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Parish Jottings - January 2014

Christmas 2013

Advent was a period of milder than usual weather, during which all the usual church services took place. Our annual carol service took place on Sunday the 22nd of December. On Christmas Eve the popular Christingle service was held, and, as always, was well-attended by both children and adults. That night the Reverend Duncan Carter officiated at the midnight Communion service to celebrate the first communion of Christmas day...

Parish Jottings - December 2013

Churchyard Clean-up

The churchyard was bristling with people on Saturday morning, 19th October. It was the occasion of our annual Churchyard Clean-up and there were with lots of jobs to be done. Fortunately the weather remained mainly fine and, although the grass was wet, it did not deter grass-cutting around the graves and in all the awkward corners which are out of the reach of the mower.

At the end of the morning the churchyard looked much tidier and the work party dispersed pleased in the knowledge that it had done a satisfying and worthwhile job...

Parish Jottings - November 2013

Harvest Festival 2013

Holy Trinity church celebrated Harvest Festival this year on Sunday 6th October. The interior of the church was attractively decorated with many colourful flower displays arranged by our church flower ladies. Following the morning service a Harvest Lunch was held in the nave at which some 50 people were present...



Reverend Duncan Carter
Vicarage, 16 Church Street, Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, RG9 1SE (574822)

Trinity at Four Minister:
Reverend Sam Brewster
29 Gainsborough Hill,
Oxfordshire, RG9 1ST
(07899 843461)

Licensed Lay Minister:
Michael Forsdike (612161)

Barbara Williams
Michael Forsdike


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Duncan Carter, Vicar.