson (finance officer), Sue Darlow (accounts officer retiring later this year), the newly married Caroline Wademan (management accountant) and Karen Issitt (accounts assistant).
Vikings invade Launde Abbey! Battle re-enactments on Saturday 28th, Sunday 29th & Monday 30th August. Viking camp and battles each day. Craft fair all weekend; car boot Monday. Fun for all. Kids games, Pony riding, Bouncy castle. Free entry Saturday, ÂŁ5 per car Sunday and Monday.
Treasures Unlocked In March the Diocese was awarded a grant by Go Leicestershire to run a pilot project relating to Church Tourism. Throughout our Diocese we have many Churches that contain fascinating features that would appeal to a wide range of visitors. These can range from historic stained glass to unique historical links, unusual architectural features to just simply being a very special place of repose. Sadly though, we often forget just how much value our Churches can be outside of the usual round of organised worship, and much other people like to enter and enjoy our buildings.
St Helens, Ashby de la Zouch help and advice on keeping your church open on a daily basis please visit www. nationalchurchwatch.com or call email: firstname.lastname@example.org
With this in mind, the Diocese is launching a pilot project to evaluate how to communicate our treasures to a wider world via modern communication tools. Funded by Go-Leicestershire via The Leicestershire Rural Partnership, the project is based on a selection of 10 Churches from across the Diocese, each one offering some form of uniqueness. One of the principal criteria is proximity to other tourist attractions, such that a whole day out could be planned, and that people would find the church on-line by tracking other linked entertainment. One problem in selecting churches has been whether or not they are open. All churches belong to the whole community and hence should be open to all, However this can be tricky for some. If you need
The selected churches will be found on the Go-Leicestershire â€˜Treasures Unlockedâ€™ pages of the website during the summer months to capitalise on the summer holiday period. Please contact Peter Hooper for further details 0116 239 4606 or peter@hoopers. orangehme.co.uk The photographs on the cover and this page of News and Views are taken by Chris Jones of LeicesterPhoto Design www.leicesterphoto.com
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the diocesan vision for mission This May, the Mission Action Groups from six Mission Partnerships, plus a church standing committee, spent four days away looking at church growth together. For many Mission Partnerships it was a formative time in seeing how they could effectively resource mission together. Canon Michael Rusk shares how it was for him, â€œLeading your Church into Growth is the conference that is receiving rave reviews. Specially adapted for the Diocese of Leicester; with lay people outnumbering the clergy, this conference is the most important event that has happened since the inception of Mission Partnerships. 60 people took part. The course was expertly facilitated by Stuart Burns and Barry Hill.
Sitting around tables in Mission Partnerships, the delegates were given the rare opportunity to focus on mission. The two main speakers were gifted evangelists: Robin Gamble and David Banbury. Both are witty northerners who combine humour and laughter with a passion for enabling churches to discover their latent potential for evangelism. Many people in England today are unchurched. For them church is an alien and alienating experience. Yet there is evidence of great spiritual hunger. Churches were invited to rediscover the gifts of hospitality, recreation, and friendship by developing un-churchy activities in the wider community. A Pub Quiz Evening was held as a demonstration of what such an event might be. Such stepping stones are needed if the church is to be effective in connecting and engaging with others where they are. There was focus on turning the enormous presence that Anglican churches enjoy in their communities into mission opportunities â€“ each church was invited to become aware of those on the margins of church life who may actually be open to the possibility of belonging and, in time, exploring the Christian faith. Nurture courses, beginnersâ€™
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Pentecost in the Park
courses were essential and a readiness to journey with people at their pace a pre-requisite. To invest in these people properly is the key to church growth. Leading your Church into Growth is a demanding course, but it is first-rate with its practical advice and ‘can-do’ mentality. Get ready to book your place next time!” This Leading Your Church into Growth course was funded in its entirety by a grant from the Parish Mission Fund, a diocesan fund established with special missionspecific money from the Church Commissioners nationally. For details of how Parishes and Mission Partnerships can apply for similar grants click on the Shaped by God section of the diocesan website or contact Carol Gibbons, email@example.com or 0116 248 7435
Our annual ‘Pentecost in the Park’ was held this year at the end of May and with two years running with hot sunshine! ,we must be doing the right thing in God’s eyes! It was a wonderful event again this year and it is estimated that over 400 people passed through the park and stopped for some of the time. This free event was for the whole community and it was good to see families of many cultures joining in with the Christian churches from the area. Barry Hill, the Diocesan Mission Enabler, spoke for two short spells during the event, the second time using magic tricks to illustrate his message. This is the 4th time in quite a short period that he has been to St Denys and we thank him very much. There was something for everyone: singing, worship, games, tug-of-war, face painting, bouncy castle, drama, puppets, BBQ, talks and prayer ministry if required. Elizabeth Rudge St Denys Church Evington
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Diary Dates English Country Gardens, Cosby Event Date: Friday 2nd July A concert for a summers evening to be given by our very able church choir 7.30pm in the Church of St Michael & all Angels, Cosby. Tickets £6 to include light refreshment, available from Jon Scott 0116 2841175
Witherley Church Fete Event Date: Saturday 3rd July Witherley School Playing Field. From 2pm. Wendy Morton Dance Academy, Meet Geoff and his animal family from Warwickshire Wildlife Sanctuary, Enjoy delicious W.I Refreshments, Sideshows, Tombola, White Elephant, Books, Cakes, Plants, Prize Draw, Fancy Goods and loads more….
Open Church – All Saints Newton Linford Event Date: Saturday and Sundays all summer The church, situated at the south entrance to Bradgate Park, is now open to visitors each Saturday and Sunday afternoon throughout the summer culminating with the Scarecrow and Village Festival weekend on September 25th & 26th.
Get A Life Summer Fair Event Date: Saturday 3rd July All Saints Thorpe Acre Church Hall from 10.30 to 1.30. In aid of Green Pastures Hospital and Chhahari Schools for poorest village children in NEPAL. Strawberry cream scones and coffee, Light lunches, Raffle, Home made cakes and jams, Fancy dress, Make your own coasters, bangles, bookmarks etc., Competitions for all, Gifts for summer. Please bring family and friends and help us to help them. More details call Elizabeth 01509-232904.
Knighton Chamber Orchestra Concert Event Date: Satutday 3rd July Enderby Parish Church 7:30pm Tickets £6 (£5 conc) Music by Beethoven, Mahler, Schumann and Mozart with mezzo soloist Nicola Bingham and baritone Harvey Nightingale. Also featured – the Bardi horns. For more info contact Kate Slipp 0116 284 9340
Cosby Open Gardens Weekend Event Date: Saturday 3rd July 19 Gardens open 10.00-5pm Saturday & Noon-4pm Sunday. Programmes £2.50 per person valid both days,available in advance from Cosby P.O. or on day. Free Parking. Stalls, refreshments, lunches on Saturday. Sunday, refreshments, lunches, cream teas with performance by Enderby Junior Band 3pm. Open Air Songs of Praise service 5pm lead by band in hall grounds. Display & sale of paintings by local artist in church during weekend. Proceeds to funds of St Michael & All Angels Church. More details call Sheila on 0116 2862652
St Philip & St James, Groby, Summer Fun & Games Fete Event Date: Saturday 3rd July 2.00pm – 4.00pm Groby church. Traditional Summer Fete, Stalls, Games, Refreshments. A Celebration of Marriage Exhibition in church. Wedding dresses, photographs and other wedding memorabilia. Sunday Evening Service – A celebration of Marriage. 6.30pm Summer Fayre Event Date: Saturday 3rd July In Church Rooms (and churchyard if fine), Church Lane, Anstey. 10.00am -2.00pm. Cooked Lunches, refreshments, tombola, bric-a-brac, toys, raffle, books and more! Contact: Marian Driver, tel. 0116 2368643
Cream Teas Event Date: Saturday 10th July Cream Teas in the gardens of Gill and David Sharp, 1 Balmoral Road,Melton Mowbray. Join us for this annual afternoon in lovely surroundings and enjoy the ‘naughty but nice’ cream teas of Gill’s pantry. 2.30pm. £4.00 Tel 01664 562945. Fundraising for St Mary the Virgin Church Thorpe Arnold.
Festival of Music and the Arts Event Date: 3rd to 17th July A bonanza of Music from Jazz, R & B, Virtuoso Performers , Swing , Organ , Choirs , Quartet & Orchestral , An Art Exhibition , Plus Workshops in Textiles, Flower Arranging , Painting & Photography and Talks . Go To www.Stwulframs. org.uk/festival
Reflections on Lesslie Newbigin in India Event Date: Saturday 10th July One-Day Seminar organised by the Friends of the Church in India in association with St Philip’s Centre. St Philip’s Church, Evington Road, Leicester LE2 1HN. 10.30 am to 4.30 pm. £20 per person to include Indian lunch and refreshments. Booking forms from Maureen Hebblewhite, 0116 273 3459 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Celebrating Heroes Event Date: Saturday 3rd July Rolls-Royce Brass Band in concert at Lockington Parish church. The band will perform many favourites within this beautiful Grade 1 listed church. Parking and refreshments are included in the £6.00 per person admission charge
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To receive Diary Dates and other news by email subcribe to Diomail by emailing email@example.com Mothers Union Coffee Morning Event Date: Saturday 10th July St Paul’s and St Augustine’s Mothers Union is hosting a coffee morning at St Paul’s Worship Centre, Kirby Rd, Leicester from 10am -12 noon. Various stalls, including raffle and cakes. All proceeds to Mothers Union chalet holidays and overseas funds.
Organ Recital – Billesdon Event Date: Thursday 29 July at Billesdon Parish church (10 miles east of Leicester) at 8.00pm - a recital by Paul Hele, Southwell Minister. Admission free. Summer Fayre in Aid of Mothers Union Funds Event Date: Saturday 7th August 10 am to 12 noon. St. Leonard’s Church, Main Street, Swithland Admission £1 inc coffee/biscuits. Cakes, Nearly New, Plants, Sales table, Books, Tombola and Raffle (Charity No. 250038)
Tea and Cakes at St Leonards Event Date: Saturday 10th July and Sunday 11th. 2pm to 5pm at St Leonards Church, Main St, Swithland. Donations in Aid of Chrch Funds. Blessing of Pets and Favourite Toys at Wartnaby Church Event Date: Sunday 11th July St. Michael & All Angels’, Wartnaby, Melton Mowbray. Service of Blessing for Pets and Favourite Toys at 2.00pm, followed by Teas at the Church from 3.00pm to 5.00pm.
East Norton Church in Bloom Event Date: Saturday 7th August All Saints Church, East Norton, in Bloom. From 10.30 – 4.30pm. Displays in church, lunches, teas, stalls and activities. For further details ring 0116 2598424 Afternoon Tea with Poetry and Humour Event Date: Sunday 8th August Join us for a traditional afternoon tea with Poetry readings and Humour. In the delightful gardens of Diana and Brian, Elphin, Lag Lane, Thorpe Arnold. 3.00pm to 5.00pm £7.50. The afternoon will be in a marquee and offer another in the series of good quality garden events. Fundraisng for St Mary the Virgin Church Thorpe Arnold.
Come and Sing event Event Date: Sunday 11th July Come and Sing event at All Saints Loughborough 11 July 2010 – Handel’s Coronation Anthems Farm Fun Day, Barkby Event Date: Sunday 11th July at Dairy Farm, Holt Lane, Barkby LE7 3QA from 1pm until 6pm. Variety of stalls and games with plenty to see and do for all the family. Open air Songs of Praise 5pm. Refreshments. Free car parking nearby. Admission £2.00 accompanied children under 12 years free.Proceeds for St Mary’s Church, Barkby
Tea and Cakes, Swithland Event Date: Saturday 14th August & Sunday 15th. St. Leonard’s Church, Main Street, Swithland. 2 pm – 5pm. Donations in aid of Church Funds Diary Dates in full can be read at http://diomail.dioceseofleicester.com
Organ recital – Billesdon Event Date: Thursday 15 July Billesdon Parish church (10 miles east of Leicester) at 8.00pm – a recital by Andrew Reid of Peterborough Cathedral. Admission free.
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Stoney Stanton Open Gardens Event Date: Saturday 17th July & Sunday 18th. More than a dozen varied gardens. Programmes with details of gardens and places of refreshment, plant sales etc. available in St. Michael’s Church where you can browse through village information and the gift stall. Open 11-5 (Saturday) and 12-5 (Sunday).
To find out more please contact Ian Woodhead on 01380 870384 or join online at: www.pbs.org.uk
Organ Recital – Billesdon Event Date: Thursday 22 July Billesdon Parish church (10 miles east of Leicester) at 8.00pm – a recital by Stephen Baden-Fuller
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A Joyful Occasion The celebration of marriage is a joyful and loving occasion and it is easy to see why Jesus chose the occasion of the Wedding at Cana as the scene of his first miracle. Over the weekend of 22/23 May 2010 the Ecumenical Church of the Nativity, (an Anglican/Methodist LEP), invited the people of Aylestone Park to join them as they hosted a vintage wedding exhibition in the church and a May Fair in the schoolrooms.
special flower arrangements adorned the church and the porch.
The wedding exhibition consisted of wedding and bridesmaid dresses from the 1950s to the present day and photographs of family weddings going back to 1901. We even had a medieval wedding bride and groom outfit, although I hasten to say this had been specially designed for a wedding in the 20th Century!
To round our weekend off all of the church ladies were invited to dress up in their best clothes and hats for the Sunday Morning Service of Worship and in honour of the occasion an additional hymn, ‘Love Divine All Love’s Excelling’, Nativity’s favourite wedding hymn, was included in the Service by our Methodist Minister, Revd David Vale.
Following research among church members a display was prepared of people’s Top Ten Wedding Hymns and Bible Readings and like all weddings
Patricia Ewen, Church Secretary & Local Churchwarden. The Ecumenical Church of the Nativity
County, City and Borough plant trees to create new wood. On Saturday 8th May 2010 the Chairman of the Leicestershire County Council, Mr Roger Wilson, The Lord Mayor of Leicester, Roger Blackmore and the Mayor or Oadby and Wigston Borough Council Kevin Lloydall joined together to plant a tree each in the new Wyggeston Quincentenary Wood. The wood is the first project to celebrate the 500th birthday of the foundation of the Wyggeston’s Hospital in 2013. The Hospital was Founded following the grant of Royal Letters Patent from King Henry VIII to William Wyggeston, whose statue is on the clock tower in the centre of Leicester. By the Letters William was allowed to create a hospital for 12 poor men and 12 poor
women. The word hospital means a place of hospitality and caring and the original building was on Peacock Lane near what is now Leicester Cathedral. When the Hospital was Founded it was referred to as the ‘new’ hospital of Leicester (Trinity Hospital another Almshouse in the city was founded in 1331).
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Celebrating our 21st year
and Churches Open Day Saturday 11th September 2010 Cycle or walk around many, or just visit one, of the open Churches and Chapels of Leicestershire. Be a sponsored walker, cyclist or welcomer to raise funds shared equally between your chosen church or chapel and the LHC Trust. Around 400 plan to open usually between 10am and 6pm. An Event in Leics Walking Week: www.leics.gov.uk/walkingweek
Lists of Open Churches from and enquiries to County Co-ordinator:
David Knowles 01509 268354 firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.lhct.org.uk http://www.rideandstrideuk.org (Registered Charity No 233476)
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ADVERTISEMENT: Lightning Protection Testing & Inspections My name is Christopher J Barsby of Barsby Lightning Protection Leicester. It would appear that there is a considerable amount of confusion regarding the Testing of Lightning Protection Systems. We are constantly informed by Church PCC’s that they are instructed by insurance companies and others, that it is only necessary to test Lightning Protection Systems every 2.5 years or even 5 years in line with the architects 5 yearly report. British & European Standards (BSEN 62305) require all Lightning Protection Systems to be tested & inspected annually; the reasons for this are as follows; Earth resistance readings can increase with seasonal changes, in the summertime sub-strata (earth) dries-out and resistance to earth will rise, also it is important that all connections are checked for electrical continuity. Should a joint become corroded, this will encourage power to “Side Flash” (Transient over Voltage) to any metal within or on a structure. Lightning as been known to side flash up to 3 miles from 1 electrical installation to another so therefore, all Electrical installations are susceptible to power surge, to say little of the ensuing fire hazard. It has been suggested that because many Churches have a simple protection system annual testing is not required. However, most Church systems are indeed old, outdated and so regular inspection is even more, important.
Lightning Protection is a very specialist area, we are not just conductor engineers but also earthing & grounding specialists. Electricians and Insurance companies are not qualified to give anyone information regarding this industry. 2.5 years maybe acceptable for the implementation of their policies, however, all lightning conductor engineers must work in accordance with the correct standards as documented. BSEN 62305 BS7430. A Certificate of compliance is for a 12 month period only, such as an MOT certificate on a motor vehicle, and is also proof of a maintenance program. As a Lightning Protection engineer and having completed an 8 year apprenticeship, I can inform you that finial rods (Air Termination Rods) are a capture mechanism, to harness the power of a Lightning strike with a poor or badly maintained earth installation is extremely dangerous, a lightning strike can be Incalculable Voltage. It is also thought by many that Lightning Conductors only activate when struck, again this is incorrect, conductors pick-up static even if a storm is 4 miles distant. Any Structure that has a badly maintained system not only endanger the building, people within the building but also the visiting public (Strikes create a risk from falling Stonework) anyone dealing directly or indirectly with Lightning Protection must have a “duty of care” to inform others of the correct documented Standards.
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Comings & Goings The Bishop announces... ...the retirement of the Revd Paul Botting, Priest in Charge of the Benefice of the High Framland Parishes in the Framland Deanery on 31 October 2010. ...the appointment of the Revd Emma Davies, Curate The Benefice of Market Harborough and The Transfiguration Little Bowden with Lubenham and Great Bowden (Team Ministry) as Team Vicar of the Benefice of Gilmorton, Peatling Parva, Kimcote cum Walton, North Kilworth, South Kilworth, Misterton Swinford, Catthorpe, Shawell and Stanford (The Avon Swift Team Ministry) in the Guthlaxton Deanery. Bishop Christopher will conduct the service of licensing on Thursday 23 September at 7.30 pm at St Leonard’s, Misterton.
...the appointment of the Revd Susan Leighton, currently Team Vicar in the South Croxton Group of Parishes, as Priest in Charge of The Benefice of the Burrough Hill Parishes and The South Croxton Group of Parishes. ...the death of John Hornsby who trained with us as a reader and was licensed to Leire, Dunton Bassett etc in 1991.
...the death of the Revd John Garrett a former Clergyman of this Diocese aged aged 100.
Safe Internet Use Policy now online The Diocese has launched a new Policy on Safe Internet Use, SMS and Social Networking. You can find it by searching ‘Safe Internet Use’ on the Diocesan website.
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