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St Matthew Oxhey

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DIARY

 

GOOD FRIDAY

18th April

10.30am  BOCT Walk of Witness: St. Andrew’s Methodist Church to St. Matthew’s with Children’s workshops at BOMC

2.00pm Liturgy of Good Friday

 

EASTER SUNDAY

20th April

8.00am Holy Communion 9.30am Sung Eucharist with Blessing of Paschal Candle and renewal of Baptismal Vows

 

THURSDAY – 24th April

10am Holy Eucharist

 

EASTER 2

LOW  SUNDAY

27th April

8.00am No celebration 9.30am Sung Eucharist followed by APCM

(Coffee is served in the hall after the service.

Celebrating the Eucharist at St Matthew'sOur main service at 9.30am each Sunday morning is a Sung Eucharist taken from Common Worship. We have a tradition of healing ministry through prayer and laying on of hands & anointing takes place roughly bi-monthly.

Our All Age Eucharist is held at 9.30am on on the 3rd Sunday of each month. This is an inclusive act of worship centred around Holy Communion.

Holy Communion is the first service on Sunday and is said at 8am. Once a month we use the Book of Common Prayer for this quiet act of worship.

 

The Lady Chapel may be used as a focus for prayer.

There are candles to light and a board for requests.

 

Please pray this week for:

 

Watford Deanery - Watford: St Peter

 

In our community - Talbot Avenue and Tanner House

 

In particular need -  Warren, Ernie Rosson, Jill Greenstreet

 

Departed - Bob Yule, Maud Atkinson, Alan Hambly

Nativity Stained Glass Window

Welcome to St Matthew’s

A friendly Church of England congregation in Watford, Herts.  We form part of   The Diocese of St Albans.

Need a hymn for a wedding, Christening or another special occasion?

We have a unique collection of hymns, written over the years by our organist, Roger Tabor.

The Lady Chapel’s Nativity Window c.1916

by Karl Parsons

Look under ‘Services’ for more about Weddings at St Matthew’s