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The Oxhill News

March 2014

This months News



Deanery News

As ever, we welcome everyone to join us at one of our Deanery Lent Services held at Churches across the Deanery.  This year we shall be studying the Beatitudes, using the book Life Attitudes by Robert Warren and Sue Mayfield, copies of which are available for those who wish to continue the theme of the services into their various small groups. All services are on Tuesdays at 7.30pm:

March 11th,Tysoe
Living well – Introducing the Beatitudes, Matthew 5:3-10. Revd. Canon Dr Richard Cooke, Principal, Diocesan Training Partnership

March 18th, Shipston
Living Openly, Matthew 5:3,4  Revd. Canon Katrina Scott, Vicar of Willenhall, Dean of Women’s  Ministry

March  25th, Ettington
Living Purposefully, Matthew 5:5-6  Revd. Stuart Allen, Rector SW7 Benefice

April 1st,  Brailes
Living Lovingly, Matthew 5:7,8 Revd. Canon Martin Saxby, Healthy Churches Development Mentor

April 8th,  Pillerton
Living Differently, Matthew 5:7-9 Revd. Daniel Pulham, Minister of Stour Valley Baptist Church

April 15th Long Compton:
Eucharist of Holy Week, Ven. John Green, Archdeacon Pastor.

Our Ascension Day Service this year will be at Darlingscott, at 7.30pm on Thursday, May 29th: our preacher will be Revd. Andrew Coleby, Rector of Shipston.

An advance notice that Instant Choirs is back, on Saturday, May 17th, from 2.00 pm until 5.15pm (registration from 1.30 onwards) in St. Gregory’s Church, Tredington.  We are delighted that Julian Harris has completed and is teaching us the whole of the Shipston Mass (we used parts for the Archbishop), so the day will end with a short Eucharist using the Shipston Mass setting at 5.30pm, finishing at 6.15pm. 

Finally, new Deanery Synod Representatives will need to be elected at the year’s Annual Parochial Church Meetings. My thanks to everyone who has served so faithfully for the last three years.

Blessings,  Jill

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