A relative is seeking any information about this soldier whose name is on our memorial. If you know of any possible living Pearce relatives, please ask Rev’d Paul for contact number.
Your prayers are asked for: – The housebound and lonely. – Decisions to be taken about long-term care – Adrian and Annie – The family of Rosie Howard and her husband Ian. The funeral will take place at Carterton on Monday, 28thJanuary at 12.30pm
The Roll has to be renewed every 6 years and application forms to apply for enrolment will be available in church from Sunday 27 January. These are to be returned to Tricia Hughes, the Electoral Roll Officer, no later than 10th March 2019. Please take this opportunity to be involved in the oversight of the […]
Your prayers are asked for: The housebound and lonely Decisions to be taken about long-term card Adrian and Annie Roger Williams continuing in hospital, and for Angela and family The family of Frances Barratt-Hone; following her funeral on Friday
Your prayers are asked for: The housebound and lonely Adrian and Annie Roger Williams continuing in hospital, and for Angela and family The family of Frances Barratt-Hone who died peacefully at home on her 99th birthday
Several of the bell ringers will be ringing in 2019 and you are invited to join them between 11.45 pm and 00.15am for a few drinks and nibbles around the font and a short prayer for the New Year.
The Christingle collection boxes for the Children’s Society raised £116. 21 (plus 2 Australian dollars!!) The collection at the Carol Service for “EMBRACE the Middle East” raised £253.38.
Your prayers are asked for: The housebound and lonely. Decisions to be taken about long-term care Adrian and Annie Roger Williams in hospital, thankfully now conscious, and for Angela and family
The Food bank is short of the following items: Fruit juice, cold meat products, gravy, tomato sauce, coffee, hot chocolate. Toiletries, especially shampoo, deodorants, toothpaste and toothbrushes. If everyone could manage to regularly bring one item a month we would make significant difference to those less fortunate in Witney.
From Mary Carney to my dear friends at Ducklington. I am out of hospital and hobbling around quite well on crutches. Thank you all for your prayers and kindness and practical tips. I have been blessed.