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Holywell-cum-Needingworth Our parish and our church
There are two villages in our parish. The smaller one is called Holywell. This is by a river and has lots of old houses. The parish
The larger of the two villages is called Needingworth. It also has old buildings, but most of the houses are more modern. The parish
Our church is dedicated to St John the Baptist. It stands on a little hill and is a very old building. The church
Near the church is our holy well. Years ago people came to the well for holy water, which they believed would cure them of illnesses. The church
Every year, on St John the Baptist’s Day, we make a picture from flower petals next to the holy well and the priest blesses the well. The church
Many people visit the church, to worship and also to see the inside, which is very beautiful. Parts of it are 700 years old! The church
On Sundays our priest, Reverend Liz, leads us in our worship. Our organist, David, plays music and the church choir sing hymns. The church
Sometimes we have games and races for children in the churchyard. The church
The members of the church also worship outside the church. Once a year we have a special service in the open air to honour people from our parish who died in wars. The church
In the autumn at harvest time we thank God for our food and then eat a meal together in the village school. The church
Sometimes when the weather is good we go to the side of the river to play music and worship God in the open air. The church
At Christmas many people come to the church to celebrate the birth of Jesus. The weather is very cold at that time and sometimes we have snow! The church
Holywell-cum-Needingworth We hope you have enjoyed seeing our parish and our church!
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