St Lawrence's

North Hinksey

Who Are We?

St Lawrence is the original parish church for the village of North Hinksey, standing close to the oxen ford that was the western route out of Oxford in medieval times.  It is a medieval building of great simplicity and beauty.  It was damaged during the civil war and has an important memorial to Thomas Willis who died in the siege of Oxford. St Lawrence is part of the North Hinksey with Botley Parish and is run by the North Hinksey with Botley Parochial Church Council.

Sunday Services

The Church is closed for public worship.  Please refer to the right hand menu for details of servicesfrom St Peter & St Paul which will be live on zoom. The clergy are also still available for pastoral conversations, and for funerals. Please contact revclare@btinternet.com for the zoom links. In addition you can access our social media pages for daily news:

Our  Church Facebook pages for prayers, worship information and news

F          SaintsPeterPaulBotley

F          NorthHinkseyChurch

Our Youtube Channel for weekly video reflections . The channel is called The Osney Benefice 

Worth noting

The church is opened daily.

The churchyard is still open for burials in existing graves and is managed to encourage wildlife

The church is heated but currently does not have toilet facilities.

 

The exterior of St. Lawrence

Sunday Service

SUNDAY SERVICE CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
Sunday 7th Mar 11:30am

Services

MONDAY MORNING PRAYER zoom only
Thursday 4th March 9:30am
A welcoming half hour service please contact revclare@btinternet.com for the zoom link
MID WEEK MORNING PRAYER zoom only
Wednesday 3rd March 9:30am
Please contact revclare@btinternet.com for the zoom link
FRIDAY MORNING PRAYER zoom only
Friday 5th March 9:30am
Please contact revclare@btinternet.com for the zoom link