I believe in God, my rock in the storms of life
We will have a service of Morning Prayer in church on Sunday 5 July at 10am.
There will be a number of changes: restricted numbers (no more than 17 individuals or small family groups); no singing; no refreshments or socialising afterwards; the service will be filmed.
Please don't be offended if the church is full and you are turned away: this is new for all of us. Please don't come to church if you have Covid-19 symptoms. Also, for track and trace purposes we need a register and contact details of all who attend.
Also, those who have been following the services online, we will film the 10am service and during the afternoon, edit and upload it. So it will be available on Sunday afternoon at the earliest.
St Mary’s Wexham will be OPEN for private prayer on Wednesdays between 12 noon and 2 p.m. You are invited to come into our beautiful Norman Church to sit and pray. Please observe the social distancing rules and remember people in the church will be at prayer.
We will continue to post Wednesday and Sunday services on YouTube and the various links can be found by following links on other pages on this website.
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At times when we (and the whole earth, it seems) are troubled and anxious, it is good to remember that we are rooted in the past events of the life, death, resurrection and ascension of Jesus Christ, that rootedness is not a matter of just looking back and remembering what once was. It is a living memory, not the kind that slowly withers and decays.
Our rootedness allows us to grow toward God’s future. This means is that we have grounds for confidence that there is a shape to existence. We have confidence that, some day, justice will prevail. Some day death and suffering will themselves die. Some day, at last, the prayer of millions of people will be answered: “May Your will be done on earth, as it is in heaven.” We can take comfort in that.