Churches

St John the Baptist (C. of E.)

For all queries about services and Church related matters please contact the Vicar, Rev’d Isobel Rathbone

Tel 01225 858677, email  isobel.rathbone@lmh.ox.ac.uk

All Sundays except last Sunday

10:00 am

Eucharist with Children’s Church

 St John The Baptist

Last Sunday

10:00 am

Family Service

Last Sunday

11:30 am

Eucharist

Last Sunday (BCP)

6:30 pm

Batheaston Churches In Partnership Service (see below )

More information from “Batheaston Churches” website

Church Warden

Jane di Marco

858005

Church Warden

Mrs Rosemary Richardson

852608

A leaflet containing details of all the churches’ activities is available from the table in St John the Baptist Church.

St Catherine (C. of E.)

First Sunday of Month

3:00 pm

Evensong

 St Catherines

All Sundays except first Sunday

8:00 am

Eucharist or Morning Prayer

Church Wardens

As above

 

More information from “Batheaston Churches” website

Methodist Church

1st Sunday

8:00am

Holy Communion

 Methodist Church

Other Sundays

10:30am

Morning Worship

Last Sunday (BCP)

6:30 pm

Batheaston Churches In Partnership Service (see below )

Minister – Rev. Rachel Borgars 462426

rachel@borgars.co.uk

More information from “Batheaston Churches” website

Church of the Good Shepherd (R.C.)

Every Sunday

10:00am

Holy Mass

 Church of the Good Sheppard

Weekdays

 

See Noticeboard

Holy Days

7:00 pm

Holy Mass

Last Sunday (BCP)

6:30 pm

Batheaston Churches In Partnership Service (see below )

Contact – John Bloomfield, 2 Northend 858845

More information from “Batheaston Churches” website

Batheaston Churches In Partnership

Batheaston is a pioneer in the ecumenical movement.

The Churches hold a joint service, as noted above, taking turns to host and lead.

Last Sunday

6:30 pm

Batheaston Churches In Partnership Service – Held at St John the Baptist, The Methodist Church and the Church of the Good Shepherd in rotation

There are special occasions – such as Good Friday – when the congregations meet together in procession to each of the churches, followed by a joint service of witness at the top of Little Solsbury.