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Church coffee mornings to be held in Wroxton Village Hall 10.30 - 11.30 on Tuesday 19th October, Tuesday 16th November and Tuesday, 21st December.
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Services in All Saints Church Wroxton During October we have three Sunday services in Wroxton. This Sunday 10th is the Harvest Festival at 9.45am. There will be the opportunity to bring some dried or tinned food which we will pass on to the Banbury Foodbanks. On October 17th, also at 9.45am Lindy will be leading a Village Service which is a service without Communion and is always very thoughtful. On October 31st we are celebrating All Saints Day (Nov 1st) We will be hosting the service for the whole Benefice at 10.30am. As I wrote in the magazine this month, All Saints services are poignant occasions. They can be celebratory as we remember that the people who have passed away are now in a better place. But of course they are also sad times because we have lost people close to us. This year we remember especially those we have lost to covid 19. This service in Wroxton will be reflective. There may be a hymn or two, a couple of readings, and the opportunity to light a candle. You may only want to stay for a little while or for the whole time – about 45 minutes. Its up to you.
Hornton School, The school will switch over to remote learning for most pupils from Monday because of the high number of Covid cases. Staff hope "normal service" can resume on Monday, November 1.
© Richard Woollacott unless otherwise credited
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Editor Richard Woollacott. Email- editorwroxton@gmail.com
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Services in All Saints Church Wroxton During October we have three Sunday services in Wroxton. This Sunday 10th is the Harvest Festival at 9.45am. There will be the opportunity to bring some dried or tinned food which we will pass on to the Banbury Foodbanks. On October 17th, also at 9.45am Lindy will be leading a Village Service which is a service without Communion and is always very thoughtful. On October 31st we are celebrating All Saints Day (Nov 1st) We will be hosting the service for the whole Benefice at 10.30am. As I wrote in the magazine this month, All Saints services are poignant occasions. They can be celebratory as we remember that the people who have passed away are now in a better place. But of course they are also sad times because we have lost people close to us. This year we remember especially those we have lost to covid 19. This service in Wroxton will be reflective. There may be a hymn or two, a couple of readings, and the opportunity to light a candle. You may only want to stay for a little while or for the whole time – about 45 minutes. Its up to you.
Church coffee mornings to be held in Wroxton Village Hall 10.30 - 11.30 on Tuesday 19th October, Tuesday 16th November and Tuesday, 21st December.
Hornton School, The school will switch over to remote learning for most pupils from Monday because of the high number of Covid cases. Staff hope "normal service" can resume on Monday, November 1.