Sunday Worship 31 January 2021

Welcome everyone to our  Sunday Service,
We are celebrating the Season of Epiphany.
This is a time in the year when we reflect on how the message of Jesus is for all people and on our own calling as Christians to practical action in prayer and deeds.

Live Zoom Service
Our main service will be a live interactive service conducted on Zoom.
The service will start at 10.00am but feel free to join from 9.45 onwards to gather and meet. 
All the words and music you will need will come up on the screen.
Please join the Zoom Service by clicking here



  • Online only services are likely to continue through February.  The PCC will be formally making a decision on this next week
  • The website has been updated to include details on marking Lent at home see here
  • We also have details of our extended Lent course running from Candlemas to Pentecost Reimagining our World. Details here
  • Tuesday is also the Feast of Candlemas. Click here to find Salisbury Cathedral's Service and here for the national church's service.
  • Collection boxes for the Salisbury Foodbank are in each church porch.  
    The request list this week is for instant mash potato, long-life fruit juice, sponge puddings, bars of chocolate and financial support (click here to donate to the food bank)

    (They have plenty of cereal, pasta, tea, pasta sauce, tinned soup, timmed vegetables, biscuits & snacks and baked beans).
  • Telephone Readings and Sermon
    Do tell any friends who cannot access the internet that they can phone 01722 448 205 to hear today's reading and sermon.  

The Offertory
Whilst our planned giving by standing orders has remained steady during the pandemic we have had a serious decline in other giving,  primarily because people are unable to give at service. In particular if you usually give through the envelope scheme and are behind with this please consider coming up to date by sending a cheque to Antony our treasurer (see below).

We all give according to our means, some more and some less, but do note that to break even as a parish we need to raise about £1000 per member of our congregation per year, which gives us all a baseline to measure our more or less from.

If you would like to give a thank you offering for the work of our Parish
you can do so securely by clicking
here or on the Give a Little Icon.  .  

Alternatively cheques can be sent to our Treasurer Antony Wells North Farm House, Great Durnford, Salisbury SP46AZ made payable to 'Woodford Valley PCC'.

Recorded Service

The recording of our 10.00am service will be available here following the service, and is available for 1 week.


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