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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: Annie and Adrian and those on the care team, looking after Annie’s daily needs For those at home who feel cut off in their isolation. the work of the Hospital Chaplains offering outstanding support to staff, […]

Letter from the Rector – March 2021

by St Bartholomew's

A warm greeting to everyone as we begin to see the buds and shoots of spring breaking forth on trees and bushes in gardens and hedgerows. I write this following the Prime Minister’s announcement of the path through lockdown, giving us a focus for the hope and assurance which we hold as Christians. I encourage […]

Invitation to return to congregational worship

by St Bartholomew's

Dear fellow-worshippers at St. Bartholomew’s: You may be aware that during these two months when I have led worship with a small group from the church, that we were in fact permitted to hold services for as many as could safely attend. We chose to exercise abundant caution by broadcasting to the congregation from church […]

This week’s requests from Witney FoodBank

by St Bartholomew's

The Foodbank are now short of the following: Tinned items – custard, fruit, Rice pudding, vegetables EXCEPT Sweetcorn, Potatoes, Hot-dogs, corned beef, pasta. Also: Fruit squash, Long-life milk, jam, gravy granules. It is possible to donate ‘in person’ by going to the back of the Cottsway building, through wooden gates, and placing items in the […]

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: Annie and Adrian and those on the care team, looking after Annie’s daily needs For those at home who feel cut off in their isolation. Jenny Hall and her two sons following the death of Simon […]

RIP Brenda

by St Bartholomew's

Please pray for Liz Neeve and other family and friends of Brenda Cook who died on Tuesday.   RIP Brenda

Come and See

by St Bartholomew's

These days of separation may have raised questions about your faith. Or you may have family or friends who might want to reflect on some of the deep concerns. Go to this link  How to ask deep questions of faith (anglican.org) and register to find out!

Food bags for half-term – thank you!

by St Bartholomew's

Lunch Bags: Nicci and I were so grateful for the wonderful response to our request for groceries. We were able to make up 60 bags which were distributed by the school for needy families. Thank you so much for your kindness.   Here’s a note from the school: Dear all, I just wanted to say […]

Do you need transport?

by St Bartholomew's

The Pastoral Team are willing to try to arrange transport or even pick up some shopping, for anyone who finds themselves with no other solution to an emergency.  Please phone Meg if you need help – 01993 705286.

For those who don’t want to die as a caterpillar.

by St Bartholomew's

Following on from Dave’s sermon last week – A lot of Christians are living on the simple diet they were given when they started their spiritual journey. But, for some, this is no longer nourishing. If you are asking “could there be more to my spiritual life?” If you don’t want to die as a […]