1st – All Saint’s Day
The day we remember those Christians who have died, who we don’t know personally. A “saint” is someone whose life shows us how to follow Jesus. Including teachers, artists, scientists and many more.
2nd – All Soul’s Day
3rd – Sunday Lunch
Mainly aimed at those who would normally eat alone but everyone is welcome at the Sir John Warren to share a meal together after the 10:00am service.
5th – Guy Fawkes Day
Also known as Bonfire Night it marks the anniversary of the discovery of a plot organized by Catholic conspirators to blow up the Houses of Parliament in London in 1605.
10th – Remembrance Sunday
Service at St Mary’s Church at 10am followed by a procession to the Cenotaph for the wreath laying and service at 10.50am.
10.35am: Parade will march from the South Street car park to the Cenotaph headed by Ilkeston Brass.
11th – Armistice Day
11th – 18th Ask Your Pharmacist Week
A week that provides a platform for pharmacy public awareness activities across the UK.
11th – PCC Meeting at 7:00pm
In the Cantelupe Centre.
14th – Samuel Seabury
The first Anglican Bishop in North America, 1796.
20th – Priscilla Lydia Sellon
A Restorer of the Religious Life in the Church of England, 1876.
24th – Christ the King
The last Sunday before Advent.
25th – Isaac Watts, Hymn Writer, 1748
The English Congregational minister, hymn writer and theologian, who was a prolific hymn writer credited with some 750 hymns.
29th – Day of Intercession and Thanksgiving
For the Missionary Work of the Church.
30th – St. Andrew’s Day