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Holy Week 2021

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:

One reply on “Palm Sunday (28 March)”

Thanks a lot for having us take part in Morning Prayer, starting on Palm Sunday towards the Feast of Resurrection.
May God bless you richly.
Marie-France ML.

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