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Rector’s Letter

by St Bartholomew's

Rector’s Letter, for Sunday 10 May, 2020.Dear Friends,We are getting hints through the news that there may be some easing of the social restrictions, to be announced over this weekend! Certainly we will all be looking forward… whether with relief or trepidation, to clarity about what we will be able to do and how soon […]

Prayer Bulletin

by St Bartholomew's

Regrettably the Church can no longer be left open for private prayer but please pray at home for: – Gemma and Rob De Banks giving thanks for the birth of Rosie Hope, 2 years after the stillbirth of Jack. Adrian and Annie Walsh Steve, Gill Long’s brother-in law, Brenda Cook June Kirk Family and friends […]

Are you missing Ducklington?

by St Bartholomew's

Martin has submitted this short video. He says “having been house-bound since the end of January and then under lockdown, I have just started walking again. Spring has come and I thought you might like to share the wonders of the village that you might be missing too”. Well sit back and relax and see […]

Christian Aid Week

by St Bartholomew's

Christian Aid Week starts on the 10th May – the usual house to house collections won’t be taking place but you can still donate – take a look at our donations envelope here

School Meal Support

by St Bartholomew's

Thank you to everyone who responded so generously with all different groceries to go to those 13 families who depend on free school meals. We were able to make up two full bags for each of them, together with bread donated by the Community Fridge

Prayer Bulletin

by St Bartholomew's

Regrettably the Church can no longer be left open for private prayer but please pray at home for: – Gemma and Rob De Banks giving thanks for the birth of Rosie Hope, 2 years after the stillbirth of Jack. Adrian and Annie Walsh Steve, Gill Long’s brother-in law, Brenda Cook June Kirk Family and friends […]

A message from Roger …

by St Bartholomew's

Dear Fellow Members of St Bartholomew’s Well, what a difference a couple of days can make. Last Sunday basking in temperatures of 24 degrees; by Tuesday it poured down all day and hardly got above 12 degrees. Rather like the Corona Virus outbreak. One day it’s business as usual, two days later we are in […]

Witney Baby Bank – can you help?

by St Bartholomew's

Witney Baby Bank has been set up in response to a need in our community, supporting families by providing them with essential baby items and women with menstrual products, free of charge. The COVID-19 pandemic has only put additional pressure on families, many of whom were already at breaking point. Witney Baby Bank is run […]

A letter from your Rector

by St Bartholomew's

Rector: Rev’d Paul N Boddam-Whetham M.A. Administrator: Miss Sue Fenn Friday 24 April 2020 Dear Friends, Each of us will be working out how to use this gift of time and space which we have been given during this period of “lockdown” when for the health of family and friends, as well as our own, […]

Prayer Bulletin

by St Bartholomew's

Regrettably the Church can no longer be left open for private prayer but please continue to pray for: – Adrian and Annie Walsh Steve, Gill Long’s brother-in law, Brenda Cook June Kirk Family and friends of Gordon Etheridge, whose funeral was on 22nd April Family and friends of Norman Godfrey, whose funeral was on 24th […]