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Wood available for next winter’s logs

STOCK UP WITH FREE WOOD FOR NEXT WINTER'S LOGS Regrettably the large yew tree in the churchyard adjacent to the Old School has died and has had to be felled to-day. Whilst it is always sad to lose an old and significant tree, the result is that it has brightened up that end of the churchyard along with the view through to the more recent graves. The wood has been reduced to manageable sizes and stacked adjacent to the south-east gateway to the churchyard. It is available over the next fortnight for any villager to remove some to their on storage free of charge to use next winter when it it will be well dried out ready for burning at

Carol Service

ST MARY MAGDALENE CHURCH WARDINGTON CAROL SERVICE SUNDAY, 10th DECEMBER 6.00pm  LED BY: REVD CANON SARAH FENBY WINE & MINCE PIES AFTER THE SERVICE

New vicar appointed

Hello! I’m delighted to introduce myself prior to my licensing on Wednesday 6th September as the next Vicar of The Shires Edge Benefice . I’m Sarah, and in my 23rd year of ordained ministry, mother of two fabulous young people, (a bookworm and a rower) and wife to Nick, a plant scientist and wonderfully supportive husband. As a family we enjoy listening to music, watching films, and eating together. I grew up in Kent (one of 5 siblings), and have rural village life in my DNA. Summers were spent picking fruit and cycling country lanes aboard my trusted Raleigh Racer. I had come to faith in France as a teenager visiting family friends one Easter and grew up in faith

CORRECTION: Jubilee bell ringing, Thursday 2nd June, 10:30 to 11:15

A band made up of bell-ringers from Cropredy, Hanwell, Horley and Wardington will ring the Wardington bells from 10:30 to 11.15 am to celebrate Her Majesty’s jubilee on Thursday 2nd June. They will proceed to ring at Cropredy, Hanwell and Horley during the day. For our Monarch and her people, United yet and free, Let the bells from ev’ry steeple Ring out loud the jubilee. Hers the grace the church has prayed for, Ours the joy that she is here. Let the bells do what they’re made for Ring our thanks both loud and clear. Taken from'Jubilee Hymn' by John Betjeman, 1978

Tuesday, 23rd March National Day of Reflection

Marie Curie in conjunction with St MARY MAGDALENE CHURCH, WARDINGTON Tuesday, 23rd March National Day of Reflection   Reflect • Support • Hope Take a minute’s silence at 12 noon on 23rd March to show your support for the millions of people who are bereaved and take a moment to connect with someone At 12.05pm a Church bell will be tolled for ten minutes At 8.00pm ‘share the light’ moment with candles and lanterns in windows The Church will be open for private prayer from 11.30am to 4.00pm God of Love, As we think about all that has changed this year, help us to trust that you are always with us. As we remember those who have died, help us

Church Services to re-commence

ST MARY MAGDALENE CHURCH WARDINGTON SUNDAY CHURCH SERVICES IN SHIRES' EDGE BENEFICE WILL RE-COMMENCE FROM THIS WEEK-END ++++++++ 26th JULY   MORNING PRAYER   10.00am at  MOLLINGTON ++++++++ 2nd AUGUST   HOLY COMMUNION (BCP)   8.30am at WARDINGTON ++++++++ 16th AUGUST    FAMILY COMMUNION    10.00am at WARDINGTON ++++++++ FOR OTHER SUNDAYS IN AUGUST PLEASE SEE CHURCH NOTICEBOARDS ++++++++ FACE COVERINGS ENCOURAGED PLEASE OBSERVE OTHER COVID-19 PRECAUTIONS INFORMATION POSTED ON THE CHURCH DOOR

Church Re-Opening for Private Prayer

ST MARY MAGDALENE CHURCH WARDINGTON FROM FRIDAY, 19th JUNE WELCOME  THE CHURCH IS OPEN AGAIN FOR INDIVIDUAL VISITING & PRIVATE PRAYER  FRIDAYS & SATURDAYS 10.00am – 4.00pm SUNDAYS 12.00noon – 4.00pm  PLEASE OBSERVE COVID-19 RELATED INFORMATION POSTED ON THE CHURCH DOOR