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Harvest Festival

This year’s Harvest Thanksgiving is on Sunday, 6th October. The service at St Nicolas Church (10:45) will be followed by a Harvest Lunch in the Church at 12:30. A hot main meal will be provided followed by our legendary fruit crumbles. £10 per head and all profits will go towards …

A Unique Opportunity

Many people in our Church congregation will remember Lucy-Anne Taylor who is now a PhD student in Archaeology and Music at Southampton University. What you may not know is that she has been doing some fascinating research on Anglo-Saxon Wind Instruments including examples from Taeppa’s Mound in Taplow. We are …

Vicar’s Summer Message

Breath of Summer Creator Godwho breathed this world into being,who is discernible within the harmony of nature, the perfection of a butterfly’s wing,the grandeur of a mountain range,the soaring eagle and humming bird,thank you for this world which you have created. Dear friends The summer is already flowing past at speed. I pray that …

Heritage Open Day

On Wednesday 18th September from 12.00 to 3.00 p.m., in conjunction with our Open Wednesday, we will be participating in this year’s Heritage Open Days. https://www.heritageopendays.org.uk/visiting/event/taplow-from-the-anglosaxons-to-2019#

Vicar’s Seasonal Message

Dear friends Henri Nouwen, a Belgian Jesuit priest, has long been one of my favourite 20thcentury writers, with his wonderful grasp of God’s amazing love.  He’s been an inspiration to many over the past 50 years and yet he himself struggled with tremendous feelings of inadequacy.  Like many of the best theologians …

The Sisters of Burnham Abbey need help!

The Sisters at Burnham Abbey are once again urgently looking for the person out there who enjoys being a ‘home-maker’ – planning and serving meals for 7-10 people and general care of the kitchen, washing up etc. Would you or someone you know, enjoy working alongside the community in a quiet and …

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