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​Services

  • 1st Sunday  Morning Prayer with John Erbetta
  • 2nd Sunday  Holy Communion with Ian Thacker
  • 3rd Sunday  Holy Communion with Brendan Bailey
  • 4th Sunday  Family Service with John Erbetta

All services are at 11am and all are welcome!

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Bingo

Saturday 28th September, 7.30 pm at Stoke Row Village Hall
Food Prizes, Raffle, Cake Stall, Refreshments

 

Covered Market - New venture from Nuffield Church

10am - 3pm Saturday 30th Novemeber at Stoke Row Village Hall.
Refreshments including bacon butties available all day.
We hope to have local produce, arts and crafts etc so please contact us if you fall into any of these catagories.
For further information or to book a stall please contact Sue Woodley on 07782187866 or Mary Edwards on 01491641434.

 

pm@htn

open to all, a relaxed Sunday evening opportunity for worship and prayer, using a variety of Christian resources, with a discussion on the Bible passage (in place of a sermon) and concluding with coffee and cake. 

This new venture, led by Rev Ian Thacker (chaplain at Huntercombe prison), will start on July 14th at 6pm at Holy Trinity Nuffield (htn!), with a break for August, and continuing on the 2nd and 4th Sundays from September onwards. 

Services 

The pattern of services has changed slightly as Rev Ian Thacker, the chaplain of the prison, has offered to conduct a service of Holy Communion on the 2nd Sunday of most months at 11am.

  • 1st Sunday  Morning Prayer with John Erbetta
  • 2nd Sunday  Holy Communion with Ian Thacker
  • 3rd Sunday  Holy Communion with Brendan Bailey
  • 4th Sunday  Family Service with John Erbetta

All services are at 11am and all are welcome!

As you know, the beautiful old building is very expensive to maintain and repair.  We've been asked to keep you informed about work that's needed.  Our current priorities, in terms of fundraising, are updating the electrical installation, maintenance and restoration of the windows (both plain and stained glass) and making safe a monument in the churchyard.  Electrical work is likely to cost in the region of £2,000 and the monument £2,500.  In total the windows will cost £10,000 (more if we have to add VAT!).  We have been very grateful for gifts approaching £1,000 given for the window restoration in memory of Brian Holloway.