Bats!

Bats: ‘No bats were harmed in the making of these improvements’. We have been very grateful for the expertise and advice of Steven Heath and the Oxfordshire Bat Group during the building work and it is a pleasure to announce that they will be hosting an illustrated talk by Phil Parker on the ‘Norfolk Bats in Churches Project’ at St. Michael’s on February 22nd at 7.30pm.

All welcome.

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The Reformation

  The Reformation: What was it? Why was it important? What does it mean for us? A talk for the 500th anniversary by local author Nick Page Thursday 8 February, 7.30pm St Andrew’s Church, Tea/coffee provided. All are very welcome.  

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Taize Service

Please note that our Taize service on 3 Dec is being absorbed into St Michael’s Advent Evensong service which starts at 6.30pm. This Advent service will include Taize-style prayers, so please come along and enjoy this special opportunity to start the Advent season. Next year’s Taize services will continue monthly and will always be on…

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Viviace, Cumnor Community choir

will be joined by our brand new children’s choir for an evening of Songs from the Shows and Festive Songs and Readings. November 25th 7-30pm at the Old School Admission free. Retiring collection to support the choirs and the church building project. Do come and support your local choirs!  Enquiries voireyc@aol.com.

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Progressive Supper – Saturday 18th November

Tickets £15.00 per person If you have attended on previous occasions you will know that we are combining fund raising for St Michael’s Church with an enjoyable social evening. The Progressive Supper provides participants with the opportunity of enjoying the company of others and making new friends.  We will endeavour to minimise the travelling –…

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Harvest Festival

This Sunday, 9.30am at St Andrew’s and 11am at St Michael’s, we celebrate our Harvest Festival! All welcome. Please bring non-perishable goods to donate to Oxford Homeless Pathways. (http://www.oxhop.org.uk)

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