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Meeting Johan…..called to serve

by St Bartholomew's

The verse of the week this week is “For the Son of Man came not to be served but to serve, and to give his life a ransom for many”.  Dave took the opportunity, before his sermon, of having a discussion with Johan regarding his call to service.  You can listen here

Health and Safety – can you help? Can you serve?

by St Bartholomew's

Someone is needed to take on the mantle of Health and Safety Officer for St Bartholomew’s.  Could it be you?  Can you take this opportunity to serve? We have our H&S Policy in place, together with Risk Assessments etc, but the H & S Officer would need to ensure these are kept up to date, […]

Prayer Bulletin

by St Bartholomew's

The Church will continue to be open for private prayer between 11am and 3pm. Please continue to pray for:  Alfie, who is now cancer free but continues to be monitored for other conditions. His family thank everyone for their prayers. Laura Hopkins and Matthew Gannon getting married on Saturday, 23rd

Prayer Bulletin

by St Bartholomew's

The Church will continue to be open for private prayer between 11am and 3pm. Please continue to pray for:   Alfie and his continual improvement. Ann Morris and her continuing recovery.

Safeguarding Sunday

by St Bartholomew's

Today is Safeguarding Sunday We watched this short video during the service.  This was followed by Sarah Varnom, our Safeguarding Officer explaining her role and the part we must all play. (Scroll down to hear Sarah’s talk)  

Timeline of the vacancy

by St Bartholomew's

Timetable of Vacancy to date  24.5.21 Bishop accepted the resignation of Rev Paul Boddam-Whetham 30.6.21 Archdeacon Meeting with Churchwardens. Also present: Area Dean, Lay Chair, Parish Development Advisor, Discipleship Enabler Children and Young People 5.8.21 Rev Paul Boddam-Whetham left 20.9.21 Vacancy officially started. Formal ‘Notice of Vacancy’ letter received by the PCC Secretary from Darren […]

Harvest offerings update

by St Bartholomew's

Roger writes – of the produce from the Harvest Festival, the perishable went to the Witney Larder, and the non-perishable to the Witney Food Bank. Both donations were gratefully received and I must say I was rather humbled when after wheeling my “borrowed” Waitrose trolly away from the Larder I was warmly thanked by a […]