Choir Practices in February for The Jesus Story

We will need a few rehearsals to remind ourselves of the music for The Jesus Story, and I would like to encourage other singers to join us. For the Grantham and hopefully Edenham performances there will be also singers and instrumentalists from Harrowby Lane Methodist Church, Grantham.

The rehearsals are a mixture of dates beginning in February at Corby Glen Methodist Church, starting at 7.30pm.

New singers are very welcome – and you don’t have to be able to read music!

If you would like to join us, please keep these dates free and let me know your availability:

February Wed. 3, Tues. 9, Wed. 17, Tues, 23

Janet Roberts. Tel. Corby Glen 0374

The Jesus Story Continues!

The exciting biblical story of Jesus Christ has been retold in 18 songs with narration, in a new musical entitled The Jesus Story. The musical was written by Richard Rice-Oxley, now a retired priest living in Swinstead, South Lincs. The first performances, given by a local choir and musicians in Swayfield and Corby Glen, were warmly received by packed audiences.

We have been invited to perform The Jesus Story again in 2016:

  • GRANTHAM Methodist Church, Harrowby Lane, Friday 18 March at 7.30p.m.
  • EDENHAM Village Hall,
    Sunday 20 March at 4.00p.m.
  • MORTON Church, Saturday 25 June, time t.b.c.

More details are on the website:


Swayfield Church


Church of St Nicholas, Swayfield
Church of St Nicholas, Swayfield

Swayfield is a friendly, rural village of approximately 145 homes and two farms surrounded by beautiful countryside, untroubled by traffic noise or pollution.

Church services are held every Sunday, at 9.30 am, and include a monthly Family Service led by the two local Authorised Lay Ministers, Morning Prayer, and two services of Holy Communion.

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St John’s Church, Corby Glen

Church of St John the Evangelist, Corby Glen (photographer: Steve Honeywood)
Church of St John the Evangelist, Corby Glen (photographer: Steve Honeywood)

St John’s prides itself on being an inclusive church in which people from across the whole spectrum of Anglican churchmanship (and beyond) can feel welcome and comfortable.

Services are normally held in St John’s every Sunday, except when there is a fifth Sunday in the month when a Group Holy Communion is celebrated elsewhere in the Benefice. All Sunday services start at 11 am.

A midweek service of Holy Communion is held each Wednesday at 10 am.

Services of Morning Prayer (9 am) and Evening Prayer (5 pm) are offered every day except Monday.

Church and Churchyard are open daily for visitors and private prayer.

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