Welcome to the website of the

Parish Church of St. Peter & St. Paul, St. Osyth, Essex

"SERVING GOD THROUGH LOVE, WORSHIP AND WITNESS"

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This is a church of great historical interest and has at its heart the Christian faith. The history of the church runs in parallel with that of St. Osyth Priory. A guide to the building and a brief history of the church is available on this website and in the church should you choose to visit us.

We welcome worshippers and visitors to our church from the local community, the UK and the world.

We hope that you will find the information you need on this website. It includes details of our services, a diary, our activities and past events. If you cannot find what you are looking for then please do make contact with us by clicking on the CONTACTS button above. Better still, if you and your family and friends are able to visit us, you will find a very warm welcome awaits you.

We look forward to seeing you.

Revd. Sharon Miles, Priest in Charge.

LATEST NEWS

Revd Eddie Howson ordained to the Priesthood

Parishoners from St. Osyth and Brightlingsea came together on the evening of 24th June as Revd Eddie Howson presided at the Eucharist for the first time following his ordination to the Priesthood at St. Nicolas Church, Harwich on Sunday 22nd June. Revd Eddie thanks all those who supported him on both occasions and also those who sent cards and contributed to the gift of triple oil stocks and case.

Sharon Miles, Priest in Charge, St.Osyth presents Revd Eddie with a triple oil stock and case, a gift from the St. Osyth church family to mark this special occasion.

 

Below is our Clergy Team;

Asst'. Priest Revd Heather Connoll, Revd Sharon Miles and Curate, Revd.Eddie Howson

Details of our regular church services can be found on the WORSHIP page. To see what events are planned, please visit the DIARY PAGE. You can read Revd. Sharon's latest article in the ST OSYTH NEWS magazine by going to the PARISH MAGAZINE PAGE.

DISABLED ACCESS

Level access is available. Wheelchair users please note however that the doorway via this entrance is only 25 inches wide. Otherwise access is through the two main entrance doors which both have a short step.

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