Current & Forthcoming Events in Silsoe

Rwandan Flag

Wednesday 17th July, 7.30 – 9pm in Silsoe Church

This year is the 30th Anniversary of the Rwandan genocide.  Antoinette Mutabazi, the Deputy Lead Chaplain at the University of Bedfordshire, will come to Silsoe Church  to share her story of her story of being a 12 year old girl who survived the Rwandan genocide in 1994 and now actively works for peace. This is an opportunity to invite people to hear a moving powerful story and have a sense of the power of forgiveness.

Everyone is welcome.

Silsoe Churchyard

Service dates:
13 June

Midweek Morning Worship – once a month on a Thursday.

We have a monthly midweek Morning Worship service in Silsoe Church.

Starting at 11am with coffee, this is followed by a short service of Morning Worship at 11:30am, after which there is a snack lunch. Lead by Reader Gillian Kern and Lay Leader of Worship Maggie Jeeves, everyone is welcome to share in good conversation, worship and refreshments.

Modern Music

 9 June 2024 6:00pm Contemporary Worship

Join us in Silsoe Church for an opportunity to sing some new songs with the worship band and enjoy a relaxed time of exploring faith.

‘Reflect and Connect’ – on the theme of being loved by God. Refreshments on arrival, and available throughout. Come and enjoy some new songs, great conversations, learning and prayer.

The group are really keen for others to join them, particularly any guitarists but any instruments or singers are welcome. You don’t need to be a professional musician, just someone of a reasonable standard with enthusiasm for making uplifting and upbeat music.  If you are interested please contact either Rev Simon or Rev Louise (  01525 643478)

D-Day landings

Thursday 6 June – D-Day 80th Anniversary Commemorations

8am – After a Town Crier Declaration, there will be short prayers at Silsoe Church.

9pm – Prayers at the lighting of the Beacon on Millenium Green