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
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