Regular Service Times
|1st Sunday||Joint Service for Haselbury, North Perrott and Misterton, Holy Communion (venue rotating between the three churches)||10.00 am|
|2nd Sunday||Holy Communion (Book of Common Prayer, said)
|3rd Sunday||Holy Communion||11.00 am|
|4th Sunday||Holy Communion||11.00 am|
|5th Sunday||Joint Service for Haselbury, North Perrott and Misterton, Holy Communion (venue rotating between the three churches)||10.00 am|
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Children are very welcome at all our services.
Our mid-morning Communion services use the modern language and format authorised in the year 2000 by the Church of England under Common Worship. The 8.00 am Holy Communion on the second Sunday is based on the format of the 1662 Book of Common Prayer with its traditional solemn language.
The Family Service on the second Sunday has a very simple set modern liturgy and often encourages active participation from children.
9 am Monday – Friday: Morning Prayer is said by the Vicar and other people are welcome to join him.
12 noon Friday: 30 minutes of Silent Prayer. Everyone welcome. For venue please ring the Vicar, 01460 72356
On special occasions we might arrange a festive Evening service
See THE WULFRIC BENEFICE WEBSITE for more services in other parishes of our benefice.
As Christians, we live our lives in relationship with God. In communion with other Christians in the Church we seek to constantly deepen that relationship. And we aim to follow the way that Jesus Christ taught: Loving God above all else, and loving our neighbours as ourselves. Aware of continually falling short of this ideal, we rejoice in the promise of God’s gracious forgiveness in Christ.
For Christians, God is known as Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
God the Father, creator and sustainer of the world, for whom every human being is a beloved child.
God the Son, Jesus Christ, whose earthly life, death and resurrection hold the key to knowing and loving God and to making sense of life, before and after death. “Jesus Christ is the image of the invisible God.” (Colossians 1.15)
God the Holy Spirit, who is active in the world and in people’s hearts today, inspiring faith, teaching truth and kindling love – transforming lives.
If we submit to the transforming power of the Holy Spirit, we will be enabled to radiate God’s love and become a beneficial presence in the world.
Finding out more
If you want to know more, why not visit the official website of the Church of England,