Latest report from St Leonard’s

News from St Leonard’s

Don’t miss the Summer Fete – Saturday 22nd June at the Old Rectory. All the usual stalls plus a few surprises. Planning Meeting on Saturday 27th April, 10 am in the Village Hall. Watch out for the flyers and information about the Silent Auction.

The Advent Carols were enjoyed by many and the Walking Nativity made a great start to Christmas with bout 50 people joining in. Sunday 23rd and Christmas Day services were also well attended.

Remember that the church is open every day for quiet contemplation and don’t forget about the Book Swop.

We are still collecting for the Banbury and Daventry Food Banks. There is a new plastic box by the Font so please put your contributions in it. They are collected regularly and taken in to Banbury or Daventry. We have had letters of thanks for our contributions.

Times of services are in the Village Newsletter, the Pew sheet or the Benefice Calendar.

Previous Reports

Sunday 2nd December 6 pm Advent Carols by candlelight, followed by mulled wine and mince pies.  At St Leonard’s.  All very welcome.

Walking Nativity 21st Friday 21st December. Meet at the Village Hall at 7 pm.
23 December Benefice Holy Communion at St Leonard’s.
Christmas Day Celebration at 11 am all very welcome.

News from St Leonard’s Oct/Nov 2018

A huge thank you to all who contributed in any way to the Harvest Festival last week.  We are able to send a cheque for £264.27 to the Archbishop’s Charity, Seeds of Change.

There are big changes at Woodford Halse.  From Sunday the 7th October there will be a 9 am “Quiet time” with Holy Communion on the 1st and 3rd Sundays (except the 4th Sunday) followed at 9.45 by “Meet in the middle” for referments.  At 10.15 there will be “Café Church” which is a family friendly contemporary style of worship with family Holy Communion on the 2nd Sunday.  Please see the Pew Sheet for more information or contact Revd Geoff Moore on 01327 264927 – email  Other services are listed below.

The church remains open every day for quiet contemplation and the Book Swop is available.

Don’t forget that we are still collecting for the Banbury and Daventry Food Banks.

There will be aService for Remembrance Sunday on the 11th September at 10.15am followed by laying of wreaths at the War Memorial.

Please do check the Pew Sheet or Benefice Calendar to ensure that can join us for services.  If you would like a lift please contact Susan Fagg (660886).