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The Oxhill News

September 2016

This months News



Deanery News

Dear Everyone,

I hope you have all had a wonderfully restful and restoring summer, enjoying the sunshine wherever possible. As we come into Autumn, suddenly everything happens again.

On Tuesday, October 11th, Bishop David will be leading a Quiet Day at The Old Chapel in Oxhill, from 10.00 am until 4.00 pm. This is for anyone in the Deanery, whether clergy or laity – Readers, worship leaders, ministry team members and so on. You are welcome to come for all or part of the day. His theme will be:
Asa –9th Century BC King: All you didn’t know you needed to know about Asa!  The day will look at the topic of perseverance by using the material in 2 Chronicles chapters 14, 15 &16.

There is no charge for the day, but if you are staying all day you are asked to bring a packed lunch, and there will be a donations bowl for the costs of the Chapel and coffee etc.

That same evening, Tuesday, October 11th at 7.30pm, Deanery Synod will be meeting in Tysoe, with Ruth Walker and Yvonne Warren talking about General Synod.

Many of you will know that Ali Massey, who was Curate in The Stourdene Benefice has moved on to become Rector of the Draycote Benefice in Rugby Deanery: she goes will all our blessings, and her installation there will be on Monday, 19th September.

Arriving in the Deanery shortly afterwards will be Ben Dyson and his family, who is joining the SW7 Benefice as Pioneer Minister.  He will hopefully be moving into Stourton, and his licensing will be on Saturday, October 22nd.  Please pray for both Ali and Ben and their families as they take up their new roles and settle into new homes and environments.

While all that is happening, enjoy the Harvest, and do take the chance to join in thanking God for all the riches that he gives to us.

Every blessing, Jill

Revd. Canon Dr. Jill Tucker, Rural Dean
revjill.tucker @ btinternet,com

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