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Church Services

Visitors and friends will be welcome to join

us at worship in any of the four churches in

our Benefice.  Services follow the monthly

pattern shown below.  This month’s services

at Holy Rood Church Buckland Newton

appear opposite.

The Service on the fifth Sunday (when this occurs) rotates around the four churches.   Full details of all Buckland Newton services are posted at Buckland Newton Church in the Porch and on the noticeboard outside the church gate.

Services this month at Buckland Newton

Holy Rood Church – heating and internal re-ordering.  We are pleased to say that the heating system has now been renewed and services will again be in the church. The toilet extension will form Phase 2 and detailed proposals are currently being progressed with our architects. Sunday 27th January.  11.00 am A very special service to celebrate the re-opening of Buckland Newton Church following recent refurbishment and installation of new heating system.  Jonathan will lead the service, at which we shall be welcoming Penny Sayer, Archdeacon of Sherborne Abbey.  All parishioners welcome. Wine and nibbles will be served after this service. Sunday 3rd February. 11.00 am Matins taken by Allen Knott. Wednesday 6th February, 12.00 noon.  Funeral of Margery Durston. Sunday 10th February.  11.00 am Holy Communion (Common Worship, modern language) taken by Jonathan. During this service a new hymn board will be dedicated to the memory of Rupert McCarthy. All welcome, Annette and the family would love to catch up with all BN friends. Sunday 17th February.  9.30 am  Family Service, suitable for all ages - songs , stories, activities.  Refreshments served afterwards. Sunday 24th February.  11.00 am Holy Communion (Common Worship, modern language). Sunday 3rd March.  11.00 am Matins. Help please! New recruits are needed to join the church cleaning team, could you spare a couple of hours, 3 times a year, to keep the church clean, polished and cared for? Please contact Wendy, 345427, or Jennie, 345374. Thank you. Events Group: New members would be most welcome to join this group which exists to promote fund raising events for the proposed toilet facilities for Buckland Newton Church. Contact Jon Sulkin 01300 345251  

Buckland Newton (Holy Rood)

Week 1:   11.00 am  Matins (Book of Common Prayer - traditional language)                    (Autumn/Winter) or    6.00 pm    6.00 pm Evensong, followed by a short optional        Communion. (Spring/Summer) Week 2:   11.00 am  Holy Communion (Common Worship - modern language) Week 3:   9.30 am  All-age Service; An informal, 30-minute service, all ages                  made very welcome, and invited to stay and share in                  refreshments after the service. Week 4:   11.00 am  Holy Communion (Common Worship - modern language) The Service on the fifth Sunday (when this occurs) rotates around the four churches.

Cerne Abbas (St. Mary)

Week 1:   11.00 am  Holy Communion (Common Worship)   6.30 pm  Evening Prayer (Book of Common Prayer) Week 2:   8.00 am  Holy Communion (Book of Common Prayer)   11.00 am  Matins (Book of Common Prayer) Week 3:   9.30 am  Family Communion   6.00 pm  Evening Praise / Evensong Week 4:   11.00 am  Holy Communion (Common Worship) The Service on the fifth Sunday (when this occurs) rotates around the four churches. Holy Communion or Morning Prayer every Thursday at 10.00 am.

Godmanstone

Week 1:   9.30 am  Family Service Week 2:   9.30 am  Holy Communion (Common Worship) Week 4:   9.30 am  Matins (Book of Common Prayer) The Service on the fifth Sunday (when this occurs) rotates around the four churches.

Minterne Magna

Week 1:   9.30 am  Matins (Book of Common Prayer) Week 3:   9.30 am  Holy Communion (Book of Common Prayer) The Service on the fifth Sunday (when this occurs) rotates around the four churches. Morning Prayer every Wednesday at 9.00 am.
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