NYD Webteam: July 2020
West Burton chapel have opened a prayer garden in the grounds around the chapel.
You will know that you can pray anywhere, at any time, in any place; sometimes you may prefer to go to a chapel or it's garden.
So why not make a visit to West Burton chapel garden?
It is open 24/7 and there is no charge.
The chapel is on the East side of the village green and you will find it a haven of peace and tranquility.
There are five stations, enter by the main gate where you will be reminded in the current situation to maintain a 2 metre distance from others.
Access is up one step into the garden where rough tarmaced paths and grass,which is mainly cut short, enable you to enjoy the flowers as you take time to pray.
Two stations repeated outside the chapel gardens facing outwards into the village.
We hope you are able to take advantage of this prayer garden at this time when we maybe need some peace and comfort.
You may also be interested in
Siggy Parratt-Halbert works for the Discipleship and Ministries Learning Network of The Methodist Church, and applies Forest School training to the concept of Forest Church and outdoor worship. Samhain, Harvest and All Saints.Samhain is a celebration of life and death, and the harvest. The church celebrates All Saints and AllSouls, held on 1 and 2 November respectively.All Saints'...
Pete Kelsall a local preacher and cyclist in the West Midlands posted this image after one of his bike rides. He duly obliged when I asked him to write some words for us about it.As this different' year draws to a close, there's light at the tunnel. Unfortunately, it's a train charging towards us! It's an old joke, suitably dry and wry for these odd days.David's...
The circuit has set up a You Tube channel for you to enjoy. We can share our faith stories, services and news, amongst many other things. Already we have a visual Psalm 23, the welcome service with Rev Julia Reid and a story for young people. There is more exciting things on the way. Check it out on this link. We know we want to grow...