Flitton Calendar

Flitton Calendar This page provides information about the dates and timings for the activities which include Sunday services, special services and other activities presented in the “teamup” calendar. If you would like to open fully this  calendar in a new window please click  the Flitton Calendar button below. Flitton Calendar

Flitton Past Events

Flitton Past Events Friday 31 March 2023  – 7:30 pm Artists, Architects, Sculptors This wide ranging illustrated talk by Margaret Butt features the work of all sorts of local people. 7:30pm in Flitton Church Hall – Tickets £10 For more information, contact Margaret on mkatebutt@yahoo.co.uk Raising funds for Flitton Church Saturday 25 March 2023  – … Read more

Flitton Home Page

Welcome to St John the Baptist, Flitton Our lovely church serves the villages of Flitton, Greenfield and Wardhedges. We have a small congregation, but we still have a service most weeks. We cater for all tastes, from the traditional through to the informal. Whether you are familiar with the Church of England or new to … Read more

Miscellaneous Information – Flitton

Miscellaneous information Risk Assessment for services – Covid-19 CHURCH HALL. The Church Hall is on the corner of Brook Lane and High Street Flitton, just opposite the church. To hire the Hall please contact the Bookings Secretary, Jill Chandler, on 01525 860715 You can read the latest Flit’n More (our parish magazine) by clicking here. Recorded … Read more

Safeguarding – Flitton

Safeguarding Information – Flitton Our Church fully supports and endorses the Church of England’s safeguarding policy for children, young people and adults. Click on the poster for a downloadable copy The Parish Safeguarding Handbook can be accessed via this link If you are looking for Safeguarding Information for either Silsoe or Pulloxhill, please click on … Read more

History of Flitton Church

History of Flitton Church There has been a church in Flitton since Saxon times. The present church was built between 1450 and 1490 from the local sandstone. There was a quarry on Flitton Hill which probably was the source of the stone. The church was paid for by Edmund Lord Grey of Ruthin who was … Read more

Supporting Flitton Church

Supporting Flitton Church We welcome all offers of help and support, and donations are essential to keep the Church open and active in our villages.  There is a range of groups who help with running and maintaining the church, some are regular churchgoers, and some just love the building or the history or want to … Read more

About Our Services – Flitton

Services at Flitton SERVICES AT FLITTON 1st Sunday 10:30am: Morning Worship 2nd Sunday at 10:30 am: Communion   3rd Sunday at 10:30 – 12:00: Cafe Church, with refreshments and sometimes there are children’s activities 4th Friday at 10 am: Holy Communion (BCP) (no service at Flitton on the 4th Sunday)  5th Sunday: United Benefice service  (all … Read more

Historic News – Flitton

Historic News from Flitton Candles for the Ukraine Do you have any old used or new candles stuck in your cupboards? We are collecting these to be melted down and made into new candles which will be sent to Ukraine. Please bring them along to any Flitton church service or leave in Flitton church porch … Read more