ST Mary Magdalene’s Church, Tingewick, hosted cream teas alongside a variety of exhibitions and displays on Easter Sunday and Monday.
An exhibition of prayer books to celebrate the 350th anniversary of the Book of Common Prayer included a Book of Common Prayer dated 1681, containing State Prayers for James II.
There were also a display of Christening robes, a flower display and exhibitions by the Winslow & District Art Society and the Tingewick Historical Society.
On Monday and Tuesday, June 4 and 5, the church is set to join in the village Diamond Jubilee celebrations with an Open Church Flower Festival.
This will include another chance to see the excellent Trades Of Tingewick exhibition from the historical society.