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About the Congregations
The large variation in size and make-up of the village communities in the benefice has led to the development of a distinctive ministry in each parish. Worship styles range from informal and evangelical to more traditional worship. There are three fresh expression congregations with a Café or a Messy Church focus. Though each parish has a distinctive style of worship, there is a common goal to worship God and share his love. Most people worship in their own parish church but the range of worship provides a choice that allows different styles to flourish. The ‘flavours’ of church can be best summed up as:
St Mary’s, Haddenham: Open Evangelical with openness to renewal.
St John the Baptist, Stone: Mixed tradition.
St Peter and St Paul, Dinton: Mixed tradition.
St Nicholas’, Cuddington: Open Evangelical.
St Nicholas’, Kingsey: Rural BCP with a Café church.
St Michael and All Angels, Aston Sandford: Mixed tradition.