We are committed to serving our communities and are engaged in all sorts of differing ways across the parish.
The times of services are listed to the right of the home page, and as growing churches we are always looking to welcome people to our services and to invite others into a deepening relationship with the Good News.
As William Temple put it,
To evangelize is so to present Jesus Christ in the power of the Holy Spirit, that all shall come to put their trust in God through Him, to accept Him as their Saviour, and serve Him as their King in the fellowship of His church.
Giving is just not about money. The Gospels challenges us to be generous in every aspect of our lives. Generosity is also about offering hospitality, giving our time and using our skills in the service of others. And not just in our churches, but also in homes, our workplaces and communities - well beyond our families and friends. Click for more information.
Witney Parish Welcomes You
St Mary's Witney. Directions Map
Next service( Sung Eucharist Sunday 10:45 ) St John the Evangelist, Hailey. Directions Map
Next service( Sung Eucharist Sunday 09:15 ) St John the Baptist, Curbridge Directions Map
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Holy Trinity, Woodgreen. Directions Map
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Archbishop of Canterbury's statement on Mid-East Christians -
After praying with Middle East church leaders at Lambeth Palace today, the Archbishop spoke out in solidarity with Christians and other minorities being persecuted in the Middle East.
Witney-Bor Friendship Link -
We have been building a friendship link with a parish in the Church of Sweden in our link diocese of Växjö. The Rev'd Ulrika Zwaad, who joined us for the Mission Week in 2012, is Associate Priest in the parish, and we are looking forward to extending our friendship to members of her parish, and to learn about life and faith from a church with a very different history to our own.
Statement from Archbishop Justin on Gaza -
Archbishop of Canterbury calls on leaders in Israel and Gaza to immediately end the violence, and urges Anglican churches both to pray and offer support to all victims of the conflict.
Farewell to the Rev’d Richard Donoghue -
On 24 July there was the Circuit farewell to the Rev’d Richard Donoghue, the minister at High Street Methodist Church.
St Mary's Organ, up in smoke !! -
The organ of St Mary's church has given up the ghost. On sunday the 20th July, during the even service, smoke billowed out from under the keys or the Organ. The planned restoration for the organ will now need to be completed more urgently.
For the full story, click on the this link to the Oxford Mail.