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St Catherine's Gosfield

All are very welcome to our Sunday services at St Catherine's Church. Visitors will enjoy the rural country setting of this pretty church which is found on Church Road to the West of the village.
St Catherine's Church, Gosfield
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Monthly Sunday services

8:00am
Each Sunday
Holy Communion (1662)
Traditional language, said service, 40 mins.
10:30am
1st, 2nd and 4th Sunday
Sung Communion
Modern language, mixture of hymns, 60 mins. With Childrens group (Starbursts) in School terms
10:30am
3rd Sunday

Family Service :Modern language and liturgy, mixture of hymns/songs, refreshments after the service, 50 mins

6:00pm
1st Sunday

3rd Sunday

Choral Evensong (BCP 1662)
Traditional language and hymns, psalm and canticles, Address, 60 mins.

Sung Communion: Modern language, mixture of hymns, address, 60 mins.

10:00am
5th Sunday
Team Service
Modern language, mixture of hymns, 60 mins. Location moves around the Team.
10:00am
Each Tuesday
Said Communion
Modern language, Address, 40 mins.



Contacts in Gosfield

Vicar:
Revd. Geoff Bayliss, The Vicarage Church Road, Gosfield, Essex CO9 1UD,  

Churchwardens:

PCC Secretary:

The history of Gosfield Church

The first church was built by Aubrey de Vere, third Earl of Oxford, the princely owner of much of north Essex, in 1190. His countess had recently built a convent at Hedingham, and the titles of the new church were given to the nunnery. When Henry VIII suppressed the convent in 1536 he presented the titles to the 15th Earl, known as the good Earl of Oxford’. His effigy in black marble lies in the chancel at Castle Hedingham Parish Church. A more detailed history is available See more details