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    Welcome to STOWE PARISH CHURCH situated in the world famous Stowe Landscape Gardens run by the National Trust in Buckinghamshire, England. The church building is more than 800 years old, but we're not a museum! More information on its history and the building is here. We are an active parish church serving the surrounding area. Vehicular entrance is through Stowe School not the Landscape gardens.

    Detailed maps are here.

    We aim to be a warm, welcoming church serving our parishioners and all who come to us, including staff and pupils of Stowe School, and visitors to the NT gardens. 

    We are currently in an Interregnum so please contact the Church Wardens for Baptisms, Weddings and Funerals 

    Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy   Diocesan Safeguarding website

     

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  • 20th September 2020

    Trinity 15

    Sunday

    In line with diocesan recommendations, we will re-introduce services in church slowly and, of course, with all the Covid-19 safety measures in place.
    Government advice allowing, in September there will be one service:
    a Family Service to be held on 20th September at 9.45am 
    in October, there will be 2 services:-
    Harvest Morning Prayer on 4th October and

    Family Service on 18th October  (The situation will be reviewed in mid-October)

    Those who wish to come to a service will need to book their place in advance as there will be greatly reduced seating due to social distancing regulations. Bookings can be made in the week before the service by contacting Julia Morten (817601) or Tamara Kimpton (814456) when details will be taken in line with the test and trace system. Masks must be worn at all times in the church and seats will be allocated on arrival. People are asked to maintain the 2-metre rule while waiting to enter and to move straight away from the church when they leave. An offering will not be taken during the service, although it can be placed on a plate at the back of church as you enter or leave. People are also asked to use hand sanitiser on entering and leaving the church. 

    Theme for today - God’s promises - to His people in exile

    Sermon : Kay Murray

     

    Jeremiah 29:4 - 14    Mark 11:15-19

       

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  • Collect for Today

    KEEP, we beseech thee, O Lord, thy Church with thy perpetual mercy;
    and, because the frailty of man without thee cannot but fall,
    keep us ever by thy help from all things hurtful,
    and lead us to all things profitable to our salvation;
    through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen Amen.

     

     

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