..... to the churches of Claverdon, Wootton Wawen and Preston Bagot, three country parishes in south Warwickshire.  There is always a lot going on here - enjoy our Churches of Arden website, and better still come and visit us in person!

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  During May, the Diocese took up the Archbishop of Canterbury's Challenge: to unite the country in prayer between Acension and Pentecost, just as Christ's disciples had united in prayer whilst awaiting the coming of the Holy Spirit. 

 Bishops Christopher, John, David and Jonathan led walking pilgrimages throughout the Diocese, with Bishop John leading the Western Route.  Three stages of his route came through Ullenhall, Henley in Arden, Wootton Wawen and then on to Wolverton.

Preston Bagot 12 May 2016

  Some of the walkers leaving All Saints, Preston Bagot, Church en route for Wootton Wawen, after leaving St. Nicholas' Church, Henley in Arden.

 The following day, some fifteen people left St. Peter's Church, Wootton Wawen to make the cross-country journey, via Langley, to Wolverton Church.

Wootton Wawen 13 May 2016

Walkers leaving St. Peter's Church, Wootton Wawen en route for Wolverton.


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The Church of England has a long tradition of daily prayer which embraces the three key elements of thinking about God's goodness and giving thanks to Him, reading God's word in the Bible, and praying to ask for God's intervention in our lives and the lives of others.  The Anglican Common Worship Daily Prayer book provides a pattern of worship used throughout the country in cathedrals, parish churches, small groups, and by individuals. Go to the links below to join in this daily pattern of prayer.




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