Important information from The Revd Hilary Campbell
St James the Great, Claydon;
St Mary the Virgin, Cropredy;
All Saints, Great Bourton;
All Saints, Mollington;
St Mary Magdalene, Wardington.
The Revd. Hilary Campbell
The Vicarage, High Street, Cropredy OX17 1NG Tel: 01295 750385
Assistant Priest: The Revd. Lynda Alcock
Authorised Assistant: Sue Upton
Covid 19 – Coronavirus:
The parish churches in the benefice are working alongside their communities to put in place ways of caring appropriately for those in particular need, including those needing to stay isolated. Today (Tuesday 17th March) the Church of England has confirmed that public worship is to stop for the time being. Our usual pattern of Sunday services and other mid-week gatherings must be put on hold. For those who would find it helpful, we will seek to provide prayer and reflection resources that can be used at home. I will use social media, A Church Near You and village websites to advertise these, and keep people informed and supported as best we can.
These are good sources of information:
Will resume at a later date.
Midweek Service will continue on Zoom
Tuesdays at 12 noon.
Call Hilary for details and for telephone access.
October Services: Services for October 2020 Services conducted only at those listed for the time being but are open to all across the Benefice. During the crisis each church has a maximum capacity and all must wear face masks. Information from the Church Wardens or Vicar.
18th October 19th Sunday after Trinity (Proper 24) or Luke the Evangelist
Gt Bourton 4.00 pm Evening Prayer HC
Mollington 10.00 am Morning Prayer SU
Wardington 10.00 am Family Communion HC
25th October Last Sunday after Trinity (Proper 25) or Bible Sunday
Claydon 8.30 am BCP Holy Communion HC
Cropredy 10.00 am Holy Communion HC
May we find the will to share the fruits of creation, that no one may go hungry or homeless.
Give us minds to understand the connectedness of all living things, hearts that yearn for your kingdom and hands ready to loose the bonds of injustice