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A time for caution,
but not for fear.

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A message from the Vicar

I am pleased to announce that the doors of Tewkesbury Abbey are open once again.

Our daily opening times are:   

9.00 – 13.00

We have placed your safety at the heart of our planning: please follow our directions and procedures.

Our pre-recorded services will continue and are available from this page and from  here  along with our congregational pastoral care scheme here and outreach through Tewkesbury Community Response here

Lower down this page you will find resources for prayer including our online prayer tree so that you can add your prayers to ours.

To protect their jobs, we have had to furlough many members of staff.  Along with volunteers stepping up to help maintain our organisational life, we have continued to employ some staff to protect the Abbey as it continues to be an icon of hope, ensure our financial life and maintain important communications.

Many requests have been received on how to continue to give and we are very grateful for your thoughtfulness and continued generosity.  If you would like to support the Abbey immediately, you can donate by sending a cheque payable to: Tewkesbury Abbey PCC, Tewkesbury Abbey Office, Church Street, Tewkesbury, GL20 5RZ, or by using Virgin Money Giving – here 

Hallelujah, on we go!

The Reverend Canon Paul Williams,Vicar of Tewkesbury

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The Abbey has resumed limited public worship.
Morning Prayer is said daily in the Lady Chapel at 9am.
Evening Prayer is said on Sundays at 4pm in the Lady Chapel.
Holy Communion services are held at the following times:
Wednesday at 12.30 pm 
Sunday at 10.30am
In line with Government and Church of England guidance, face coverings are now required in the Abbey, whether you are visiting or attending a service.
More information about what attending Holy Communion services will be like is available here  

Information about attending the Eucharist during COVID 19

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Praying at Home Booklet

for the period from 6 September to 22 November (Christ the King)

The booklet includes how to say Morning and Evening Prayer
each day from home,
a short version of the Office, some extended prayers for the world,
a Spiritual Communion service,
Collects and readings for the weeks ahead, and Compline.

Click here to download the booklet.

 Prayer Tree

Join your prayers with ours. If you would like us to pray for you, someone you know or an issue that is concerning you click here and use the form to send us your prayer. Prayers left here will be included at our evening service.