Easter Drawing Competition
We have several upcoming events; the decision has been taken to make them all virtual to comply with current COVID government guidelines. Please keep an eye on this page for further information.
Young artists will have another opportunity to join in with an Easter themed drawing competition. More details will be added soon!
'Malcolm's adventures with his muse: some stories and poems'
Join us on zoom on Friday 9th April at 7.30pm, entry from 7.20pm, for stories and poems with Malcolm! If you would like to join us please transfer £5 to our bank account (St Mary's Church Linton P C C, Sort Code: 201719, Account No: 90389277, please include the reference 'Malcolm' and your name) then email firstname.lastname@example.org stating that a donation has been made and a link to the meeting will be sent back to you. We will ask you not to share your zoom link and to let us know your screen name so we know who to admit on the night.
May half term quiz/ trail
There is going to be a quiz/ trail with pictures and cryptic clues available from the 24th May fro three weeks. Details on how to join in will be added soon.
Christmas Tree Festival winner
Thank you to all who took part in the Christmas tree festival either by entering a photo or voting! The winner was Megan Till, entry number 9.
Paper quiz winner
Thank you to those who had a go at our paper quiz, the winner is Lawrence Powell. Use this link to see the questions and answers.
Children's competition winners
We had three winners on our Christmas carol themed art competition: Eliza Rayment- Hinde aged 2 with Little Donkey, Eddie aged 5 with Away in a Manger and Heidi Saddleton aged 10 with Hark the Herald Angels Sing. Thank you to all who entered the entries will be on the church noticeboard.
Virtual Quiz- winners
On Sunday 10th January we held the quiz and the Foote family won.
Thank you to everyone who joined in with any of these events we have raised £422.25 for church funds. Thank you also to the parents of the children's competition winners who kindly gave their permission for their children's names to be publicised.
The voting has now closed and the winners have been chosen! Congratulations to all the winners and thank you to everyone who took part. All the entries can be viewed here.
About Events at St Mary's
We have a thriving Events Committee which organises events with the aim of having fun together and blessing those in our local community.
The Events Committee is a sub committee of the PCC whose remit is to support the social life of the church and provide fund raising events. We have a very active committee of people who really enjoy each other’s company and arranging events as diverse as: curry and pudding evenings, day trips and a murder mystery evening.
A large part of our function is to support the service pattern of our church by arranging bring and share meals and refreshments after key services such as the Christmas carol service.
This year, 2019, the second year of the Linton Scarecrow Festival, reaching out and involving the whole village in a weekend of events much enjoyed by all and raising vital funds for the church. In 2020 we are going to be holding a Christmas tree festival, which will be similarly community minded and will add a little sparkle to our church and the wider village.
We are always happy to welcome those who would like to help at events.
Due to the outbreak of the coronavirus, keep an eye on this page where we will post updates on whether future events are taking place, as the length of the pandemic is unclear.
You can take a look at the full Church Calendar for more information on all that's going on.
Easter traditions from around the World
In April of this year St Mary's held a quiz in support of Christian Aid on the theme of Easter. Here is a link to see some of the answers to the questions from the quiz, thank you again to those who had a go!