Do you want to discover more about faith?
We offer a growing programme of opportunities, the latest of which is The Vine. See our latest coMPass programme which is helping build capacity for mission. Find out about our Leadership Programme. And keep up to date with developments on our Learning Hub project.
Prayer resources including PrayMK, CTE’s Prayers of Hope and Sacred Space
2:30 PM - 4:30 PM
A talk organised by Stantonbury Ecumenical Partnership, led by Lynn Hotton. Lynn has been a faith teacher locally for several years and has extensive knowledge of different faiths. Learning about other faiths and how they compare to Christianity is becoming more and more relevant in our lives as the faith structure of our society is changing significantly.
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
A choral evening service with words and music reflecting on the environment and climate, led by Revd Wendy Carey
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
This year’s Ecumenical Confirmation Service will be held on Sunday 7th November 2021, starting at 6pm at Cross & Stable Church in Downs Barn
7:30 PM - 10:00 PM
As part of Christ the Cornerstone’s reflections on climate change there will be a performance of Haydn’s Creation by the Cornerstone Chamber Choir led by Adrian Boynton.
** Note change of Venue from Christ the Cornerstone to St Peter & St Paul’s Church in Newport Pagnell **
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
A pre-Christmas guided retreat at St Mary’s, Shenley Church End. All welcome.
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
MK’s Climate Cafe is being relaunched this November! There will be a Green Fair with stalls, speakers and a workshop. Help the Climate Cafe raise awareness about the climate emergency in MK.
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
International trumpet legend Crispian Steele-Perkins will be giving a thrilling recital and demonstration of multiple trumpets alongside Hilary Devan Wetton at St Mary’s, Shenley Church End on Sunday 14 November at 3pm. This is a not-to-be-missed opportunity to hear two of England’s finest musicians in action.
CTE Presidents have issued a statement following the death of Sir David Amess
How will the Winter Night Shelter MK be helping the homeless and vulnerable this winter? How can you help?
It is clear that this winter is going to be a tough one for many people. Winter Night Shelter MK are expecting a lot of demand for their services, particularly in light of the evictions backlog, the ending of the furlough scheme and the Universal Credit uplift, the worsening crisis in availability of affordable housing, rising energy prices and the digital exclusion of many people from a number of support services that have pivoted online.
Find out their plans on how to best serve those who need them this winter whilst keeping safety and Covid as paramount considerations.
10th – 16th October is Prisons Week. An opportunity to pray for all those in prison, and those who work in custodial settings.