Attending services in person:
The wearing of face masks is down to individual choice. Face masks continue to be worn by the President and Chalice Assistants during the distribution of Holy Communion.
Refreshments are served after our 10am service in the North Aisle.
Joining us online:
The 10am service is streamed live every week here: Our YouTube channel or go into YouTube and search for ‘Wroughton and Wichelstowe Parish Church’.
For people who don’t use computers:
Each week we hand deliver a copy of the service sheet to people who don’t use computers, so that they can pray privately. If you know someone who would like to be included in this, please let us know.
Our Sunday services
We are confident that you will be able to find a style of worship that suits you, and we look forward to welcoming you to one of our services. Please contact us if you would like further information.
Our Parish Communion at 10.00am each Sunday is taken from the Church of England’s Common Worship. The service is celebrated by one of the clergy, but many other members of the congregation participate in various ways.
Children are welcome at all of our services and children’s activities are available in the baptistry area where helpers are always on hand.
After the service we gather for coffee and refreshments. The service is attended by about 70 people.
|Sunday||10.00am||Common Worship Parish Communion
1st Sunday of the month we offer the ministry of healing (laying on of hands and anointing with oil) : 1 hour.
‘Church at 4’ meets at the Parish Church Hall at 4pm each Sunday and takes an informal, contemporary approach, which we hope will be welcoming to anyone and everyone. The service provides opportunities for sung worship, interactive teaching and prayer. Arrive at 3:50 and grab a cuppa and a slice of cake!
We also offer a dedicated programme for children, including a creche.
|Sunday||4.00pm||‘Church at 4’ in the Parish Church Hall– an informal, contemporary service for everyone- providing opportunities for sung worship, interactive teaching and prayer, with a dedicated programme for children : 1 hour.|
The Book of Common Prayer is used at our 8.00am Sunday Holy Communion service; attended by around 20 people.
|Sunday||8.00am||Book of Common Prayer Holy Communion, 1st Sunday of the month we offer the ministry of healing (laying on of hands and anointing with oil) : 45 minutes.|
On the first Sunday evening of the month at 6.00pm we have choral Evensong from the Book of Common Prayer with hymns, the psalm and canticles.
|Sunday||6.00pm||Book of Common Prayer Evensong : 1 hour.
(1st Sunday of the month)