Breakfast Discussion

Scientists tell us that the whole fabric of the universe rests on chance. But the Bible makes clear that God created us for a purpose. How can these two things be reconciled? Join us on Sunday 21st October 2018 at 9.30am (and for breakfast from 9am in the Parish Centre) as Chris Scruby leads us in asking ‘What does the Bible say about Chance and Destiny?’

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Progressive Supper

Saturday 10th November. If you would like to join in this “interesting” supper, please contact Esme Wyatt as soon as possible. You will attend one house for your starter, another one for your main course and then meet everyone for your dessert. It is a fun evening and you get to meet different people. All…

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Messy Church

On Saturday 20th October 2018 there will be a drop-in activity afternoon for families and 0-12 year olds at St Andrew’s Church. 2-4.00 pm.

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Autumn Craft Fair

Some exciting new crafts for you to enjoy this year so we hope you will come along to the Village Hall on Saturday 6th October.  We do need your support! Tables include: Batik, Handmade fudge, Hats and bags, Jewellery, Natural handmade soaps, Patchwork etc, Pens, letter openers and more in various woods, Photography, Soft and…

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World’s Biggest Coffee Morning

Monday 1st October 10am-12. Come along and enjoy coffee with cake, maybe buy a cake or bring a cake for sale. All will be welcome at this year’s coffee morning in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support in the Parish Centre. (For more information contact Jane Vlitos 01865 863346).

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2018 Pilgrimage

To the Holy Well and Church at Binsey on Thursday 19th July. The Eve of the Feast of St Margaret of Antioch. Pilgrims make their own way to the Perch. At 6.45pm the Bishop of Oxford leads pilgrims to the Well and Church for Liturgy & Choral Eucharist. For full details see osneybenefice.org.uk or contact…

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Breakfast Discussion

In the last of our breakfast discussion series on Aspects of the Gospel­, Edward Bradley will share his experience of running Alpha courses for prisoners as we think about ‘A Gospel of Hope’. Do join us in the Parish Centre on Sunday 15 July for breakfast from 9am and for the discussion at 9.30am.

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Cumnor Festival of Performing Arts

It’s bigger, better and back on Saturday 16th June at Hurstcote, Appleton Road. Over 200 top class professional bands, singers, dancers, actors, magicians and clowns are lined up for the occasion. There will cream teas, a complimentary glass of Prosecco, BBQ lunches cooked by the chefs from the Bear and Ragged Staff, A big prize…

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