Dear friends at St. Bartholomew’s, It was going to happen sometime… the main question was when! My time as rector was always to run between 5 to 6 years so Nicci and I began to explore possible areas for our new home over recent months as I approached my eighth decade. It is interesting that […]
We are starting a chaplaincy service within Witney to ensure that the churches are available to walk alongside the community in which we live and serve. The initial focus of the chaplaincy service will be to those who visit the town centre for work, shopping and to connect with other people. Though this service will […]
Please would you consider becoming a governor for our local primary school? Governance and working as part of a governing body team is rewarding, interesting and makes a huge difference to the school, its pupils and the community. Our school will have two foundation governor vacancies from September 2021. All governors on a church school […]
The May Prayer Diary is now available for download here together with past issues.
We pray for Nicole and James whose Banns are being read on Sunday.
Please pray For the family and friends of Frank Levermore who died on Wednesday RIP Frank
The latest requests by the Foodbank are the following:- UHT milk, Long Life fruit juice, Ketchup, Rice pudding , Custard, shampoo & toothpaste. Many thanks for donating.
St Andrews Bookshop has now re-opened. The shop is open Monday to Saturday 10am to 4pm
The Church will continue to be open for private prayer between 11am and 3pm. Please continue to pray for: Annie and Adrian and those on the care team, looking after Annie’s daily needs for Connie (Meg’s mother-in-law) whose health is deteriorating. Those caring for their elderly relatives with declining health. For Alfie – see latest […]
Dear Fellow Members of St Bartholomew’s Firstly, a tremendous thank-you to all who helped and supported us in our very restrained Fritillary Sunday. The meadow was beautiful, probably the best display of fritillaries I have seen, and special thanks to Robin for organising the plant stall on the churchyard wall. From the meadow and the […]