St Peter & St Paul, King's Sutton

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The earliest reference to King's Sutton is in the story of St Rumbold, who was born here in 662. The building has Norman elements and was comnpleted in the 14th Century. Its finest feature is the tower and spire, rising to 198 feet. It is one of the finest spires in the country.


The Church has been in the Anglo-Catholic tradition since the late 19th Century. The PCC has requested alternative Episcopal oversight, and the parish is in the care of the Bishop of Richborough. All are welcome whatever their views on these matters.


There are varieties of services, but most are formal, traditional in style with excellent music.

Our website can be found at: http://kingssuttonchurch.weebly.com and contains more information.

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Revd Canon Roger Bellamy MA
The Vicarage, Church Avenue, Kings Sutton, Banbury, OX17 3RJ
(01295) 811364 (Vicar)

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Sunday

Mass
Rite 1 Trad Common Worship Mass
Every second and fourth Sunday at 8:00 AM for ½ hour
Common Worship
Family Worship
a service for people of all ages
Every fourth Sunday at 10:00 AM for ½ hour
Family Friendly Refreshments
Sung Mass
Mass sung with choir and hymns. Sermon. Refreshments are served after the service on the last Sunday in the month.
Every Sunday at 11:00 AM for 1 hour
Incense
Evensong
Prayer Book Evensong: Choral with chants for psalm and canticles, an anthem, and sermon
Every Sunday at 6:00 PM for ¾ hour
Ends Saturday 28th January 2017.
Resumes Monday 30th January 2017

Tuesday

Mass
A said Mass using Common Worship Modern language rite 1
Every Tuesday at 9:30 AM for ½ hour
Refreshments Common Worship

Wednesday

Mass
Rite 1 Trad Language Common Worship.
Every Wednesday at 7:00 PM for ½ hour
Common Worship

Friday

Parents and Toddlers Worship
A short informal act of worship for pre-school children and their parents, with songs, stories and prayers. After the service there is coffee and play in the church room. This service is held during school term times.
Every Friday at 9:30 AM for ½ hour
Family Friendly Refreshments
Mass
Rite 1 Trad Language Common Worship
Every Friday at 12:00 PM for ½ hour
Common Worship

Saturday

Mass
Said Common Worship Modern Language Rite 1. The Mass on the last Saturday in each month is for the Shrine of Our Lady at Walsingham, coffee is served on these Saturdays.
Every Saturday at 10:00 AM for ½ hour
Common Worship
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Christingle Service
Sunday 29th January 2017 at 4:00 PM for ¾ hour

Features

Toilets

Wheelchair accessible toilets

(Hymn Books / Orders of Service etc.)

Assistance dogs (eg guide dogs, hearing dogs, dogs for the disabled) welcome
Stained Glass Wall Paintings Floodlight
Organ

 
     
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Incumbent: The Revd Canon Mervyn Roger Hunter BELLAMY (Roger)
A Church Near You ID (venue number): 16385
Diocesan ID: P10117
Built: c.1100
Style of worship: Anglo-Catholic
Our Patron: Society for the Maintenance of the Faith
Archdeaconry: NORTHAMPTON (281)
Deanery: BRACKLEY (28101)
Parish Legal Name: King's Sutton (280022 )
CofE Church Info: (628022 28/22)
Short URL: acny.uk/16385/
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The current editor is: roger bellamy

This page was last updated on Wednesday 11th January 2017
 
 
 
St Peter & St Paul : The Square, King's Sutton OX17, King's Sutton, Oxfordshire, OX17 3RJ

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