Church Services in June 2021

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There will be services as follows in June and each week a service will be livestreamed from Milton Church to Facebook or a recorded service will be posted online.

Sunday 6 June
11.00am    United Benefice Holy Communion in Shipton
11.00am  Live Zoom Service (our final zoom service for now)

 Sunday 13 June – Patronal: St John the Baptist, Fifield
9.30am      Holy Communion in Milton live streamed on Facebook
11.00am    Holy Communion in Shipton
11.00am    Patronal BCP Holy Communion in Fifield  PLEASE BOOK (tel 01993 831881)

Sunday 20 June – Father’s Day
From 9.15am  Bacon rolls and croissants will be available before the Service
9.30am      United Benefice Holy Communion in Milton

Sunday 27 June
8.15am      BCP Holy Communion in Shipton
9.30am      Worship for All in Milton live streamed on Facebook
11.00am    BCP Morning Prayer in Shipton
11.00am    BCP Holy Communion in Idbury

Sunday 4 July
11.00am    United Benefice Holy Communion in Shipton

Wednesdays 10.30am Mid-Week Holy Communion in Milton live streamed on Facebook

 

Church News and details of Services for Sunday 30 May

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Read the latest Church News here: Church News 30 May 2021 final

There are services as follows on Sunday 30 May:

9.30am Milton United Benefice Rogation Service (this will be livestreamed on Facebook)

We will walk over to the allotments for final prayers and the blessing. Coffee will be provided after the service (outdoors). We will then walk across the fields to Bruern Farm Shop (approx. 30 minute walk). The shop will be open and there will be a talk by Henry Astor about their produce and exciting plans for the future.

You can download the order of service for Rogation here: Rogation Pew

Join us for a Special Service with Walk to Bruern Farm Shop this Sunday 30 May

May in the Wychwoods

On Sunday 30 May we are holding our Rogation United Benefice Service in Milton Church at 9.30am

We will walk over to the allotments for final prayers and the blessing. Coffee will be provided after the service (outdoors). We will then walk across the fields to Bruern Farm Shop (approx. 30 minute walk). The shop will be open and there will be a talk by Henry Astor about their produce and exciting plans for the future.