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  • What's on

    Wednesday 3rd June

    09:00 Morning Prayer

    20:00 The Eucharist

    Thursday 4th June

    09:00 Morning Prayer

    Saturday 6th June

    09:30 Baptism & Marriage Enquiries

    Sunday 7th June

    08:00 Holy Communion

    09:45 Let's Celebrate - Family Service with Breakfast

    Tuesday 9th June

    09:00 Morning Prayer

    Wednesday 10th June

    09:00 Morning Prayer

    20:00 The Eucharist

    Thursday 11th June

    09:00 Morning Prayer

    Sunday 14th June

    08:00 Holy Communion

    10:00 Parish Eucharist

    15:30 Wholeness and Healing Service

    Tuesday 16th June

    09:00 Morning Prayer

    Wednesday 17th June

    09:00 Morning Prayer

    20:00 The Eucharist

    Thursday 18th June

    09:00 Morning Prayer

    12:00 Soup lunch in aid of SWIFT

    Saturday 20th June

    09:30 Baptism & Marriage Enquiries

    Sunday 21st June

    08:00 Holy Communion

    10:00 Parish Eucharist

    11:30 3rd Sunday Special

    Tuesday 23rd June

    09:00 Morning Prayer

    Wednesday 24th June

    09:00 Morning Prayer

    20:00 The Eucharist

    Thursday 25th June

    09:00 Morning Prayer

    10:30 The Eucharist

    Sunday 28th June

    08:00 Holy Communion

    10:00 Parish Eucharist

    Tuesday 30th June

    09:00 Morning Prayer

    Wednesday 1st July

    09:00 Morning Prayer

    20:00 The Eucharist

    Thursday 2nd July

    09:00 Morning Prayer

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  • The Church continues to be alive and active, but our building must close.

    We are sorry you are not greeted with our usual front page.  The words are below but we are sorry the church is closed for during the COVID-19 lock down.

    We look forward to having the church building open for worship and all the other activities which it hosts.  In the meantime here are some of the things we need to know, which includes guidance from the Church of England, ideas for worship at home, baptisms, marriages, and funerals, a note about the Horizons magazine, our magazine for the parish

    Coronavirus guidance from the Church of England

    In light of the Government guidance, the Church of England has said that all churches are to close to help prevent the spread of coronavirus. Read the statement in full here. You can find a live stream service or event to watch from home here.

    The Horizons Magazine

     

    Horizons is the magazine normally published monthly by St Mary’s for the whole community of the parish of Weston Turville.  It is not a traditional church magazine in that it combines local articles, news, notices of events, adverts and items to appeal to everyone, whether they are connected to St Mary’s or not.  The aim is to inform, support, and entertain all our readers.

     

    During the COVID-19 situation, Horizons is not being printed or distributed to protect the health of our distributors. We will therefore bring you a selection of articles each month that would normally appear in the print version.  We hope you enjoy them.

     

    Please click the ‘What’s on’ tab and scroll the menu to Horizons Magazine and click.

    Please keep worshipping God and praying.

    You might find the free app from the Church of England useful:

    A Time to Pray

    This app. gives a prayer for some time during a day and then Compline, a short service for the late evening (i.e. before you go to bed).

     

    Pastoral Care

    Looking after one another has always been important, but at the moment it is needed more than ever and we are all doing the best we can.

    Your clergy are here to help you as much as we can too.

    If you need a chat, ask for a prayer for yourself or someone else, are feeling anxious, or wish to share something special that has happened in your life, please feel free to contact us by phone or email and we will be really pleased to hear from you.

    Fr.  David

    01296 613212

    d.wales512@btinternet .com

    Rev Susan Fellows

    01296 424982

    susan.sefellows@btinternet.com

    Baptisms/Christenings

    Except in emergency, baptisms/ christenings are not taking place at present.  Any enquiries please contact one of the clergy.

    Marriages

    Marriages are not possible at this time.  If you would like to enquire about getting married here in the future, please contact one of the clergy.

    If you have arranged to marry here or have your banns of marriage read here please contact Fr. David.

    Funerals

    Due to the present public health regulations, the only available options for Church of England funerals are the following: 

    • a short service at the crematorium, with or without a very small congregation, which may only include spouse/partner, parents, and children of the deceased; 
    • a short service at the graveside, under the same conditions.

    Once the church buildings are open for services we would be pleased to arrange a Service in memory of the person who dies and was buried in our churchyard or cremated during the COVID-19 crisis.

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    A very warm welcome to our beautiful medieval church, which lies tucked away down a quiet lane on the south side of the village. For centuries men and women have worshipped and celebrated here and we continue to build on that rich heritage. 

    At St Mary’s we offer a blend of traditional and contemporary worship, children’s activities, concerts and community events. Whether you’re a regular churchgoer or a first-time enquirer we welcome you to join us for friendship, fellowship and the joyful celebration of the love of God.

      At St Mary’s we offer a blend of traditional and contemporary worship, children’s activities, concerts and community events. Whether you’re a regular churchgoer or a first-time enquirer we welcome you to join us for friendship, fellowship and the joyful celebration of the love of God.

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