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Parish churches in Ampfield, Chilworth & North Baddesley

On Friday 6th November
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The new lockdown means our services are, once again, online only. In particular, this means that there will be no in-person act of remembrance on Sunday and no Communion to Go. However, we can still remember:
  • there will be a Remembrance Service online at 09:30 (on the website and on YouTube ( There order of service is different for Remembrance Sunday and is available here as a pdf.
  • the remembrance trail in St John's churchyard is still open for personal reflection till November 11th. Please make sure you observe social distancing and lockdown rules.
For the following weeks of this lockdown, the Sunday service will not be Communion and Victoria will be at home - as was the case in earlier in the year. Compline and Morning Prayer will continue unchanged.

Last Sunday Worship For All looked at another of the 5 Ps - this time peace. The activity involved making crosses and poppies by folding paper and then making a single cut - with varying degrees of success :-)


Worship for All - 1 November

Worship for All from 9.30 AM on Sunday 1 November.
Worship for All - 1 November

Churchyard trail: reflect & remember

Spend time reflecting or praying during this unusual remembrance-tide from Halloween to Remembrance day.
Churchyard trail: reflect & remember

Morning Prayer Thursday 5th Nov

Morning Prayer Thursday 5th Nov
Join Victoria for Morning Prayer from the vicarage on Thursday 5th November.

Night Prayer: 3 November

Night Prayer or Visual Compline on Tuesday with Ian from acnbchurch.
Night Prayer: 3 November
There was at least one successful poppy on Sunday - thanks Phil
Meanwhile. In other news the seasons roll on. Please send us lots of pictures. We look forward to sharing and seeing what everyone is up to.
Your parish church has not gone away. We are offering daily prayer privately. Please join us, venture deeper into spiritual communion with our Lord, and prayer for the welfare of our communities and those in health and public service. or ring the vicarage
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