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Turville Fingest Frieth Fawley Medmenham U.R.C.

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Walker's caf
e 5.2.17

Rogation Prayer Walk 7.5.16
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Vintage Tractor run 15.5.16

Palm Sunday 20.3.16
with Mingle the pony

Short Palm Sunday video

Photos from the open-air Valley Eucharist at Fingest on 3rd August 2014 with special remembrance of the start of WW1
with artwork by children of the
Turville Holiday Scheme.

Jill Dean

Palm Sunday procession 13.4.2014 with donkeys Dilly and Daphne

some Lynne Tracey


Some seasonal pics.
taken by William Jackson and Sue Brice





Tractor blessing at Fingest 15.5.16   Click for short videos:

What's on this month at Fingest Church?
services in bold are at this church

Every third Tuesday at 10.30am, there is a short service of
'Silent Reflections'
for dates please see Calendar

Sunday 4 Mar

Valley Choral Eucharist, Here.
Oasis in Lent with speaker, Frieth

Friday 9 Mar

Footprints, Medmenham

Sunday 11 Mar

Holy Communion.
Lent Evensong with speaker, Turville.

Sunday 18 Mar

Holy Communion.
Lent Evensong with speaker, Fawley.

Sunday 25 Mar

Palm Sunday procession followed by
All-age Service, Turville.
Lent Evensong with speaker, Here.

Monday 26 Mar

8pm Compline and Meditation, Fawley

Tues 27 Mar

8pm Compline and Meditation, Medmenham

Wed 28 Mar

8pm Compline and Meditation, Here

Thurs 29 Mar

7pm Holy Communion and stripping
the altar, Hambleden.

Fri 30 Mar

2pm The Last Hour at the Cross, Hambleden.

Sunday 1 Apr


Family Communion with Egg Hunt.

Parish Review Achievable Targets

        To build on the success of Easter & Christmas services within the village by personally inviting the people in the community to all special services and church based events.

        To promote community events which attract the village into the church and its environs, such as teas, churchyard cleanup, and church spring cleaning 

        To explore the church layout with a view to improving the welcome and providing some community and contemplative space


No wedding in Fingest is supposed to be lucky unless the bridegroom lifts his bride over the Church gate when leaving after the ceremony. The gate is tied up with ribbon so the newly wedded couple cannot get through it, while all their relatives, friends and villagers gather round to watch the old custom being duly observed.

29.1.2012 Candlemas Evensong with preacher Karen Gorham
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Hymns recorded at Valley Choral Eucharist:
All my hope on God is founded
Lord of all hopefulness

Listen to the bell before
open-air Choral Eucharist 5.8.07

Photos from the Prayer Walk
 with Bishop John

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Stained glass


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