Online Service 29 November
Due to the current lockdown, services in church buildings are paused. The buildings remain open for private prayer at certain times within existing guidelines.
Households of Hope
Watch Brother Sam’s reflection here each day this week from 7am, then join in or watch a discussion on the theme at 6pm.
Join discussion on Zoom
Or watch live on Youtube
Canon Deb Larkey’s 5th Home Visit during lockdown.
At the current time, the list of what’s happening is naturally reduced, the News page is the best place for now – how we’re doing Church is constantly changing right now.
Usually at this time we have ‘Come + See’ events – relaxed, informal, these varied events are a great chance to come and ask questions about faith and life. Our prayer page is a good place to start for now, and if you have any questions, please use the Contact us page.
Take a look at the Life events pages, as well as Churches for the locations and some pictures of the buildings are below. A lot is on hold in life at the moment, but there’s no harm in planning ahead!
Services are beginning to resume, though slightly differently, keep an eye on the news items for the new ways church is happening, and there’s a list of Sunday services below.
If you’d like to request a prayer for yourself or someone else, either confidentially, or to be shared with the wider church community, please fill in the form here. Visit our contact page if you’d like one of our clergy to contact you. Visit our prayer page to learn more about prayer, and news of prayer chains or prayer meetings (when that’s safe again!).
A prayer for all those affected by Coronavirus
Keep us, good Lord,
under the shadow of your mercy.
Sustain and support the anxious,
be with those who care for the sick,
and lift up all who are brought low;
that we may find comfort
knowing that nothing can separate us from your love
in Christ Jesus our Lord
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The Vale of Pewsey is located in the heart of rural Wiltshire and The Vale of Pewsey Team of Churches covers all parish churches within the Vale of Pewsey including: Alton Barnes, Beechingstoke, Charlton St. Peter, Easton Royal, Huish, Manningford Bruce, Milton Lilbourne, North Newnton, Oare, Pewsey, Rushall, Stanton St. Bernard, Upavon, Wilcot, Woodborough and Wootton Rivers.
Each parish church occupies a unique role in bringing their riches to the Vale of Pewsey Team. By viewing the work as that of a ‘team’ we are able to provide for all styles of worship catering increasingly for all sectors of the community.
If you’re a church member and your church isn’t featured in the photos here, rest assured we will be back out taking pictures once we’re allowed! In the meantime, if you have a good photo of decent quality, do please send it to us (choose Website Editor as recipient).