Consecrational cross at Easter


We will have a number of services online and in person, to remember the final days before Jesus’ death and celebrate the new beginning of Easter Day. Please join us for one or as many as you like. Numbers allowed in church will return to 45.

Palm Sunday 28 March

10am online Parish Eucharist

11am Family Service with Holy Communion in church
(Please let Nikolaj Christensen know if you are thinking of coming)

6.30pm Evening Prayer in church

Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday

10am Holy Eucharist in church

Maundy Thursday 1 April

7.30pm online: The Liturgy of Maundy Thursday

Good Friday 2 April

2pm online: ‘Turning towards the Darkness’
Meditations for Good Friday
with Reverend Canon Mark Williams *

Holy Saturday 3 April

10am-2pm A Family Easter Egg Trail
from Rose Hill Methodist Church to St Mary’s Iffley

Easter Day 4 April

8am Holy Communion (traditional) in church

10am online Parish Eucharist

6.30pm Holy Eucharist in church

The church will be open throughout Holy Week

* Reverend Canon Mark Williams:
Mark Williams is Emeritus Professor of Clinical Psychology, University of Oxford, and an honorary Canon emeritus of Christ Church, Oxford. His work can be found in Mindfulness: A Practical Guide to Finding Peace in a Frantic World (London, Piatkus, 2011, co-authored with Danny Penman), Mindfulness: Diverse Perspectives on its Meaning, Origins and Application (edited with Jon Kabat-Zinn, Routledge, 2013) and Cry of Pain: understanding suicide and the suicidal mind (Third Edition, Piatkus, 2014). Now retired, Professor Williams continues to teach mindfulness and train health and care professionals. He also gives occasional talks and retreats exploring the interface of mindfulness and Christian spiritual practice.

Updated 28 March.