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Holy Week 2021

Maundy Thursday (1 April)

The Triduum – the three most holy days – begins on Thursday evening, marked by a live broadcast Eucharist from St Margaret’s Church at 8pm.

Online

7:30am Morning Prayer

From Common Worship: Daily Prayer. No order of service required – the text will be displayed onscreen.


5:30pm Evening Prayer

From Common Worship: Daily Prayer. No order of service required – the text will be displayed onscreen.


8:00pm Liturgy of Maundy Thursday

A live broadcast of the Maundy Thursday Eucharist from St Margaret’s Church, including a homily from our guest preacher, Fr Charlie Annis nCR.

If you missed the service, you can watch it below (it is followed by approximately one hour of the watch).


In person

St Margaret’s Church will be open for the Maundy Thursday Watch after the service, if you would like to pray at the altar of repose before the blessed sacrament between 9pm and midnight.

Please let Daniel know if this is something you would like to do.

Also, our small (6 attendees maximum) services of Holy Communion continue on Maundy Thursday at both St Giles’ and St Margaret’s.

For service times, details and how to book, please see our “Holy Week In-Person” page:


To see what is coming up for the rest of Holy Week, take a look at our overview:

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Wednesday of Holy Week (31 March)

On Wednesday we have our first opportunity to meet our guest speaker, Fr Charlie, on Zoom from 8pm, as well as the third of his Evening Prayer addresses. Read on for more…

Online

7:30am Morning Prayer

From Common Worship: Daily Prayer. No order of service required – the text will be displayed onscreen.


5:30pm Evening Prayer with address

From St Giles’ Church, with an address from our guest speaker, Fr Charlie nCR.

To watch the service, please visit the St Giles’ Church YouTube channel from 5:30pm this evening:

(Note that this will remain available to view afterwards, if you are unavailable to watch when it is first broadcast).


8:00pm Zoom discussion with Fr Charlie

A chance to discuss the themes and ideas that have arisen from Fr Charlie’s Holy Week addresses so far (don’t worry if you haven’t had chance to watch all of them yet!).

If you would like to attend and have not had the Zoom invite link yet, please e-mail Daniel (dgtwalters@outlook.com).


In person

Our small (6 attendees maximum) services of Holy Communion continue throughout Holy Week at both St Giles’ and St Margaret’s.

For service times, details and how to book (which is essential for anyone who would like to attend), please see our “Holy Week In-Person” page:


To see what is coming up for the rest of Holy Week, take a look at our overview:

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Tuesday of Holy Week (30 March)

Our principal event on Tuesday is again our Evening Prayer with address from our guest speaker, Fr Charlie. Read on for more…

Online

7:30am Morning Prayer

From Common Worship: Daily Prayer. No order of service required – the text will be displayed onscreen.


5:30pm Evening Prayer with address

From St Giles’ Church, with an address from our guest speaker, Fr Charlie nCR.

To watch the service, please visit the St Giles’ Church YouTube channel from 5:30pm this evening:

(Note that this will remain available to view afterwards, if you are unavailable to watch when it is first broadcast).


In person

Because there were no pre-bookings for Tuesday, there will be no in-person services on that day.

However, our small (6 attendees maximum) services of Holy Communion will continue throughout Holy Week at both St Giles’ and St Margaret’s.

For service times, details and how to book (which is essential for anyone who would like to attend), please see our “Holy Week In-Person” page:


To see what is coming up for the rest of Holy Week, take a look at our overview:

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Monday of Holy Week (29 March)

Our principal event on Monday is our Evening Prayer with address from our guest speaker, Fr Charlie. Read on for more…

Online

7:30am Morning Prayer

From Common Worship: Daily Prayer. No order of service required – the text will be displayed onscreen.


5:30pm Evening Prayer with address

From St Giles’ Church, with an address from our guest speaker, Fr Charlie nCR.

You can watch the service below:


8:00pm Compline

Via Zoom – please contact Sian Gronlie if you would like to take part.


In person

Because there are no pre-bookings for Monday, there will be no in-person services on that day.

However, our small (6 attendees maximum) services of Holy Communion will continue throughout Holy Week at both St Giles’ and St Margaret’s.

For service times, details and how to book, please see our “Holy Week In-Person” page:


To see what is coming up for the rest of Holy Week, take a look at our overview:

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Palm Sunday (28 March)

Please see below for opportunities to participate in Holy Week on Palm Sunday, both online and in-person.

In person

Our small (6 attendees maximum) services of Holy Communion throughout Holy Week begin on Palm Sunday at both St Giles’ and St Margaret’s.

For service times, details and how to book, please see our “Holy Week In-Person” page (please note that pre-booking is required, and services will only take place where there are bookings):


Online

7:30am Morning Prayer

From Common Worship: Daily Prayer. No order of service required – the text will be displayed onscreen.


10:30am Liturgy of Palm Sunday

This is the principal service for Palm Sunday, and is pre-recorded this year.

As always, this a special joint benefice service, this year beginning at St Giles’ and moving to St Margaret’s.


3:00pm Teen Discussion

Our guest speaker, Fr Charlie will join us via Zoom to chat to young people about his vocation. We’ll be exploring what it means to be a young person in our church communities and in the wider Church of England.

This event is open to all our teens (13-18 years old) from across the benefice. Please contact Eva for more details and to request an invite: eva@stmargaretsoxford.org


CANCELLED: 6:00pm BCP Evening Prayer

Unfortunately this service has had to be cancelled at short notice.


6:30pm Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater

A live-streamed liturgical concert from St Giles’ Church.


To see what is coming up for the rest of Holy Week, take a look at our overview:

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Holy Week details now available

The details for our joint benefice Holy Week programme, both online and in-person, are now available from this website – either use the menu at the top or the button below: