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Parish Church of St Peter in the Wood

St Peter in the Wood holds regular services and a family service every month.

A popular church for both Weddings and Baptism.

Visit this page for information on Church Services.

Appleshaw Church Re-opening for private prayer

A notice has been put on the church door regarding reopening of the Church. It is reproduced here: (the pdf will open in a new page).

St Peter in the Wood
  St Peter in the Wood


 

 

The Parish of St Peter in the Wood in the Benefice of Appleshaw, Kimpton, Thruxton, Fyfield and Shipton Bellinger in the Diocese of Winchester.

Services
January

17th Epiphany 2 09.30am Eucharist, Thruxton
(Zoom only)
17th Epiphany 2 11.00am Morning Worship, Appleshaw
24th Epiphany 3 9.30am Eucharist, Thruxton (Zoom only)
24th Epiphany 3 11.00am Morning Worship, Appleshaw
24th Epiphany 3 11.00am Prayer & Reflection, Shipton
Services may be subject to change

Topic: Thruxton Church 

Time: Jan 17 2021 09:15 am log on

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Order of Service is here:

Readings are here:

 

Face coverings in church: (from the Diocese of Winchester)

The Government has announced that, from 8 August, face coverings will be legally required in places of worship. Revised government regulations and guidance will be published shortly, and the Church of England will then update its own detailed guidance documents. However, in the meantime, FAQs regarding face coverings have been updated on the COFE websiteaccordingly:

 

From 8 August, face coverings are required by law to be worn in a greater number of public indoor settings including places of worship, museums, galleries, cinemas and public libraries.

 

There are valid exemptions for some individuals and groups not to wear a face covering in these settings. In particular, those who are leading services or events in a place of worship, and those who assist them (for instance by reading, preaching, or leading prayer) do not always need to wear a face covering, although one should be worn especially if physical distancing cannot be maintained (i.e. distributing consumables). This exemption does not apply to worshippers, who should wear face coverings consistent with the requirements for any other public space.

 

Those exemptions will also cover the bride and groom at a wedding and those officiating/leading the wedding. This exemption does not apply to those observing the wedding, who should wear face coverings consistent with the requirements for any other public space.

 

A message from Revd Ann (posted 11 October 2020)

“On this my last Sunday as a resident in our Benefice (before I move to Gloucestershire), I want to say au revoir and a big thank-you to you all. It has been my privilege to minister here for well over 20 years, and it has one of the best things in my life. Thank you all for your love and trust. I will be coming back to see as many as I can of all the people I’ve got to know here over the last 37 years. And be assured that I won’t ever forget you and these wonderful villages: you will always be in my heart and my prayers.

God bless you. 

Love, Ann

PS. Should you want to contact me, my email and mobile remain the same: ie. ann.mckenzie@waitrose.com & 07733 112975”

 

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  Notes:
Parish Communion means a Communion Service with hymns.
Family Worship means a service for the family of the Church at which children and their parents are particularly welcome.
St Peter in the Wood
  St Peter in the Wood