Cumnor Festival of Performing Arts

Cumnor Festival of Performing Arts– is bigger, better and back on Sat June 15 at Hurstcote, Appleton Road, Cumnor OX2 9QL.  Over 200 top class professional bands, singers, dancers, actors etc are lined up for the occasion. Look out for our special ‘Conversation with Erika James’, an interview with the multiple book best selling author. There will light lunches, cream teas, homemade cakes, a big prize raffle and a bar.  All profits will go to cancer support groups – Maggie’s and Cumnor’s own Positively Pink Oxford www.positivelypinkoxford.org.uk  There will also be a donation to Oxenford House care home. Entertainment throughout the day from 11am – 8 pm in Hurscote’s lovely extensive gardens. Tickets from Jean (below) or on the gate £10 –all day come and go as you please. Children under 16 free (must be accompanied by an adult). If you would like to help with the event in any way (however small), please contact Jean Pryce-Williams 07927 236961 or at  positivelypinkoxford@gmail.com

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Vacancy

The Bible Reading Fellowship (BRF) currently have a vacancy for a Key Relationships Coordinator. We are looking for someone who can support two key relationships (major donor) executives with well-written proposals, analysis and research, utilise a wide range of stories and data, who is highly organised and with a passion for our work. For more…

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What is Big Story Sunday?

Big Story Sunday is a new service we are holding at St Michael’s on the first Sunday of every month (11am). We will be finding out where the stories of our lives fit into God’s Big Story by exploring stories from the Bible. Featuring wonderful hymns and worship songs, great drama, creative talks and prayer,…

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Movember

Our vicar, Jonathan, writes: This November I will be taking part with some friends in the annual Movember event. We will be trying to grow extremely dodgy moustaches to raise funds and awareness to fight men’s health issues like testicular cancer, prostate cancer, mental health and prevent suicide. We want to stop men dying too…

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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…

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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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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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