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The Solemnity of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus

will be celebrated with a Festal Mass

on Friday 27 June at 7:30pm

God loved us to the point of sacricing his own Son.  On this feast we celebrate that love made visible in the heart of Jesus.


After the service strawberries and Cava will be served on the vestry hall lawn.




Midsummer Madness

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Sunday 28 June

1:30pm to 5:00pm

Leon Recreation Ground

We hope to see you there for an afternoon of fun.  Do look out for our stall;  come and say ‘Hello’.  The Fenny Poppers will also be on show.

Holy Week And Easter


Join us as the church prepares itself for the great feast of feasts.


Palm Sunday – 20th March

8.00am:  Low Mass
10:00am:  Blessing of Palms, Procession & Parish Mass

Monday 21st to Wednesday 23rd March

7:00pm:  Low Mass & address

Maundy Thursday – 24th March

7:30pm:  Solemn Mass of the Lord’s Supper with
washing of feet, Eucharistic procession
& Watch until midnight

Good Friday – 2th March

12 noon:  Children’s Stations of the Cross & party
3:00pm:  The Liturgy of the Lord’s Passion

Holy Saturday – 26th March

10:00am:  Office of Readings and Morning Prayer
8:00pm:  Easter Vigil with Blessing of the New Fire & Paschal Candle, and the First Mass of Easter

Easter Sunday – 27th March

8:00 am:  Low Mass
10:00am:  Solemn Mass with the Blessing of the Easter Garden & Easter Eggs

Easter eggs

After Mass the children are invited to join in the Easter Egg Hunt, which will take place in church



BBOTR booklet cover 24 Apr 13UILD ON THE ROCK

Faith, doubt – and Jesus


BUILD ON THE ROCK (Matthew 7.24) starts by looking at faith and doubt. Is it wrong – or is it normal and healthy – for a Christian to have doubts? Is there any evidence for a God who loves us? We hear from many witnesses.  At the heart of a Christian answer stands Jesus himself.

We consider his ‘strange and beautiful story’ and reflect upon his teaching, his death, his resurrection and his continuing significance.

The study group meets every Wednesday evening in the vestry hall following a short compline at 7:30pm.

Please note that there will be a small charge of £3.50 to cover the cost of the booklet you will need.

Sign up for the study group on the list at back of church, or contact Father Victor.


Back by popular demand!

A concert by the world famous guitarist Gordon Giltrap in the lovely surroundings of St Martin’s Church.

Plus special guestsJump John Dexter Jones and Jump (acoustic)

Saturday 6th June

Tickets £15, including a cold buffet, which will be served prior to the start of the concert.  Soft drinks available.  There is no bar, so please bring your own wine, or beer.

Tickets are now available at church after any service.  Alternatively contact us via the church Facebook page, or phone David on 01908 644436 (evenings only.)

Doors open 7:00pm

Jump: 7:30pm

Gordon Giltrap:  8:10pm

“Follow me.” [13th Sunday in Ordinary Time: 30th June]

Christ wants us to follow him? Like, literally. Not just in the Twitter sense (click here for our Twitter page!)

What does it mean to follow?

  • Christ calls us to orientate ourselves toward him so he may lead us.
  • We should not fear for what may become in our lives.
  • If he is leading us, we can trust in Him because He is God.
  • We share with other Christians who also follow Him.


As Saint Benedict said:
“May the holy Cross be my light; let not the dragon be my guide.”
“Crux sancta sit mihi lux / Non draco sit mihi dux”
(Rhymes in Latin)


Join us this Sunday for our main act of worship at 10am.


C. S. Matthew

“Who do you say I am?” [12th Sunday Ordinary Time]

What name do we give Jesus?

Our Lord? Our Saviour? Teacher?

This Sunday’s Gospel taken from the Gospel of Luke (9:18-24) shows us Jesus Christ asking this question and pointing forward to His act of love on the cross, to ‘suffer grievously’.


Join us this Sunday for our main act of worship at 10am.




Pimm’s and Barbecue! [THIS SUNDAY!]

This Sunday, we welcome you to our fantastic BBQ as we enter the jolly month of June and celebrate Corpus Christi here in sunny MK!

All proceeds will be going to an excellent cause: raising funds for the youth pilgrimage to Walsingham this year.

So, have some wonderful BBQ meat, some delicious Pimm’s, and support us and our youth by  helping us bring the wonderous experience of Walsingham into the hearts of the youth of our parish.


This event will be after the main Parish Mass of 10am, so join us in a fellowship lunch for a good cause!