Your prayers are asked for: the housebound and lonely those receiving medical care decisions to be taken about long term care Kim and Adams whose Banns were read today continuing recovery for Frances and Libby
Bishop Steven would like to share his presidential address to Diocesan Synod so that all can engage: https://blogs.oxford.anglican.org/address-to-diocesan-synod-becoming-more-christ-like/
Many thanks to all who contributed to our collection for Christian Aid in church, as we were unable to organise a House to House Collection this year. We collected £227.30, an excellent result. If someone would like to volunteer to organise a House to House Collection in 2019 please speak to Meg Roberts
Your prayers are asked for: The housebound and lonely. Those anticipating medical investigation, or recovering from treatment. Families facing difficult decisions about care for elderly relatives
Windmill Farm, Christian Conference Centre?, Clanfield ? is looking for minibus drivers who might be willing to help on an occasional basis picking up guests from the station and bringing them to Windmill Farm, and/or returning them at the end of their stay. For details, please see notice at the back of church.
Your prayers are asked for: The housebound and lonely. Those anticipating medical investigation. Anne Morris and her family following the the death of Colin Sienna Amos, whose Baptism takes place today For Emily and John following their wedding on Saturday.
If you are interested in following any of the talks and Bible studies on Colossians by Bishop Steven, given at the Clergy Conference, than please follow this link to access any of the talks given over four days: https://www.oxford.anglican.org/mission-ministry/serving-god-together/cmd/2018-clergy-conference/
Your prayers are asked for: The housebound and lonely. Emily and John whose Banns are this weekend Those anticipating medical investigation. Our newly elected churchwardens and for the Parochial Church Council. Anne Morris and her family following the sad news of the death of Colin overnight on Thursday.
After more than 40 years’ service to St.Bartholomew’s church and it’s parishioners, Edmund elected not to stand as Church Warden this year. In honour of his long and valued service, he is now Warden Emeritus. A card and gift was presented to Edmund at the Annual Meeting on April 22nd 2018 with cheers ringing out! […]
I want to thank everyone for sponsoring me in the Blenheim Run. I have sent off £255 to the orphanage which is amazing and makes the whole day so worthwhile. Next is a 10km in September……!!!!