This was written by Jason and inspired by Witney Inter-Church Singers concert "Dreaming of a Holy Night" on 11 December:This was written by Jason and inspired by Witney Inter-Church Singers concert "Dreaming of a Holy Night" on 11 DAaaaaWaterwwwwwswwwasdfaSSermon
COVID-19 UPDATE - 4 Jan 2021
Further to the latest Government advice on the coronavirus pandemic, and the fact that the country will be in LOCKDOWN restrictions from 6 January, the Church will unfortunately be closed for Sunday morning services until restrictions are eased again later in the year
NOTE: Other than when the Sunday morning services resume, the Church remains CLOSED with no access for groups, toilets or baby-changing rooms, until further notice
Witney Congregational Church meets on-line!
From Sunday February 7th we start an on-line service using Zoom every Sunday morning where you can join from 10.15 with the service starting at 10.30
This is FREE to users, as the church has purchased a subscription
To join in, you need a computer, laptop, tablet, iPhone or android (smart) phone
Search for Zoom - and follow the instructions. Once you have set yourself up, you will be able to JOIN A MEETING - as it is called - using the codes sent to you by email & will be the same every time
On Wednesday mornings there are reflections from 10.30-11.00 but the meeting is open both before and after this time, and have different codes and also sent to you by email
Please join us, and if you need help, contact David on email@example.com - but not ten minutes before the service starts!
You do not have to speak or have yourself visible - you can just listen and only join in if you feel comfortable and confident
We hope you enjoy exploring our website
Witney Congregational Church is an independent fellowship. Though we are independent we are not on our own. There are another 259 Congregational Churches who belong to the Congregational Federation.
Our congregation has its roots in the dissenting tradition. In 1662 a law came into force that demanded that ministers and congregations conformed to the Prayer book. 2000 ministers refused to do so and many suffered financial and physical deprivations because they were true to conscience. These ministers and their congregations were committed to believers gathering together in faith to follow Jesus Christ and to walk in his way.
Our congregation has wandered from place to place for over 358 years. Our present church building is at the crossroads of Welch Way and the High Street in the centre of the thriving market town of Witney. For us the church is not a building but consists of the people who gather for worship and live their faith wherever they are. We are a community of sixty people who have promised each other that we will walk together in faith following Jesus. We want to show our love for Jesus through the way that we love one another and care for our community. We are not perfect but a people in the making. If you are looking for a church family please come and visit us.
Witney Congregational Church, 4 Welch Way, Witney, OX28 6JF Map
For all general enquiries please call the Church office on 01993 709992 or email:
Denominationally, we’re linked to the Congregational Federation.
You can learn more about them here.
the time is now
The April & May 2021 Edition of Cornerstone
is available for viewing