Church Services
All Saints Wroxton Rector Rev Alicia Baker – to be installed 4th May 2021 01295 738593 Church Wardens: Mrs Sylvia Coleman, The Homestead, Wroxton 01295 738704 Services
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Wroxton - Catholic Church of St. Thomas of Canterbury There is no longer a Sunday mass, other than at Easter (and Christmas on whichever day Christmas falls). Mass is now celebrated on the Second and Fourth SATURDAY of each month, at 6.00 p.m. This also means that, if there is a fifth Sunday in the month (as is true this May), there will be a three week interval between services, not two. Weekly Novena, prayers to the Virgin (aka St. Mary) on Thursdays between 11.00 a.m. an 12.00 a.m. I am guessing that this Novena won’t fill the church to the Covid maximum, so that if anyone wished to join us they would be welcome. I’m also aware that prayers to the Virgin don’t necessarily sit well with Anglican practice - but for that short hour the church will be open if someone wants to snatch a few moments in private prayer. People are requested to wear a mask, to sanitise hands on arrival, and to observe social distancing.
BCP HC - Book of Common Prayer Holy Communion
CW HC - Common Worship Holy Communion
Service Schedule October  2021 Service Dates     Hanwell   Horley   Hornton   Drayton   Wroxton   Balscott   Shenington  with   Alkerton     1 st   Sunday   October 3 rd           11am   Harvest   AB   11am   Methodist Chapel   Hale       10am   CW HC   AB     9 am   BCP  HC   AB     2 nd   Sunday   October 10 th         11am   Harvest   AB   11am   Mattins   Keith Smalldon   9.45   Harvest   AB           3 rd   Sunday   October 17 th     9am   CW  HC   Graeme  Arthur     11am   Methodist Chapel   Neal     9.45am   Village Service    LB       6pm   Harvest   LB       4 th   Sunday   October 24 th             11am   Ang/Meth    Village  Service   LB   11am   BCP HC    Glyn Evans     9.45am   Village Service   LB   9.45am   CW HC   ?       5 th   Sunday   October 31 st         11am    Methodist Chapel   Clugston     10.30am   Benefice Service   Time of reflection and  prayer for those who  have gone before us
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 Services
All Saints Wroxton Rector Rev Alicia Baker – to be installed 4th May 2021 01295 738593 Church Wardens: Mrs Sylvia Coleman, The Homestead, Wroxton 01295 738704 Services
Wroxton Village Web Site
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Wroxton - Catholic Church of St. Thomas of Canterbury There is no longer a Sunday mass, other than at Easter (and Christmas on whichever day Christmas falls). Mass is now celebrated on the Second and Fourth SATURDAY of each month, at 6.00 p.m. This also means that, if there is a fifth Sunday in the month (as is true this May), there will be a three week interval between services, not two. Weekly Novena, prayers to the Virgin (aka St. Mary) on Thursdays between 11.00 a.m. an 12.00 a.m. I am guessing that this Novena won’t fill the church to the Covid maximum, so that if anyone wished to join us they would be welcome. I’m also aware that prayers to the Virgin don’t necessarily sit well with Anglican practice - but for that short hour the church will be open if someone wants to snatch a few moments in private prayer. People are requested to wear a mask, to sanitise hands on arrival, and to observe social distancing.
BCP HC - Book of Common Prayer Holy Communion
CW HC - Common Worship Holy Communion
Service Schedule October  2021 Service Dates     Hanwell   Horley   Hornton   Drayton   Wroxton   Balscott   Shenington  with   Alkerton     1 st   Sunday   October 3 rd           11am   Harvest   AB   11am   Methodist Chapel   Hale       10am   CW HC   AB     9 am   BCP  HC   AB     2 nd   Sunday   October 10 th         11am   Harvest   AB   11am   Mattins   Keith Smalldon   9.45   Harvest   AB           3 rd   Sunday   October 17 th     9am   CW  HC   Graeme  Arthur     11am   Methodist Chapel   Neal     9.45am   Village Service    LB       6pm   Harvest   LB       4 th   Sunday   October 24 th             11am   Ang/Meth    Village  Service   LB   11am   BCP HC    Glyn Evans     9.45am   Village Service   LB   9.45am   CW HC   ?       5 th   Sunday   October 31 st         11am    Methodist Chapel   Clugston     10.30am   Benefice Service   Time of reflection and  prayer for those who  have gone before us
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.