Readings

In production of the readings copyright material is included from, The Christian Year: Calendar, Lectionary and Collects; copyright © The Archbishops’ Council of the Church of England.

For further information on Common Worship please see the section of The Church of England website dedicated to Common Worship.

HOLIDAY CLUB 2017

Mission Rescue is based on how God rescued his people from slavery in Egypt. As Agents, the children will explore the Bible stories and have a chance to engage in missions, crack codes, invent secret languages, make disguises and deliver messages. Don’t miss the fun! Contact the Benefice Office for more information or to join the team as a volunteer
The Chapel, Heyford Park
Mon 7th - Fri 11th and Sunday 13th August

The Forum

The Bronte Sisters By Grace Williams
The Reading Room, Upper Heyford OX25 5LG
Tuesday 8th August 7:30-9:30 pm

CONFIRMATION

St Olave’s Fritwell 29th October 2017
Please contact Rev’d Stephen Griffiths or Rev’d Geoff Price if you would like to be confirmed  

Readings for our Services

The readings are those for our services for week beginning Monday 24th July, taken from the lectionary

Every Day
In the morning: the day and its tasks; the world and its needs; the Church and her life. In the evening: peace; individuals and their needs
 
Monday: Ps 123, Ezek 10:1-19, 2 Cor 6:1-7:1
Our homes, families, friends and all whom we love. Those whose time is spent caring for others. Those who are close to death. Those who have lost hope. The worship of the Church.
Our Bishop Colin, Area Dean Chris and The Parish of Upper Heyford.
 
Tuesday: Ps 7, 2 Kings 1:9-15, Luke 9:46-56
All who are sick in body, mind or spirit. Those in the midst of famine or disaster. Victims of abuse and violence, intolerance and prejudice. Those who are bereaved. All who work in the medical and healing professions.
The ministry team in the Bicester benefice and The Parish of Lower Heyford.
 
Wednesday: Ps 119:153-end, Ezek 12:1-16, 2 Cor 8:1-15
The social services. All who work in the criminal justice system. Victims and perpetrators of crime. The work of aid agencies throughout the world. Those living in poverty or under oppression.
The ministry team in the Cherwell Valley benefice and The Parish of Souldern.
 
Thursday: Ps 143, Ezek 12:17-end, 2 Cor 8:16-9:5
Local government, community leaders. All who provide local services. Those who work with young or elderly people. Schools, colleges and universities. Emergency and rescue organisations.
The ministry team in the Ray Valley benefice and The Parish of Somerton.
 
Friday: Ps 142, Ezek 13:1-16, 2 Cor 9:6-end
The Queen, members of parliament and the armed forces. Peace and justice in the world. Those who work for reconciliation. All whose lives are devastated by war and civil strife. Prisoners, refugees and homeless people.
The ministry team in the Shelswell benefice and The Parish of Ardley with Fewcott, the Staff & Patients at Mantsonyane Hospital & The Residents & Staff at Fewcott House.
 
Saturday: Ps 147, Ezek 14:1-11, 2 Cor 10
The media and the arts. Farming and fishing. Commerce and industry. Those whose work is unfulfilling, stressful or fraught with danger. All who are unemployed.
The ministry team in the Akeman benefice and The Parish of Fritwell.

In production of the readings for Morning Prayer copyright material is included from, The Christian Year: Calendar, Lectionary and Collects; copyright © The Archbishops’ Council of the Church of England.

For further information on Common Worship please see the section of The Church of England website dedicated to Common Worship.