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The Girls’ Brigade, go Ice Skating

As 2018 draws to a close the 5th Northampton Girls’ Brigade Company can look back at some fantastic events that have taken place to celebrate #WeAreGB125. One such event took place on Saturday the 17th of November when many of the girls, the leaders and Bakerloo joined with companies from throughout the District  and everyone went ice Skating at Whilton Locks Garden…

Fashion Show

Here are some photos taken at the very successful Charity Fashion Show that took place at Kingsthorpe Baptist Church on 12 October 2018. All the proceeds went towards the Kingsthorpe Methodist Futures’ Fund.

Our Wall of Prayer

During our Sunday Worship at the Pastures on 4th November 2018, we were asked to pray for our building project. We wrote our prayers on paper ‘bricks’ and used them to build a wall of prayer and hope.

Girls’ Brigade trip to Alton Towers

As part of the celebrations for #WeAreGB125 the Seniors and Brigaders joined with other Seniors and Brigaders from companies around the county and visited Alton Towers Theme Park. It was good to catch up with everyone in the other companies and there were lots of great rides to go on. At the end of the day everyone watched a fantastic firework display before heading home.…

Kings’ Kids & Kings’ Teens in October

The Kings’ Kids and the Kings’ Teen got together for their October session. They looked at a story from the Gospel of Mark, they played some games and had some fun. They talked about what we need to do if want to be considered ‘great’ – we must become a servant just…

Girls’ Brigade Harvest Display

This year for the Harvest Festival at Kingsthorpe Baptist Church the 5th Northampton Girls’ Brigade Company created a display all about the Harvest of the Sea. All the girls helped to make the various bits and the final result was very impressive. Well done to all the company.

Pudding Afternoon August 18th

On Saturday August 18th, at the home of Lois and Phil, there was an opportunity to taste some delicious puddings! Guests were able to have a pudding and tea/coffee for a suggested donation of £3, and there was also a raffle. All proceeds went to the Kingsthorpe Methodist Futures’ Fund.