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  Services for Sunday 3 February 2013 08:00  Holy Communion #  LH 09:15  Family Service MB 11:00  Family Service  WF 11:00 Morning Service #  LH 18:30  Evening Service  LH   # 1662 service     Services for Next Sunday (10 February 2013)   08:00  Holy Communion #  WF 09:15  Parish Communion MB 11:00  Family Service  LH 11:00 Morning Service […]

Continue reading about BENEFICE BULLETIN – Sunday 3rd February 2013 (2nd Sunday before Lent)

  Services for Sunday 27 January 2013 08:00  Holy Communion #  WF 09:15  Parish Communion MB 11:00  Morning Service  WF 11:00 Parish Communion  LH 18:30  Benefice Songs of Praise  LH   # 1662 service     Services for Next Sunday (3 February 2013)   08:00  Holy Communion #  LH 09:15  Family Service MB 11:00  Family Service  WF 11:00 Morning […]

Continue reading about BENEFICE BULLETIN – Sunday 27th January 2013 (4th Sunday of Epiphany)

Richard on January 26th, 2013

Ronald Blythe drinks dusty tea and finds long-lost objects   THE Epiphany continues. Today, snow-light. White-blue hills, sagging boughs. A cold to take one’s breath away. Delectable soups on the go. Twenty hardy ramblers descend into the valley. Keith, our Admirable Crichton, descends on me to paint a room – white. And Peter, equally versatile, thinks […]

Continue reading about Word from Wormingford – 25 January 2013

  Services for Sunday 20 January 2013 09:15  Family Communion MB 11:00  Family Communion  WF 11:00  Morning Service  LH 18:30  Evening Service  LH     Services for Next Sunday (27 January 2013)   08:00  Holy Communion #  WF 09:15  Parish Communion MB 11:00  Morning Service  WF 11:00 Parish Communion  LH 18:30  Benefice Songs of Praise  LH   # […]

Continue reading about Benefice Bulletin – 20 January 2013 (3rd Sunday of Epiphany)

Richard on January 18th, 2013

Ronald Blythe pores over ancient walls of lath and plaster   KEITH the builder works on the old farmhouse with a kind of inherited understanding of its materials and structure. A lath-and-plaster wall is taken back to its fundamentals. Anything later than, say, 1660 is swept away by what seems to me a hand that itself […]

Continue reading about Word from Wormingford – 18 January 2013

  Services for Sunday 13 January 2013 The Baptism of Christ 08:00  Holy Communion #  WF 09:15  Parish Communion MB 11:00  Family Service  LH 11:00  Morning Service WF 18:30  Evening Service  LH   # 1662 service     Services for Next Sunday (20 January 2013)   09:15  Family Communion MB 11:00  Family Communion  WF 11:00  Morning Service […]

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Richard on January 12th, 2013

Epiphany sunshine fills the interior of Ronald Blythe‘s home   LONG ago, walking home, I was tempted to visit the poet Edward FitzGerald’s grave on a winter’s afternoon, just when the light was “going”, as we used to say. A young airman from the USAAF base with a little son in his arms was fumbling his […]

Continue reading about Word from Wormingford – 11 January 2013

Richard on January 7th, 2013

What a busy month we have had!   First of all, a section of the leaning wall is no longer leaning. It was laying in the road one morning and Chris, who lives across the road from the Church, said that he heard a thump in the night but fortunately it missed his parked car […]

Continue reading about Wormingford Church Matters – January 2013

Richard on January 4th, 2013

For Ronald Blythe, an Old Testament lament sums up his feelings   JOURNALISTS are proud of what they call “rolling news”. But I am flattened by it. Thus this past two weeks in particular I have rationed its horrors, one blanched young father’s face on the screen making it unnecessary to hear anything more. I read […]

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Richard on January 4th, 2013

Notes in a book cause Ronald Blythe to feel intoxicated   I AM writing our Nine Lessons and Carols. The mid-Advent sun blazes through the study window, and is hot on my back. The white cat dreams on a radiator. Chaffinches swing on the feeder. I write Churchwarden, Bell-ringer, Boy, Commuter, Girl, Farmer, Mother, Gardener, Lay Canon. […]

Continue reading about Word from Wormingford – 21 December 2012