St Stephen & St Agnes Church

Making God's Love Known In Windsor

Welcome!

Celtic prayer

 Celtic Cross

7.30 p.m. Sunday 19 March 2017

Evening of Celtic worship, with prayers and hymns from the Iona Community.

Stations of the Cross 

Stations of the Cross



7.30 p.m. Every Monday in Lent. 

Meditations on the fourteen stations of the Cross. Walk with Christ as he carries his Cross from his Condemnation by Pontius Pilate to his Crucifixion on the hill of Golgotha. 



Regular Sunday worship

10 a.m. Sung Eucharist. Common Worship (1 hour).

10 a.m. All Age Eucharist. First Sunday of the month (1 hour).

Church of England



Come join us!

For in Christ Jesus you are all children of God through faith. There is no longer Jew or Greek, there is no longer slave or free, there is no longer male and female; for all of you are one in Christ Jesus!
—Galatians 3. 26, 28.

You are welcome to join us at St Stephen and St Agnes, regardless of race or gender or sexuality. We are part of the Church of England and our worship style is modern catholic: this means the service uses contemporary English, but still has ritual and incense (‘smells and bells’). Services finish with Fairtrade tea and coffee, or a glass of sherry if that is what you prefer. There is a Fairtrade stall selling a variety of goods from Traidcraft (chocolate, biscuits, tea, coffee, rice, Christmas cards later in the year, etc.)

Congregation

There is a Sunday School at the 10 a.m. service. There are areas in the church that make it easy for parents with prams or people in wheelchairs to join the worship.  Our congregation age ranges from babies to 98-year-olds.  On the first Sunday of the month, we have a family service with home-baked cakes.  Study and discussion groups are available throughout the year with special courses run during Advent and Lent.

St Stephen and St Agnes is part of the New Windsor Team Ministry, which includes Holy TrinityWindsor Parish Church of St John the Baptist, and All Saints.

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