Wolvey Village Website
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The Church Today
St. John Baptist Church, Church Hill, Wolvey.
The churches in the group worship in a central Anglican tradition and hope to be welcoming to people of all Christian denominations, and all people who want to find the Lord Jesus Christ.
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FEBRUARY 2019 !!
Where to find us in Wolvey:
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Reader: David Hopkins
Tel: 01455 220152
Its main service each week is a celebration of the Eucharist (Holy Communion) at 9.30 a.m. each Sunday morning, except for the fourth Sunday in the month when there is a “Worship for All” service. If there is a fifth Sunday in the month members of the other churches in the group join the congregation for a joint service also at 9.30 a.m.
There is a small Sunday School that meets in the Millennium Building at 9.30 a.m. except for the fourth Sunday in the month when they join with the whole church.We have an active choir to assist with the worship and a team of bell ringers who keenly make our bells ring out to the glory of God.
There is a Parish Office on the 1st Tuesday of the Month between 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. in the Millennium Building where enquiries can be made concerning baptisms and weddings at any of the churches in the group.
Enquires concerning confirmation or instruction in the Christian faith should be made to the vicar. An Alpha Course will be running in Wolvey in the Autumn to which we extend a welcome to all who are interested in exploring the faith.
The Millennium Building in the church grounds can be hired for meetings and small function having excellent facilities.
Church Services For the Wolvey
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Page Last Updated on 09 February, 2019
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