As social distancing is no longer mandatory you will not be required to book a seat and will be free to sit where you wish to. However, you may still be asked to sign in, use sanitiser provided and to respect the space of other worshippers, if that is their wish. You may still be expected to wear face coverings, but during the service you may sing hymns, and speak responses as normal, although books may not be provided. The retiring collection will remain, hand shaking, and hugging are still discouraged to minimise contact. This cautious approach is in line with advice from the Connexion.
The churches of St Mary's Parish Church, Hardwick and Weedon Methodist Church have taken the step of forming a Local Ecumenical Partnership,
building on many years of good relationships between the congregations. This was marked by a special service on the 29th November 2009 which was jointly led by the Rev Peter Hancock, who was Chair of the Northampton Methodist District and the Bishop of Buckingham.
Attractively situated in a picturesque village overlooking the Aylesbury Vale, the well appointed church with its oak pews, panelled communion area and and two stained glass windows (one depicting the Last Supper) is often described as a 'haven of peace'.
All the Services taking place within the LEP are listed above, you will be made very welcome at any of these services.
It is a very popular venue for weddings and fully opened up can hold up to 150 people. Its lawns surrounded by trees and shrubs make an ideal setting for photo calls.
Weedon is situated just north of Aylesbury between the A413 and the A418.
There is adequate parking on the road in front of the church , disabled access and toilet.