The April Magazine
Here’s the first stab at our new online magazine. It contains just the same material as in the paper copy, though it is presented in a different way. I hope this is more attractive than a simple .pdf copy of the printed version, but if you prefer that, just click the top link and ignore the rest.
Do let us know what you think.
In the current situation, a Sunday publication day is less significant.
We’ll try to get the magazine online by the 1st of the month, rather than the First Sunday.
Thus the deadline for the May edition is Thursday 23rd April
Please let us have your material at least by then (earlier will be better!)
– and we’ll try to have the magazine ready for Friday, 1st May.
The magazine in traditional “paper” format. Download this from the archive in the Kildwick website (which goes back to 2001!)
The Pastoral Letter. Julie considers “The Price of Love”, particularly in this time of stress and crisis
Kildwick, Cononley and Bradley – one parish, three churches. Teamwork! Julie Bacon on setting up four teams across the parish.
The Thumb Nail Chain. An idea to start us talking and sharing just a snippet about ourselves
Shorts: A page for some otherwise uncategorised small snippets
Readings for April – a variety of resources
The 2020 APCM: The Bishop’s Instrument
Cononley Items: A variety of short items including the WI, the Quiz, the Rededication Service – and some closures.
Sustaining Prayer; Resources for maintaining prayer, worship and the spiritual life amidst COVID-19
The Prayer Page; A selection of prayers from the C of E Resources library for the current Corona Virus outbreak
New Online Facilities; a listing of the facilities now available to keep connected with the parish of Kildwick, Cononley and Bradley
A little delight; a small, delightful thing in a rather grim time. A whimsy.
The Passion Flower; A floral reminder of the Easter Story
Farnhill Parish Council; A few items from their February meeting. This includes some discussion about the Diocese’s attempt to gain planning permission for the Vicarage.
Sudan. Coronavirus hits hard in a country with no resources and no health service. Doctors are unaffordable.
Bell News; News, both from the tower and the MiniRingers. This will be the last report we’ll be writing for a while!
The Birds in Your Garden. Mike Gray’s regular monthly column. This month, looking at nests and the different habits of our garden birds.
A Free Offer! In response to the COVID situation, the BTO is offering free membership to the Garden Bird Watch
LockDown; Some home-spun reflections on the current lock-down situation