Church Services Wroxton - Catholic Church of St. Thomas of Canterbury Christmas service  at 8.30 a.m. Christmas day. Sunday Mass 8.30am on 1st Sunday of the month (Confessions before Mass)
Cafe Church Cafe church is a Benefice Sunday gathering held each month at Horley to meet and share with others of a Christian faith. The theme rotates. > It's a great way to meet local families so please come along and join us.  The service starts at 10.30 and is lead by the Ministry Team- it is informal in nature, including activities aimed at all age groups, singing and refreshments.  > > Any queries please contact Rev John Reader on 01295 730344 > Hope to see you there! > The Cafe Church Team
                        All Saints Church Following the Quinquennial Inspection it was found that our 8 clerestory windows need urgent repairs to stonework, metal supports and glazing. The estimated cost to us is £32,000. To carry out these urgent repairs we are appealing for your support. Historically our church is an important feature of the village - can we risk letting it fall into disrepair? Some financial help can be obtained through grants but we still need to raise funds as a village. Sylvia Coleman, Church Warden 01295 738704 Sylvia Wade, PCC Secretary 01295 730514
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                        Church Services Wroxton - Catholic Church of St. Thomas of Canterbury Christmas service  at 8.30 a.m. Christmas day. Sunday Mass 8.30am on 1st Sunday of the month (Confessions before Mass)
Cafe Church Cafe church is a Benefice Sunday gathering held each month at Horley to meet and share with others of a Christian faith. The theme rotates. > It's a great way to meet local families so please come along and join us.  The service starts at 10.30 and is lead by the Ministry Team- it is informal in nature, including activities aimed at all age groups, singing and refreshments.  > > Any queries please contact Rev John Reader on 01295 730344 > Hope to see you there! > The Cafe Church Team
All Saints Church Following the Quinquennial Inspection it was found that our 8 clerestory windows need urgent repairs to stonework, metal supports and glazing. The estimated cost to us is £32,000. To carry out these urgent repairs we are appealing for your support.  Historically our church is an important feature of the village - can we risk letting it fall into disrepair?  Some financial help can be obtained through grants but we still need to raise funds as a village. Sylvia Coleman, Church Warden 01295 738704 Sylvia Wade, PCC Secretary 01295 730514
Wroxton Church Of England Services - Who Knows?
Wroxton Village Web Site