Annual Parochial​ Church Meetings 2022

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Every parish is legally required to hold an Annual Parish Meeting to elect Churchwardens and an Annual Parochial Church Meeting to conduct other parish business, including to elect members to the Parish Church Council; to review the finances and the workings of the parish over the previous calendar year. The meeting can also raise issues for the PCC to consider during the coming year.

Our APCMs this year will be held at 11.15 am following the 10 am Communion services on the following dates:

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Revision of Church Electoral Roll

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In accordance with the Church Representation Rules we are revising our Church Electoral Rolls in preparation for our forthcoming Annual Parochial Church Meetings.  The Church Electoral Roll is your parish church’s register of electors and is the list of those qualified to attend and to vote at the Annual Parochial Church Meeting in the elections for the Parochial Church Council.   Continue reading Revision of Church Electoral Roll

Helping the people of Ukraine

THANK YOU!

Thanks to all those who supported our weekend art exhibition and sale of cakes and preserves. We raised a massive total of 

£3,862.13

for the Ukrainian Humanitarian Appeal from

Art sales – £2,397.13  Cakes etc & refreshments – £965
Donations – £500

Special thanks to Jacky Radbone for donating her beautiful art and to Susan Myatt and those who helped on the day! 

An Hour of Quiet Prayer for Ukraine

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You are invited to join us at
St Nicholas’ Church, Chadlington
tomorrow, Sunday 27 February, at 6 pm

for an hour’s silent vigil
for the people of Ukraine, for peace and for justice.

During the service, we will listen to the ‘Liturgy of Peace’ by Archbishop Ionafan, sung by the Kyiv Chamber Choir.  You are welcome to come when you can, and stay for as little or as long as you like during the vigil – to pray, light a candle or just be with others in this dark time.

If you are unable to join us, you might like to light a candle in your own home and listen to the words of the Jesus Prayer ‘Lord Jesus Christ, Son of God, have mercy on us’, sung in Ukrainian here.

Lord in your mercy, hear our prayer.

The Passion

The Passion will be performed in the Benefice on Good Friday [14th April] at 1.30 pm in St. Kenelm’s Church, Enstone.  This will replace our normal Good Friday service.  Performed by a small talented cast, this original and inspiring production is not to be missed! 

Tickets for this performance are now on general release and it is being widely advertised.  To book your ticket please click here.

Serving the villages of Chadlington, Ascott-under-Wychwood, Spelsbury and Enstone