Church of England Parish of Hanborough
Welcome to the Hanborough Parish Website
A Warm Welcome!
Public worship has been suspended across the Benefice of Hanborough and Freeland until further notice. However, our life as a Christian community continues, and we would like to share some of our activities with you here. Please contact a member of our clergy team (see Contacts section), should you wish to join our Sunday morning worship by Zoom. To join our email circulation list, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Oxford Diocese Services - You can also join services at 10.00 am every Sunday morning by following this link to the Oxford Diocesan Livestream. You can catch up at any time.
Thy Kingdom Come is a global prayer movement that invites Christians from around the world to pray, from Ascension to Pentecost, for more people to come to Jesus. There are lots of resources available on the Thy Kingdom Come website, including a Digital Family Prayer Adventure Map.
God Gave Us Hands
The Besom have been extremely busy, providing food to a growing number of people in need within our communities, during the lockdown. Boxes have been set up in Long Hanborough and Freeland for donations of canned and dried foods. For details of where to take your donations please contact email@example.com
The Parish of Hanborough lies approximately 6 miles north-west of Oxford, mid way between the market towns of Woodstock and Witney. This Church of England Parish encompasses two churches: Christ Church in Long Hanborough and St Peter and St Paul in Church Hanborough.
St Peter and St Paul's worship is traditionally Anglican, while Christ Church meets in the local Primary School, Manor School for its morning service, and offers a relaxed informal service including a Sunday School called Focus and Wayfarers and a creche for under 3s. Evening Services are held in Christ Church.
The Parish is part of the Benefice of Hanborough and Freeland which includes St Mary's Church. The Parish is within the Oxford Diocese and the Benefice sits within the Woodstock Deanery.
Hanborough is a village of about 2,500 people. We have a local Church of England Primary School with about 200 children and we are well served by varied local shops, a GPs surgery, many local clubs and societies. In addition to the two Anglican churches in Hanborough there is also a Methodist Church.
Our aim is to bring the love and truth of God to our community and to work with other local churches to do so.
Safeguarding: who to contact in an emergency
If a child or adult is in immediate danger or requires immediate medical attention, call the emergency services on 999. If there are concerns about their immediate welfare, don't delay: call Children and Adult's Social care on 0345 050 7666 or the MASH Out of Hours Emergency Duty Team: 0800 833408. Also please inform your Parish Safeguarding officer, Gill Hunt at firstname.lastname@example.org or via the Rectory on 01993 881270.
Safeguarding: who to contact with concerns
For all safeguarding conerns please immediately inform your Parish Safeguarding Officer, Gill Hunt (email@example.com) or via the Rectory on 01993 881270.
If you are unsure or worried about how serious a situation is, contact one of the The Diocesan Safeguarding Advisers, Stuart Nimmo, on 01865 208290 or Sophie Harney on 01865 208295.
For more information please also refer to our Safeguarding Policy.