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October -The church gets its facelift

In just a few hours at the end of October a team of volunteers stripped the church of all its moveable furnishings. In the emptiness the cobwebs were all the more apparent!

Then the decorators moved in, with their scaffolding and other vital items, and worked their magic. 

A mere week later the transformation was effected. And the government had called for a further national lockdown! So the leisurely cleaning, polishing and restoration of furnishings became a frantic race against time, as the same volunteers put the building back together while permitted to do so.

Join in the festival service online on Sunday 22 November to see the finished result!

And watch out for a first sighting of the new pew cushions …

November - Worship on the Festival of Christ the King

The anniversary year begins!

A service of the Word filmed in the newly-decorated church launched our anniversary year led by Rev Jane Parry and with a sermon from special guest preacher, former Crowton vicar, Father Neill Robb.

The service was streamed online from the NCK website and can still be seen any time. To watch after the initial streaming you may need to go to the previous services page accessible from the Home page of the NCK site

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Anniversary Pub Quiz Night

A triumph of organisation and technological marvels! Robert ("The Technician") Baker-Glenn, hiding behind an anonymous and slightly ominous black screen proved an able puppet-master, mustering 40 different screens into one group quiz and 23 separate teams while John Williamson posed the questions.

A fine time was had by all and, just as good, we raised over £400 for Crowton 150 and everyone got to meet the new vicar, Ron Iveson.

Ross at the Hare & Hounds never did manage to join his team as he was run off his feet sorting out all the special quiz night takeaways!

Thanks to everyone for making it work, but especially John and Robert, of course, who put a huge amount of time and effort into the project.

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