This Sunday we continued with our
Summer Term Sermon Series looking
at ‘Jesus’ and Andrew preached on the subject of
‘Jesus and the pivot of history’.
The readings were
Acts 1: 1-5 & Isaiah 40: 21-23
If you’d like to listen or listen again to
this or previous sermons
please follow the Link to sermons
Our services Sunday 3rd August
9.00am Holy Communion,
10:30am Bacon Butties & All Age Service
As it is the first Sunday of the Month there
is no evensong at St. Giles’
The Coffee Shop will reduce its opening times over the summer.
From week beginning 28th July we will open on Wednesday and Friday mornings only from 9am – 12noon. We will be
back to normal opening from 9th Sept.
The Summer Magazine
For a copy click on the link below
Church Magazine Summer 2014
Monday 4th August 2014
The lamps are going out all over Europe, we shall not see them lit again in our lifetime.
Sir Edward Grey, Foreign Secretary, uttered these words on the eve of Britain officially entered the First World War. Exactly 100 years later the Royal British Legion are inviting us to join together in a national moment of reflection.
The village is coming together to
commemorate the outbreak of
World War I, we are holding a procession and candlelit vigil.
The procession to St Giles’ will start at the Village Centre. Following the short Memorial Compline service transport will be provided back to the village.
9.00pm Village Centre, Rogers Lane
10 p.m. St Giles’Church, Church Lane SL2 4NZ
11.00 pm approx return to village
Grand Day Out Saturday 20th Sept
A chance for the whole diocese to get together in Oxford. For full information about the day see Grand Day Out. Booking is required so contact the church office – a group will be going from
We’d love to help you…
If you are looking at one of the following please follow the links below or contact the church office.
Personal Prayer Healing
Hiring St Andrew’s
If you’d like to help us…
If you have some time to help regularly or
now and again we’d love to hear from you.
Click on the areas below to find out more
Reapers – Maintaining our grounds
Dusters - Keeping St Giles beautiful
Coffee Shop – Come and be a Barista
Sunday Team - Join a Sunday Coffee team
Bell ringing – Learn to ring a peal
Financial Support …. and lots more
Contact the church office to volunteer
Farewell to Bishop John 28th Sept
There will be no evening service on Sunday 28th September but the Deanery are going to be gathering at St. Andrew’s Wraysbury to say goodbye to Bishop John. This event starts at 4pm with a service followed by a hog roast and bbq. Numbers are required for catering purposes by the 1st September. Please contact the Church Office if you would like to attend.