Andrew had a successful operation on Monday 27 November and is now home where he continues to make good progress. For all parish matters over the next few weeks it would very helpful if you could please approach someone else from the list of parish contacts. Andrew should be back in the parish in the New Year.
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USUAL SUNDAY SERVICE TIMES
8am Holy Communion
10am Parish Eucharist
6.30pm Evening Service
The Week Ahead
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@Andrew: 01865 773516
Planning a wedding at St Mary’s
We are a family-friendly church!
The West Lawn at Iffley Church
Where to find us
When can I visit Iffley church?
The church is usually open during the day for visitors and for prayer. Do check the calendar below to see if anything else is planned for the time you plan to visit.
Iffley Church Calendar
Hall Bookings: firstname.lastname@example.org
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