Lower Heyford – St Mary
The Parish of Lower Heyford lies beside the River Cherwell some 12 miles north of Oxford, about halfway between Oxford and Banbury. It includes the hamlet of Caulcott to house a population of just fewer than 400. St Mary's Church was consecrated in 1065 by the Saxon Bishop Wulfin of Dorchester but the current building dates from its rebuilding around 1350, with substantial 15th century alteration and modernisation in the 19th century.
The Men’s Forum
Tuesday 3rd May 2016
A Lee Abbey Experience By Andrew Mann
Come along and enjoy an evening of fellowship & faith
The Reading Room, Upper Heyford
The Cherwell Valley Benefice Prayer walks Sunday 15th May
An opportunity to enjoy our lovely countryside and pray for our parishes and communities.
A choice of two walks:
2.30pm - St. Olave’s Church Fritwell (parking and toilets) - a circular walk including Ardley and Souldern ending back at Fritwell for refreshments
2.30pm - St. Mary’s Lower Heyford (parking and toilets) – a canal side walk including Upper Heyford and Somerton (toilets and refreshments) and returning to Lower Heyford
If you are interested in taking part in other prayer walks in the Deanery (8th-15th May) please see the yellow sheets at the back of church or speak to Stephen
Location Map of St Mary, Lower Heyford
Please feel free to come to any of our services where you'll be given a warm welcome.
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