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Give to the Bishop of Salisbury's appeal to support the Sudan in their battle against corona virus by clicking here

Churches Reopening for Private Prayer

Plans are being made to open our churches SAFELY for private prayer.  The first of our churches to open is Holy Trinity on Saturdays from 12 noon to 4pm.

There is a service each week at St Mary's for holy communion at 9.30am.  You will need to book to attend this service.

Prayer Resources for the time of Corona Virus Crisis

Prayer for use during Corona virus crisis                                                                           

 Keep us, good Lord,
under the shadow of your mercy.
Sustain and support the anxious,
be with those who care for the sick,
and lift up all who are brought low;
that we may find comfort
knowing that nothing can separate us from your love
in Christ Jesus our Lord.
Amen.

                                                                                      

Faculty Application for Tower, Clock and Bells Project.
The public notice of application for a faculty can be seen by clicking HERE.

You can find out more by going to this link https://calnestmarybells.btck.co.uk/BellTowerProject/FacultyPetition

                            

                                                          

Parish Share

 

The amount we were requested to pay to the Diocese in 2019 was £74,446.  Our total giving was £56,442.  The difference of £18,004 needs to be found from activities, gift aid and reserves.

 

Holy Trinity Churchyard
Holy Trinity Churchyard is nearly full and because of this the PCC has asked for permission to close it to new burials, with some exception.  Click here for more information.

Minutes of APCM April 2019

Click here to read the minutes of the Annual Parochial Church Council.  The APCM for April 2020 will be arranged for a future date, due to the Corona virus.

St Edmund of Abingdon

Wikipedia will give you a full account of St. Edmund and his place in history! Click here

 

Below is a picture of 'Perry', the peregrine falcon which uses St Mary's tower as a perch to look out for lunch!  (photo Mark Briscoe)


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