Church of The Holy Rood Daglingworth Gloucestershire

GL7 7AQ

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Who we are

The Ermin West Benefice is made up of seven parishes, nine churches and fifteen villages or hamlets in a lovely area of the Cotswolds, between Gloucester and Cirencester, Gloucestershire.

The Benefice is named after the old Roman road "Ermin Way", to-day the A417, which forms the northen border of the benefice.

The following parishes make up The Ermin West Benefice:

St. Michael & All Angels, Brimpsfield with St. Mary-in-Hamlet, Birdlip Church of The Holy Rood, Daglingworth St. Peter's, Duntisbourne Abbots with St. Michael's, Duntisbourne Rous St. Mary's, Edgeworth St. Andrew's, Miserden St. Mary the Virgin, Syde St. Bartholomew's, Winstone

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Church of The Holy Rood
Church Lane
Daglingworth, Gloucestershire GL7 7AQ
United Kingdom
Phone: 01285 885509
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Church Pastor

Rev Valerie Thorne
Rev Valerie Thorne
Incumbent
Church Lane
Daglingworth, Gloucestershire GL7 7AQ
United Kingdom
Phone: 01285 821040
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Church of England



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I was inducted as the Rector of The Ermin West Benefice on the 23 September 2012. Before training for the Ministry at Wycliffe College in Oxford (2007-2009) I worshipped at Withington and Northleach. My curacies in the Tyndale Benefice (Wotton under Edge) and the Sodbury Vale Benefice (Chipping Sodbury) confirmed my belief in the value of the rural church. I am therefore delighted to be in my present post.   Edit
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Church of The Holy Rood Service Times

Sunday Service Pattern for Church of The Holy Rood, Daglingworth Week

1st Sunday 10.00 a.m. Morning Praise
2nd Sunday 10.00 a.m. Benefice Service. See Services for location
3rd Sunday 11.00 a.m. Holy Communion
4th Sunday 10.00 a.m. Morning Prayer
5th Sunday 10.00 a.m Benefice Service. See Services for location

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Church of The Holy Rood History

The church has Saxon origins, visible in the stonework of the south wall. A Saxon arch leads from the porch to the nave, with a Saxon sun dial over it. These are now inside the porch, which was added in the 15th century, along with the tower. The porch is entered through a Norman arch, which seems to have been moved from the west wall, when the tower was added.

In Victorian times, the north aisle was added and the chancel was rebuilt, retaining and restoring the Norman chancel arch.

The most notable feature of the church is the four Saxon carvings, which are now set into the walls of the nave and aisle, having been found embedded in the chancel arch when it was restored. They are of fine workmanship and are well preserved.

Another unusual feature is the small carving of a “Green Man” on the side of the font. The font dates from the 15th century, but the Green Man was a fertility symbol with pre-Christian origins, and appears in various medieval churches.

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The power of Christian prayer Help my unbelief
Dear God, help my unbelief. When I'm in pain, I forget that you care about me. I forget that you have helped me through my trials. I forget that you hold me in your arms to keep me safe. I forget that you are feeling my pain with me. I forget that you love me, I forget that I am important to you. Show me your presence - let me feel your enveloping love. Heal my hurting soul. Thank you for staying with me even in my unbelief.
Church of The Holy Rood listing was last updated on the 28th of October, 2019
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