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Saturday, 22 September 2018

Habitat for Humanity Build

As many of you will know, Oliver and Darren Sampson went to Kenya in July to help build a house, with Habitat for Humanity, for a grandma looking after her two grandchildren and niece.  

Here is the house she lived in before they arrived.


And here is the house they built, when they had to leave.


And here is the house after the local builders finished it off.




For the full story follow this link

Thursday, 20 September 2018

Harvest Festival



Do come along on Sunday at 10am and join our Harvest Festival, taken by Richard Phillips.

As well as the more traditional fresh fruit and vegetables, we would love some dry produce such as tinned food, rice, pasta or sugar as we will be donating items to the Steppin Stone centre for the homeless in Oxford.


If you prefer, there is a BCP Holy Communion in LC at 8am taken by Richard Phillips or 10.30am, also in LC taken by Derek Witchell.  Then an Evensong in NW at 6pm taken by Richard.


For the full pew sheet, please follow this link

Wednesday, 12 September 2018

Sat 22nd - Long Crendon Open Day



10:30-12:00 and 2:30-4:30, come and celebrate 10 years of restoration work on St Mary's Long Crendon.   Hear about the history and heritage, talks at 11am and 3:30pm.   Bell peal in the morning, Children’s treasure hunt.   Free refreshments, organ recital and tower open in the afternoon.



Confirmation Service - 16th September 6pm


This Sunday we have Bishop Alan, the Bishop of Buckingham, coming to Long Crendon at 6pm to take our Benefice Confirmation service.  Please come along to support the candidates including several children from Chearsley as they take this important step in their lives.

We also have a guest speaker giving the sermon in Chearsley at the 9am Holy Communion Service so do come along and find out who it is!

To read the pew sheet, please follow this link.

Thursday, 6 September 2018

Meadowsong Photos








Thanks to Ann Persson for the loan of her "Meadow" and to Paul and Laura for their beautiful singing.  The weather was glorious and everyone enjoyed a very relaxing afternoon last Sunday at Meadowsong.

This Sunday

If you are coming along to the Chearsley Classic Car Show from 11am this Sunday do pop in to our Messy Church Tent where there will be face painting, car making, biscuit decorating and a chance to think about our journeys through life, or to ask us "What exactly is Messy Church?"


Then at 6pm we have our Evensong service in Church, led by John Scholefield.

To read the pew sheet, please follow this link.

Harvest Supper