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Welcome to the website of Clippesby Church and Countryside

Countryside Restoration About us Architecture History Music Collected Videos The Changing Landscape Gardens Art Literature

Clippesby's  Evening Prayer every  Wednesday, at 4.30 pm.

Latest Sermons

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Includes Armchair Walks & Nature Videos

Includes Agriculture, Buildings & Scenery

Our Architects

The story of the Heritage Lottery Application & all that followed . . .

Story of the Village Sign

The Harmonium

The Church within & without; Stained Glass, Carvings, & the Churchyard

The Church Building, Rectory, Records, Documents & People

Overview of St. Peter's,

What we do during the year

Harvest of a Quiet Eye,

Exhibitions, Celebrations,

Garden Parties

Rota for the current month(s)

J.S.Cotman, J.W.Waterhouse, through to the present day

Poetry & Prose connected with Clippesby

Hymns & Carols sung by the Lakefield singers, with video, and 40's songs by the Carter family

Illustrated presentations of almost every sermon since 2014

Monthly notes from our Churchwarden,  Jean

Some of Clippesby's beautiful gardens

Nature, Gardens & Walks

About

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Dear Visitors,

       Our aim in creating this website has been threefold:-  firstly, to publicize information about our beautiful little church:- times of worship, social events, it's history and architecture; secondly, to share with you our enjoyment of the area in which it is set; and thirdly, to provide you with some thoughtful reading for the quieter moments in your life.  Although stemming from the rhythm of the church's year, these articles could well speak meaningfully to you at any time.

      Above all, we hope you don't just rush through our lovingly-created pages, but enjoy spending some time with us.

Jean and Pauline

Quinquennial Inspection Report

Quinquennial Inspection 2016

 

Anyone interested in looking at this, or indeed, to read all 54 pages in full, click on the image above

New Additions

Two new videos for nature lovers in

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The Blackbirds' Nursery.

The first 14 days

All in an April Morning

One morning in the garden in early Spring

April 2017

Clippesby Church's report to the Annual Parish Council Meeting 11th May 2017

(Parishes of Fleggburgh, Billockby and Clippesby)

Read it here

Peter being corrected by Paul

25th (St.Peter)

(2nd after Trinity)

"Praise the Lord! Ye heavens adore him"

            Sung by the Lakefield Singers at Clippesby

Accompanied by a slide show of sky pictures taken locally.

We recommended you view this video via this link, as then you can view it full screen:

https://youtu.be/23YHg46eM-Q

Music from Clippesby

"Praise the Lord, ye heavens adore him"

Diary dates for July.  Everyone is very welcome to attend:  (in the church unless otherwise stated)

 

Tuesday 4th at 11am Coffee, Chat & Cake.

Wednesday 5th at 4.30pm Evening Prayer

Sunday 9th at 11am Holy Communion with the Rural Dean

Wednesday 12th at 4.30pm Evening Prayer

Tuesday 18th at 11am Coffee, Chat & Hobbies

Wednesday 19th at 4.30pm Evening Prayer

Sunday 23rd at 11am  Morning Prayer & Baptism

Sunday 23rd at 2pm to 5pm Thelma’s Open Garden  with Flamenco at Hall Farm House (see Latest News)

Wednesday 26th at 4.30pm Evening Prayer

Friday 28th from 7.30to 10pm Music in the Garden of Stokesby House (see Latest News & Jean's Blog)

Sunday 30th from 2 to 4pm Garden Party at Clippesby Hall

Giving

2nd July (3rd after Trinity)

* Last edit - June 28th

Jesus as guide 2

9th July (4th after Trinity)

Listening 1

16th July (5th after Trinity)