On the third Friday of alternate months the Parish has for some years, organised an afternoon Tea Cake and Chat event at All Saints Church Hall in Station Road Batford.» Read more
Azalea means beautiful and dignified in ancient Greek and its mission is to empower and facilitate sustainable transformation in the lives of the men, women and neighbourhoods impacted by sex trafficking through several different projects. Sex trafficking is when an individual is coerced, forced, or manipulated into providing sexual access or services to a ‘punter’ often through threats of, or acts of, violence from a perpetrator. So what work does Azalea do?» Read more
CLERGY REFERENCES (CHURCH FORMS) FOR APPLICATIONS TO ST GEORGE’S SCHOOL FOR ENTRY SEPTEMBER 2024.
In order that the parish may deal with requests for clergy references in an efficient manner, we ask that parents / guardians send the following documents by email to the parish office (email@example.com) by Monday 2 October 2023:
Read more: St. George’s Clergy Reference
1. completed ‘Request for Clergy Reference Form’ (available at the back of church OR for download using the link below, OR from the parish office by email)
2. scanned colour copy of your child’s completed record of church attendance (‘passport’).
Clergy reference requests will be processed by the parish office during weeks commencing 2 October and 9 October 2023 and may be collected from the parish office by parents/ guardians on Saturday 14 October 2023 between 10.00am and 12 noon.
Please contact the parish office by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or on telephone number 01582 765524 if you have any queries or any difficulties in sending documents by email.
Welcome! We are one parish with three distinct worshipping communities. Though frequently working together, each has its distinctive character and serves a particular area of the parish, but you are welcome to worship wherever you feel most at home. We are a parish big enough to count, with churches small enough to care.
If you can’t find what you want, even via the search page or our blog (magazine), please contact us.
- Tea, cake and chat
- Our Parish now Supports Azalea
- All Saint’s Clothes Swap
- St Mary’s Bug Church
- St. George’s Clergy Reference
- Join a Course run by Harpenden Learning for Leisure (HLfL)
- British Humanitarian Aid Newsletter
- Thanks from Arrata
- British Humanitarian Aid Collection
Thank you to everyone who gave donations to BHA at our recent weekend collections . We had a fantastic response this time, from many members and organisations within our Town, and we collected more items than we could be load into one van; hence a return collection is being organised to fetch the additional items.» Read more
Chernihiv in the Ukraine – TOGETHER WE CAN HELP
There will be a collection on: Saturday 25th February from 10 am to 3 pm
In the Cunningham Room in St Nicholas Church Halls
Our gifts will be collected by BHA on Sunday 26TH February
For further information please contact: Anne Harper or
Margaret Hewitt via the office.
( The Flier for this event may be found here flier)
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Привіт, українці в Харпендені!
Приходьте на каву та спілкування
* допомога з речами, необхідними дітям для школи та іншими предметами
У Кафе Корнелія – Церква Святого Миколая.
Середа, 17 серпня – 10:00 – 12:00.
Parish of Harpenden
Coffee & chat with Ukrainian arrivals
All welcome At Cornelia’s – St. Nicholas Church, Harpenden
At Cornelia’s – St. Nicholas Church, Harpenden.
Church Green, Harpenden AL5 2TP.
Wednesday 17th August. 10am-12noon.
Documents relating to the Annual Parochial Church Meeting» Read more
Dennis was born near Chicago in the USA. However he regards California as his childhood home. He with his wife Helen moved to the UK in 1984 in order to do PhD studies in theology at the University of Durham. Dennis trained for ministry at Westcott House Cambridge and following his curacy was involved in theological education at the Queen’s Foundation teaching New Testament and serving as Dean and Principal. He came to St Albans diocese in 2002 as Ministry Development Officer and Residentiary Canon at the Cathedral and Abbey Church of St Alban. [Nationally on behalf of the Church of England he is a Senior Inspector of theological colleges and courses and serves on several Ministry Division committees. He remains involved with the St Albans Centre for Christian Studies.] Dennis has particular commitment to Ecumenism, adult theological education, and research and writing on the New Testament. Leisure includes the seaside, walking, a good film and listening to music (mostly classical).