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Services including Christmas

 Thank you for all the toys donated at the Toy Service as part of  the St Andrew’s Patronal Festival and thank you for the Pipers who lifted our spirits as well as the roof!

SUNDAY 11DEC16 3rd Sunday Of Advent
08:00 Meonstoke Holy Communion (BCP)
10:30 Droxford Family Eucharist
15:30 Corhampton Evensong with Carols
17:15 Hill House Barn
Carols in The Barn
Thursday 15DEC16  
10:00 Droxford Holy Communion (CW) (Said)
SUNDAY 18DEC16 4th Sunday of Advent
08:00 Exton Holy Communion (BCP)
10:00 Droxford Informal All Age Service
10:30 Corhampton Mattins with Carols
14:00 Meonstoke Family Carols & Christmas Tree Festival
16:00 Droxford Family Carols
18:30 Exton Candlelit Carols
Thursday 22DEC16  
10:00 Droxford Holy Communion (CW) (Said)
Sat 24DEC16 Christmas Eve
14:00 Droxford Scratch Nativity
16:00 Meonstoke Scratch Nativity
23:30 Meonstoke Midnight Mass
SUNDAY 25DEC16 Christmas Day
09:30 Meonstoke Informal Family Eucharist
11:00 Droxford Family Service
11:45 Brief Eucharist follows if you wish to stay for Christmas Communion
Monday 26DEC16 Stephen, Deacon, First Martyr
08:30 Meonstoke Morning Prayer
Tuesday 27DEC16 John, Apostle and Evangelist
08:30 Meonstoke Morning Prayer
Wednesday 28DEC16 The Holy Innocents
08:30 Meonstoke Morning Prayer
Thursday 29DEC16 Thomas Becket, Archbishop, Martyr, 1170
10:00 Droxford Holy Communion (CW) (Said)
Friday 30DEC16
08:30 Meonstoke Morning Prayer
Saturday 31DEC16
08:30 Meonstoke Morning Prayer
SUNDAY 01JAN17 Christmas 2
08:00 Droxford Holy Communion (BCP)
01JAN17 Naming and Circumcision of Jesus
10:30 Meonstoke Family Eucharist


Can you Help?

Finally, over the months that I have been in the Benefice, I have seen something of the hard work that goes into producing this wonderful magazine. I am sure that you will join me in thanking Mr Norman Bell for his outstanding service as The Bridge Editor. Sadly, Norman feels that it is time for him to hand over this role to a new editor and we are looking for someone to follow in his footsteps. Please have an informal chat with Norman if you think that might be you or if you know someone who could do this vital job.


Droxford Church Community Project

The first phase of the project, the restoration of Droxford Church started on the 4th of April and is to be completed later in the autumn of this year with funds awarded by the Heritage Lottery Fund. During this phase there will be no access by the West Door, or the Bell Tower  area.  The church will remain open and normal services will continue as usual.

From the Rector

We are delighted that the Heritage Lottery Fund has given us this support.  The award will enable us to restore this lovely Norman church, but equally important it will enable us to create a community room that can become a focus for social activities as well as heritage exploration.  It will support sustainable community development, and enable us to serve our communities better, especially the isolated, the young, and the elderly, in Droxford and the Meon Valley.




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