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"God in his great mercy has given us new birth into a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead”. 1 Peter 1:3
We all long for and seek love and hope, especially in times like these. There is no better place to look for “living hope” than in the resurrection of God’s son, Jesus Christ that we celebrate at Easter.
The beauty of Jesus being raised from death to life is that we see the hope of eternal life for us too. That is living hope!
We at Speen Church hope that you and your family are keeping well and managing during this difficult time in our nation.
If you have a prayer request or a need you feel we can help you with please do not hesitate to reach out and get in touch with me by email: here or Tel. 01494 488753
We also have a confidential prayer network team that would love to pray for you.
Prayer requests can be sent to Janis Hearn by email: here
We are delighted that the Church will be open once again for worship from Easter Sunday. The leadership team have been working hard to ensure that systems are in place to keep everyone as safe as possible in line with Government rules and BU guidelines. This means our Sunday meetings will be a little different - a guide to what to expect can be accessed HERE.
We will continue to stream sermons on our YouTube Channel HERE for those who are unable to join us on Sunday mornings.
We look forward to welcoming you.
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Sunday Services at Speen Church
Services on a Sunday offer a warm welcome to all. Bring the whole family!
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10.30 - 12pm
Café & Kitchen
is open every Thursday
serving delicious cakes and freshly brewed coffee
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A fantastic community meeting space
On hold.....we hope to be back soon!
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Life of the Church | The Visual Diary
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APRIL | Easter
Our Easter celebration was extra special this year as we gathered together in person for the first time since November to celebrate our risen Saviour. The sun shone and we were even able to sing outside in the Easter Garden!
APRIL | Easter Garden
The Easter Garden at Speen Church is open until Tuesday 5th April! Speen School had a wonderful afternoon exploring the Easter story in the sunshine. Everyone is welcome - we look forward to seeing you!
FEBRUARY | Tree-cycling
We are delighted that Speen School is able to make use of some of the wood cut last year after the giant conifers by the Lych Gate were taken down. Ten tree rounds have been delivered and put in place at the school ready for the children to enjoy when they return 8th on March.
FEBRUARY | Rainbow
The beautiful full rainbow brightening up the stormy sky over the Chapel is a symbol of hope...
“We don’t yet see things clearly. We’re squinting in a fog, peering through a mist. But it won’t be long before the weather clears and the sun shines bright! We’ll see it all then, see it all as clearly as God sees us, knowing him directly just as he knows us! But for right now, until that completeness, we have three things to do to lead us toward that consummation: Trust steadily in God, Hope unswervingly, Love extravagantly. And the best of the three is Love." 1Cor13:12-13
HAPPY NEW YEAR! | 2021
FOLLOW THE STAR | The Stable
In a stable in the town of Bethlehem, Mary gave birth to the King, baby Jesus. She swaddled him in cloth and laid him in a manger.
Every Christmas day Christians all over the world celebrate the miraculous story of the birth of King Jesus, the Christ and Lord and Saviour of all the world!
FOLLOW THE STAR | Jospeh
Meet Joseph in his carpenter's workshop. Joseph discovered that Mary was going to have a baby and felt confused and upset because they were not yet married. An angel visited him and said: “Do not be confused and upset, the baby is from God’s Holy Spirit and you should call him Jesus”.
FOLLOW THE STAR | The Star
The new star shines brightly letting everyone know a new King has been born!
FOLLOW THE STAR | Three Gifts
The Wise Men followed the star to Bethlehem, where it stopped over the place where Mary, Joseph and Jesus were staying. The Wise Men brought gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh and worshipped Jesus. God warned them in a dream not to tell King Herod where the new King was, so they went home a different way.
FOLLOW THE STAR | Angels
Suddenly there was a bright light in the sky and an angel appeared. The shepherds were very frightened but the angel said: “Do not be afraid, Jesus has been born and you will find him in a stable in Bethlehem.” All the angels sang, “Glory to God in the highest, and peace to everyone on earth.”
FOLLOW THE STAR | Shepherds
Meet the Shepherds who were looking after their sheep in the fields just outside Bethlehem...they were the first to hear the good news!
FOLLOW THE STAR | December 2020
Congratulations to one of the first visitors to complete the Nativity Trail - well done! The Nativity Trail is open to all until 28th December. Click HERE for further details.
OPEN CHURCH | November 2020
In this new season of lockdown we are keeping the Church open for anyone who would like to come in for a few moments of peace, private prayer or to light a candle of hope in what can sometimes seem like a dark world....
The Chapel will be open Monday to Saturday 9am – 3pm during November.
Remembrance Sunday | November 2020
We remember all those who laid down their lives for our country in wars and other military conflicts. A film recalling the Miracle of Dunkirk can be see on this link HERE
Churchyard Clear Up | October 2020
Last Saturday was dry and still, perfect conditions for the annual Churchyard clean up. Thank you to everyone who came to help, we had a great turn out with 19 folk joining in during the course of the morning to cut hedges, strim and clear paths – do take a moment to admire the work next time you visit!
Harvest | 4 October 2020
At our Harvest Festival we celebrated with thanksgiving the Lord's bountiful provision with donations to bless local families in need through One Can Trust and Saunderton Lodge.
The Power of Faith | August 2020
A short video to encourage and uplift - may it bless you.
Rainbows of Thanksgiving | June 2020
When out taking your daily exercise, we warmly invite you to stroll through Speen Chapel Pentecost Garden to see the beautiful pictures of rainbows that the children of Speen School have drawn as they thought about "Thank You" and "Please" prayers for those serving our country in the NHS, you are welcome to pause and add a prayer of your own.
Pentecost | 31st May 2020
This eye-catching display in the Chapel garden are a visual reminder of the gift of the Holy Spirit first poured out on Jesus' followers after His ascension. Click on the video to take a tour of the garden and find out more.
VE Day | 8th May 2020
It was a privilege to hear stories and memories shared as we delivered boxes of freshly baked scones and jam to those in our community who were there on VE Day 1945.
He is Risen! | April 2020
They found the stone rolled away from the tomb, but when they entered, they did not find the body of the Lord Jesus.....The angel said to the women, “He is not here; he has risen!" Luke 24:2-3 and Mark 16:6
Speen Church Easter Garden
India | March 2020
Paul and James spent a busy week at Agape School and Bible College with Agape Alive in India earlier this month just before the country closed its boarders due to COVID-19.
Induction of Rev. Tim Deller | 29 February 2020
The induction of Rev. Tim Deller as Minister of Speen Church was a joy filled occasion as we celebrated Tim and Rosi's arrival to Speen with friends from the community, local churches and guests from further afield.
"See I am doing a new thing! Now it springs up, do you not perceive it? I am making a way in the wilderness and streams in the wasteland." Isaiah 43:19.
Welcome! | February 2020
"Enter His gates with thanksgiving": Psalm 100:4. The gate from the Village to Chapel Hall has a new inscription beautifully carved by the same craftsman who worked on the village war memorial at the Lych Gate.
Wheels 4 Moira | January 2020
After months of patient waiting, Moira and team have finally taken delivery of a brand new car which will make travelling for the Mother and Child Project in a remote region of South Gonder, Ethiopia, both safer and easier.
You can watch a video with the latest news about the project here.
TLG Sunday | 6th October
Rachel Dawson from Christian charity TLG spoke about the incredible work TLG do with churches across the UK to bring hope and a future for children and young people struggling with school, poverty and holiday hunger. Listen to Rachel's talk here. Find out more about TLG here.
Celebration on the Field | 15th September
The sun shone, the coffee flowed, the cakes were plentiful and the Playing Field rang with praise and thanksgiving for another wonderful Speen Festival!
New Wine United 19 | 3rd - 9th August
The new site at Peterborough proved to be a successful venue for this year's Church holiday with New Wine - excellent teaching, inspiring worship, fun, BBQs.... all in glorious sunshine! Join us next year! Info here
Ladies Breakfast | July
Ladies from the community enjoyed a delicious breakfast cooked by the men followed by an excellent and challenging talk by Michael Spurr, former Chief Executive of HM Prison and Probation Service.
Croquet 'n chips | June
The annual Men's Croquet Tournament was hotly contested as usual. A fish and chip feast was followed by two rounds of croquet ....mutterings about long grass and foul play were duly ignored and a great evening was had by all!
Men's Breakfast | 16th March
Around 50 men enjoyed a full English Breakfast in Chapel Hall followed by a profound and engaging talk:"Inside Out - Reflections on Crime, Punishment and Rehabilitation" with Michael Spurr, Chief Executive HM Prison and Probation Service
Toddlers and Toddlers | March
Carers and Tots enjoy fun together on Tuesdays in Chapel Hall.
Communion | Shared on the first Sunday of the month