Rempstone Village Hall


  

Pilates Class 

Every Thursday evening and now Tuesday and Friday mornings. Contact Jane Thomas: 07778019765 for booking and further information or see village hall news link


KEY DATES for 2018


April 28: 'Ensonglopedia of Science' a Musical Comedy - 7.30pm


July 1:
Village Fete


September 9:  
Village Show


TO RESERVE TICKETS & FOR FURTHER INFORMATION & BOOKINGS

Call Barbara: 07758 464515 or see Village website.   www.rempstonevillage.org.uk

Booking forms are available from the website, Village Hall and Committee members.




 





Garden Club Dates for 2017 now Online



All Saints Church, Rempstone

 

MAY SERVICES

                                                                 

6TH MAY                   6TH SUNDAY OF EASTER

                                  Invited to Holy Communion at Costock at 11.00 a.m.

 

10TH MAY                 ASCENSION DAY                      

                                  Benefice Choral Holy Communion (BCP) at Stanford at 7.30 p.m. 

 

13TH MAY                 7TH SUNDAY OF EASTER

11.00 a.m.                   Holy Communion (CW)                 Reverend Mary Essex

 

20TH MAY                   PENTECOST                                          

11.00 a.m.                   Holy Communion (BCP)                 Reverend Pat Edwards

                                                                                      Reverend Peter Wenham

27TH MAY                TRINITY SUNDAY

11.00 a.m.                  Village Worship                              Sue Waterston

 

 

 

Churchwardens:   Richard Beeby       01509 880260

                              David Simpkin       01509 880171

 

PCC Secretary:      Jenny Walker        01509 880097

 

Organist:               David Simpkin       01509 880171

 

 


Page from the Past 

Former Rector Remembered

In the middle of World War 11 the Revd Harold Curling Dunn was appointed incumbent to the village of Rempstone in 1943.

 

He had moved from Northill where he had looked after and been very kind to a number of Second World War evacuees.  The correspondent, Laurie Galkin, writes in detail of the daily life of an evacuee child during this difficult period.

 

If you would like to read the whole account, please contact Bill Buchanan on 01509 820710

 

 

 


 


Matter of Life and Debt

If you or somebody you know is anxious about money matters specialist guidance is available  through national and local organisations.  Details have been compiled by the Southwell Diocese and can be viewed by clicking here.


Child Protection Policy

 

Details of the revised child protection policy agreed by  the PCC of All Saints Church, Rempstone and the other churches in the United Benefice have now been published.

 

A copy of the revised and updated policy can been seen in church and it will also  be given to all youth workers, volunteers and employees who have responsibility for children and young people.  The independent person who children, youth workers and volunteers may talk to if they wish about any concern is Pam Peacock on 01509 853397.

 

The policy statement will be reviewed annually and it will be monitored by Doris Elcock the nominated Child Protection Named Person. She may be contacted on 01509 852778.


Book of Remembrance 

 

The Rempstone Church Book of Remembrance has recently been updated to the beginning of 2011.  It can be found in the glazed cabinet to the left of the main door of the Church.

 

All the dates and names in this book are taken from the Church's Register of Burials and give the date on which the interment or the burial of the ashes took place.  The actual date of death is not recorded in this book.  Sometimes ashes are not interred in the church yard and therefore the name will not be in the register.


Rempstone On Line

 

Aside from this web site, there is  a further web site which contains an excellent account of the two Rempstone churches.

It is: www.southwellchurches.nottingham.ac.uk. The site is constantly being extended to provide additional information on the whole group of Southwell Churches and gives clear pictures as well as fascinating details of bells, furniture, organs, etc. 

 

 


Paving the Way to the Perfect Wedding......

 

A new Church of England website has been set up to help guide couples through the steps of planning the perfect day and also highlights changes in the law which makes it easier to hold your wedding at the church that has special significance to you and your family.

  

The site also helps you choose appropriate hymns and readings and answers many questions posed by couples who want to ensure that the wedding is heavenly in every way.

 

Our local clergy are always on hand to help you make the right decisions but this website is a very good foundation to start planning.  Just log onto http://www.yourchurchwedding.org