There are Sunday services across the four churches found below. 

The pattern of worship is very clearly Eucharistic. Within this there is wide variety from a small, informal congregation at Curbridge, to Hailey with their open attitude to exploring forms of worship, to the simplicity and dignity of Holy Trinity with their choir, to the larger concelebrated Parish Eucharist at Saint Mary’s, with a developing choir and incense a number of times in the year. The Blessed Sacrament is reserved in Saint Mary’s and Holy Trinity.

St Mary's


8am - Holy Communion
10.45am - Sung Eucharist 
5.30pm - Evening Prayer


9am - Morning Prayer
5.30pm - Evening Prayer


9am - Morning Prayer
5.30pm - Evening Prayer


9am - Morning Prayer
11am - Holy Communion
4.30pm - Silent Prayer
5.30pm - Evening Prayer


9am - Morning Prayer
5.30pm - Evening Prayer


9am - Morning Prayer


9am - Morning Prayer
9.30am - Holy Communion (1st Saturday of the month)
5.30pm - Evening Prayer

Holy Trinity


10.45 - Sung Eucharist


10.30am - Holy Communion



9.15am - Holy Communion
6pm - Evensong (1st Sunday of the month)


10am - Holy Communion



9.15am - Holy Communion


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Raise the roof

An opportunity to invest in a major Witney landmark

Severe winter frosts have destroyed the limestone slates on St Mary’s Roof. We need to replace them before winter sets in. Local Witney people have already sponsored 2,200 slates. Only 1,800 slates to go!!

Please Sponsor a Slate for £10. Your civic landmark church needs you!

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Inspiring Change

Creating a Community Space for the 21st Century

As part of our wider commitment to serve the people of Witney, we have formed a vision for renewing St Mary’s Church, our town’s landmark civic church: to enhance the ways the spiritual, community and cultural life of Witney people in the 21st century is served by St Mary’s church.

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Praying for victims of terror

'In the midst of life we are in death.'

Lord, in a place of pleasure, terror struck, in a place of life, death came. Hold us in our shock and grief, comfort the distressed, heal the injured, calm the anxious, reunite the separated, console the bereaved, and give rest and everlasting peace to those who have died, for your love never fails and through the darkness your light always shines. Amen.

Team Vicar

2016 Accounts and 2016 Review

The accounts were approved on 24 April by the PCC and signed off

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Our stewardship enables us to fulfil God's call and share in God's mission

The Church is the new creation, it is life and joy, it is the sacramental fellowship in which we share the ultimate purpose of God, made real for us now in our hearing the Word and sharing the Sacrament.
Rowan Williams

Parish of Witney 2016 Approved Accounts

2016 Review

Annual Accounts

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Holy Week 2018

The Rev'd John Record is our Holy Week preacher this year. We look forward to welcoming John back as he served his curacy here in the 70's .

Holy Week

Oxford Diocese

Seven days a week, more than 50,000 Anglican disciples are dispersed across the Diocese of Oxford and the world, serving God in a huge variety of contexts and making a difference in the world. Together as a Diocese we support an enormous range of voluntary projects serving the local community often in partnership with others: these include food banks, children’s centres, support for the homeless and refugees, community groups, parent and toddler groups and many more. Over a thousand church buildings and church schools are centres of life and hospitality in their communities. There are around a hundred stipendiary chaplains working across the Diocese in prisons, hospitals, the police, universities and schools. We have three formal overseas links with Kimberley and Kuruman (South Africa), with Växjö (Sweden) and with Nandyal (India) and many other links at parish level.

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