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Update about public worship 5th November 2020

As we enter a second lockdown we are once again asked to suspend public worship in order to protect one another. However this time our church can remain open for private prayer. Here in Bodicote we are lucky that are church can be open every day from 9am-4pm. Please continue to strictly follow government guidelines regarding social distancing and congregating etc.

Sarah is offering morning prayer at 8.30am on Mondays and evening prayer at 4pm on Fridays via the medium of Zoom. If you would like to join her please email her for the lin

We now have our own QR code on the porch noticeboard (and also in church house), which you can use in addition to the contact details we take, if you wish to do so.

The following still applies (5/11/20) apart from opening hours will now be 9am – 4pm for the winter months.

Bodicote Church HomeThe church of St John the Baptist has been a key part of Bodicote for over 800 years, supporting the community and allowing people to worship God through prayer and services. We welcome all people of all ages who want to join us or find out more about the Anglican faith.

The church holds regular prayer and discussion groups, special services for toddlers, children and young adults, have an enthusiastic choir and is an integral part of Bishop Loveday Church of England primary school.

Please take a look around our site and feel free to contact us if you have any questions or would like to know more.

You can contact Rev Sarah Sharp using the details below:

The Reverend Sarah Sharp
The Vicarage
2 The Rydes
Bodicote
OX15 4EJ
 
01295 250282                 s550sharp@outlook.com
 
 
 
Accessibility and toilet facilities

Unfortunately, at the present time, the church does not have a toilet. We use the ones in church house, adjacent to the church. (where there is also an accessible toilet) during services and events – at other times it is sometimes hired by other groups so cannot be accessed. Access to Church House is up one step. There is s freestanding ramp in the entrance porch which can be used for assistance when necessary.

The church building itself has to be accessed down one step. We do have freestanding ramps to assist wheelchair users, located just behind the entrance door.

Safeguarding

Please use the drop down menu to access our safeguarding policy and Promoting a Safer Church statement, together with local details of who to contact in case of a safeguarding concern.