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Benefice Service pattern

including this church (Holy Rood, Wool)

 

 

 

ES = Evensong

FS = Family Service

HS = Healing service

Whole Benefice services - these are held on the 5th Sunday in the month, with the single location announced in advance each time

 

 

 

 

 

 

Benefice Services

including this church (Holy Rood, Wool)

 

 

 

 

 


Weekday Services in Wool:

 

Monday

8.30am

Morning Prayer in Church

Tuesday

8.30am

Morning Prayer

Wednesday

(varies) On the first and the third Wednesdays of each month, Holy Communion will be held at 10am in the D'Urberville Centre Small Hall, followed by Coffee/Tea and chat afterwards.

On the two or three Wednesdays with no Wednesday D'Urberville Hall services, Morning Prayer is held as usual in church at 8.30. (Morning Prayer is not held in church on the first and third Wednesdays.)

Thursday

8.30am

Morning Prayer in Church

Friday

8.30am

Morning Prayer in Church

 

 

Messy Church and other Children's / Families Activities

 

There is 'Messy Church' for children on some Saturdays in Holy Rood, roughly monthly, from 3 - 5pm - see Church Without Walls or  Events for more details, or contact the Vicar.

 

 

 

 

Parish Office

Our new Parish Office has opened in the D'Urberville Hall. The office email address is woolchurchoffice@gmail.com .

The Office is open for people to pop in on Thursday mornings 10am - 12noon.

It has its own mobile phone set up and that contact number is:   07851 028117

 

 

 

Wednesday morning Communion venue - some explanatory notes

On the first and third Wednesday of each month, Holy Communion is held at 10am in the D'Urberville Centre Small Hall, followed by coffee/tea and time to chat afterwards. There is no midweek Holy Communion in Holy Rood Church.

It was felt by the PCC that the Holy Rood Church disabled access and limited car parking sometimes discouraged people with restricted mobility. The D'Urberville Small Hall is  more central, and easier and safer for car parking. All the evidence now suggests that it does indeed allow people to attend who previously found it too difficult. The current consensus additionally suggests this venue also gives a real sense of being "Church Without Walls" and part of our everyday community.

 

For Quarterly Holy Rood Wool news (includes some service dates and times that fall outside the pattern):

See "Church Without Walls"

 

Baptisms and Marriages

By arrangement with the Rector (email in the link, or phone 01929 462215, and see the Contacts page for the new Church Office).

 

Home Communion for the sick and housebound

Members of the Pastoral Team, which consists of the clergy, Lay Pastoral Assistants and Readers, are able to take communion to the sick and housebound. This usually takes place on the day of the midweek Communion Service on a Wednesday. If you or anyone you know is unable to come to any of the services, either in Holy Rood, Knowlewood Knap or Hyde Place please let the vicar know, who will arrange for you to receive communion at home.

By arrangement with the Rector (email in the link, or phone 01929 462215, and see the Contacts page).

 

Hospital Visiting

If you know of someone in hospital who would appreciate a visit from a representative of Holy Rood Church, (normally the vicar, Judy or one of our Lay Pastoral Assistants) do please let us know. We have no way of knowing who is in hospital unless you let us know. It doesnít matter if they are not regular churchgoers.

By arrangement with the Rector (email in the link, or phone 01929 462215, and see the Contacts page).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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