The historic Church of St. Peter and St. Paul is the Parish Church of Deddington. It is open daily from 8:30am to 5pm.
All are welcome to visit the churches and attend any of the services in Deddington or at St. John the Evangelist, Hempton.
|Every 10:30 Sunday service is broadcast live via ChurchTV.
We also share our Midday Prayers at 12.40 every weekday lasting about 10-15 minutes, Evening Prayers every weekday evening at 18:00, the Wednesday Eucharist at 10am and the 8am Sunday Holy Communion service.
We also broadcast as many other services and events as we can throughout the year.
If you cannot join us in person then please feel free to join the service online.
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Commemorating the start of the First World War
Friends of Deddington Church
Floodlight Sponsorship Scheme
Why not celebrate or commemorate a special occasion or loved one's anniversary by sponsoring our beautiful and spectacular Church floodlighting? The cost is £25.00 per whole week's illumination and your details will be acknowledged on Church notice boards, Deddington online and in parish publications (or you may wish to remain anonymous).
For further details please contact Julie Goodman on 01869 338829 or email email@example.com Sponsorship forms are available from St Peter and St Paul Church, Deddington or can be downloaded here.
FODC thanks the Deddington Parish Council for their 50% subsidy of the floodlighting costs.
Patrons of the Living are the Dean & Chapter of Windsor and the Bishop of Oxford jointly.
The Parish Church is also an important focal point for a variety of village activities such as choral and orchestral concerts, drama productions, music workshops, craft fairs and markets. Its amenities - including modern kitchen, disabled, ladies and gentlemen's toilets, a loop system for the hard of hearing - make it ideal for such purposes.
Refreshments are usually available at all such functions as well as after every 10.30am Sunday service.
For the archive of recorded services since Autumn 2009 please click here.