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Pews News w/c 11th June 2023

SERVICES FOR 11th June

1st. Sunday after Trinity

9.30am Evenley, Holy Communion

9.30am Farthinghoe, Morning Worship

10.00am Aynho, Morning Worship

11.00am Hinton, Morning Worship

Colour Green

Readings

Isaiah 40:12-17, 27-end,

2 Corinthians 13:11-end, Matthew 28:16-end,

Psalm 8


Collect

O God, the strength of all those who put their trust in you, mercifully accept our prayers and, because through the weakness of our mortal nature we can do no good thing without you, grant us the help of your grace, that in the keeping of your commandments we may please you both in will and deed; through Jesus Christ your Son our Lord, who is alive and reigns with you, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever

Amen.


Post Communion

Eternal Father, we thank you for nourishing us with these heavenly gifts: may our communion strengthen us in faith, build us up in hope,

and make us grow in love;

for the sake of Jesus Christ our Lord.

Amen.


SERVICES FOR 18th June

2nd Sunday after Trinity

10.30am Hinton, Benefice Holy Communion

Service to be led by Archdeacon Richard Ormston

Colour Green


Banns of Marriage for the

2nd time for

Christopher Antony Bilsby & Emma Louise Wycherley who are to marry at St Milburga, Beckbury,

TF11 9DG

To be published at Aynho

Banns of Marriage for the

3rd time for

Drew Alexander John Blackburn & Alexandra Hannah Zae Davey-Turner Frost

Who are to marry at St Mary’s Bloxham, Banbury OX15 4ES

To be published at Evenley

Please pray for:-

- We pray for Sara Lyford, her daughter and the expected twins.

- 4yr.old Holly who is in the second year of treatment and thankfully can attend school a couple of days each week. She is a very brave and courageous little girl although further treatment continues for some time.

- For the church and people of Farthinghoe

- For our farming community

- Wendy & Jeremy

- Suzanne & family as they prepare for John’s funeral on Thursday 15th June, 2pm at Banbury Crematorium.

- For couples preparing to be married this summer.

- For those in hospital.

- For all people worldwide who are affected by unrest, by acts of violence, oppression, or poverty.





Our churches are always open for private prayer; all are welcome. - (Croughton -by appointment only)



The next Benefice Holy Communion service is on 18th June 10.30am at Hinton when Archdeacon Richard Ormston will be present.

We welcome you all to attend and join in with friends from our neighbouring churches when we all come together to share hymns & prayers.


June 2023


13th Evenley Village soup lunch 12.00 – 1.15pm – all welcome

18th Father’s Day

& New Moon

21st Summer Solstice – summer begins.

24th Armed Forces Day

25th 6pm Steane – the third of our special Evensong services


THE CHURCH FETE DAYS

Croughton – 10th June in the garden of David & Margaret Rings

Hinton – 1st July

Evenley 24th June

Farthinghoe 25th June


Astwick Vale Benefice covers five churches, Aynho, Croughton, Evenley, Farthinghoe and Hinton with Steane

Have a look at our Benefice website.

Also new email address

Telephone number

(01280) 702861

If you wish to be on the Pews News emailing list, please contact: tonyjoyce2021@gmail.com


Printed copies can be found in some of our churches.

Church contacts

Ministry Teams

Assistant Priests-

Revd Terry Richards 01869 811251

Revd Hugh Warwick 01869 819596

Lay Readers

Carrie O’Regan 01280 702300

May Leng 07903 801143

Wardens

Aynho:

Andrew Bellamy 01869 810847King

Kathy White 01869 810418

Croughton:

Angie Robbins 01869 811445,

Evenley:

Jose Golding 07708 539191

Farthinghoe: Position vacant

Hinton-in-the-Hedges:

Sam Mainds 07860 46500


And finally

The Normandy landings took place 79 years ago, on

6th June 1944


D-Day was the start of Operation 'Overlord'

On D-Day, 6 June 1944, Allied forces launched a combined naval, air and land assault on Nazi-occupied France. The 'D' in D-Day stands simply for 'day' and the term was used to describe the first day of any large military operation.

Early on 6 June, Allied airborne forces parachuted into drop zones across northern France. Ground troops then landed across five assault beaches - Utah, Omaha, Gold, Juno and Sword. By the end of the day, the Allies had established a foothold along the coast and could begin their advance into France.





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