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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Breakfast Discussion at St Michael’s

Our summer series looks at how the Good News of Jesus can have an impact on different aspects of people’s lives. Do join us on Sunday 20th May when Sheila Millard leads us in thinking about ‘A Gospel of Friendship’. Everyone’s welcome for breakfast in the Parish Centre from 9am and for the discussion at…

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Thy Kingdom Come: Friday 11th- Saturday 19th May

To help us respond to Archbishop Justin’s annual call to prayer we have two free resources available. The first is a prayer journal to help you pray for yourself and others to know Christ better. The second is a booklet to help you adopt the discipline of saying morning or evening prayer in the run…

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Dean Court Community Cream Tea

To celebrate the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, St Andrew’s will be hosting a Cream Tea, 3-5pm on Sunday 20th May. This will be an event to which we will be inviting the wider community. It will also be an opportunity to share our rebuilding plans. Everyone is invited. Do come and support…

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Christian Aid Week

Want to change the world over breakfast? Then come and join the Cumnor Big Brekkie! We’ll be serving up a delicious morning meal and raising money to help fight poverty and injustice. Cumnor Village Hall, 19th May, 8.30-10am

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Faringdon Singers Concert at St Michael’s

Sunday 18th March, 6.30 pm. Do come and support our Spring Concert, in aid of the St Michael’s Improvement Project. The programme, including Duruflé’s “Requiem” and the Choral Suite from Karl Jenkins’ “The Armed Man” (A Mass for Peace) is particularly appropriate in this centenary year celebrating the end of the Great War of 1914-18….

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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…

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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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