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Parish Jottings - December 2014

Churchyard clean-up

Saturday 18th October was the day of our autumn churchyard clean-up. It turned out to be a fine morning in Henley although rain was falling in nearby districts. A group of willing workers laboured throughout the morning around the churchyard tidying up graves, pruning shrubs, removing ivy from trees and walls and clearing areas of brambles. A coffee break was allowed and by lunchtime the churchyard looked noticeably better after its morning of maintenance...

Parish Jottings - November 2014

Harvest Festival Lunch 2014

Our Harvest Festival service this year was held on the morning of Sunday 5th October. At the service the Reverend Duncan Carter gave a talk based on the ‘Parable of the Rich Fool’. Duncan emphasised that we must put more of our trust in God who will provide for our needs and that we must not be so concerned with piling up riches for ourselves...

Parish Jottings - September / October 2014

Cheese and Wine party at the vicarage

On Friday 27th July the organisers of the vicarage Cheese and Wine Party were keeping a close eye on the unpredictable weather, True to its name, hot July brought cooling showers in the afternoon. The tables had been already laid out on the vicarage lawn in readiness for the evening’s event. Therefore the question was, should the venue be hastily moved to that of the nave of the church, or would the rain, so desperately needed by the gardeners by the way, cease to fall?



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)

Peter Jones
Michael Forsdike


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