Services:

(at St Katharine's, unless otherwise stated).  For specific service details click here and for information on our normal pattern of services click here. See also Worship & visitor information .

NB Please remember to check service details again nearer the service date, as details may change.

 

Sunday 12 March

11am Matins (lay led)

Sunday 19 March

9.30am Holy Communion (CW)

Sunday 26 March

11am Mothering Sunday service

 

News/Events

Lent 2017. Salisbury Diocese has produced a little booklet called "Praying Together" for use during Lent this year. Each parish has been given copies of this. We will be bringing copies to Sunday services, so please ask then  for a copy if you'd like one.

Easter Services. For details see "Diary dates" page.

Annual meetings - Sunday 23rd April after the 11am service. If you feel you might like to serve, either as a churchwarden or a PCC member, please contact the PCC Secretary either by email st-katharines@savernaketeam.com

or speak to her in church on Sunday.

St Katharine's Bells Restoration: Re-Commissioning Service.

Sunday 17 September at 11am. A special service to celebrate the return to use of our bells following the restoration work.

 

A Hidden Treasure

 

Set in beautiful Savernake  Forest, the parish of St Katharine’s comprises various farms, small hamlets and isolated houses. The church's congregation is more widely based, as it has drawn people from the surrounding area who enjoy St Katharine's Church's beautiful surroundings and less frenetic atmosphere.

Next door, the thriving primary school also serves a far larger area than the parish and has a very warm relationship with the church.

The Victorian building is a fine example of an "Oxford Movement" church.  Please see the "About St Katharine's" and "History of St Katharine's Church" pages for more information about our church.

This hidden treasure is worth a journey – you will find a warm welcome. Please click here for location details.

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St Katharine's Bells Restoration Appeal

We are delighted to report that our fundraising has reached our preliminary target and work has now begun on the restoration of our bells. Thank you very much indeed to all of you who have so generously contributed to this appeal. 

The first phase of the work has now started. Our contractor, Whites of Appleton, has removed the bells and sent them to Whitechapel Foundry for repair and retuning. Work is expected to be completed at the end of the summer. There will be a special recommissioning service, led by the Bishop of Ramsbury, on Sunday 17th September at 11am to celebrate the return to working order of the bells.

Meanwhile, it will be necessary to close access to the church and churchyard periodically during the work for safety reasons. Please look out for the closure signs and do as requested.

 

Savernake Team newsheet - see Readings & other materials page.

Our email address is st-katharines@savernaketeam.com

Baptisms, Weddings & Funerals

(2016)

Baptisms: We are delighted to welcome these new members of our church, whose baptisms took place at St Katharine's in 2016:

Weddings: The following weddings took place:

We wish the couples every blessing and happiness as they begin this new chapter in their lives as husband and wife.

Funerals & Thanksgiving Services:

Lectures, Courses, etc

 

Courses & events at Sarum College  For information on courses and events at Sarum College go to Sarum College's website (www.sarum.ac.uk).

 

For more information on lectures, courses, appeals & other information please see the Readings & other materials page