Mortimer Benefice

The Benefice Office is closed. For urgent matters, please telephone The Vicar, Fr. Paul Chaplin - 01189 331 718. For non-urgent matters, please telephone 01189 333 704 and leave a message or send an email to admin@mortimerbenefice.co.uk and we will respond as soon as possible.

DUE TO CORONAVIRUS ALL SERVICES SUSPENDED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

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LIVING FAITHFULLY WITH CORONAVIRUS/COVID-19 - click here

PASTORAL COMMUNICATIONS AT THE TIME OF CORONAVIRUS - click here

*** 24/03/2020 *** FROM THE DIOCESE OF OXFORD - CLICK HERE TO VIEW

*** 24/03/2020 *** FROM THE ARCHBISHOPS AND THE BISHOPS - CLICK HERE TO VIEW


DAILY WORSHIP AND PRAYER RESOURCES

The next diocesan live-stream will take place at 10am on Sunday 29th March by the four bishops working together. View at this link https://www.oxford.anglican.org/coronavirus-covid-19/livestream

Services of Daily Prayer are available in both contemporary and traditional forms and for all times of day. View at this link. https://www.churchofengland.org/prayer-and-worship/join-us-service-daily-prayer

From the Diocese of Oxford – ‘Psalm 23 has been a source of strength for thousands of years. Let’s pause and say it every day at 11 am through this crisis we now face.’ https://www.oxford.anglican.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/DOX-032-Coronavirus-psalm-23.pdf


Welcome

If you would like to see a priest in complete confidence call the Vicar, Fr. Paul Chaplin.

If you would like to be kept informed of services and events around the benefice, please complete the form to be found at the following link.

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Weekly Newsletter 29th March to 5th April

Benefice Fellowship Groups

BENEFICE FELLOWSHIP GROUPS 
 
We have a number of Fellowship Groups which provide an important opportunity to gather in small groups to share fellowship, to explore Christian faith and prayer, to build community and to offer support and nurture friendships.

Fellowship Groups can engage with issues of faith and justice through prayer, education and dialogue.

The Fellowship Groups recognize that Christians are called to unity in the Body of Christ and to share in the mission of His Church; they seek to enable each other to integrate Christian faith and sharing into daily living. They meet at varied times, at varied venues, and with varied regularity.