Church Events

January 2019
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The Week Ahead

Sunday 20th January
08:00
- 09:00
Holy Eucharist with sermon, no hymns (traditional language)
10:00
- 11:00
Parish Eucharist
18:30
- 19:00
Taize
Monday 21st January
08:30
- 09:00
Silent Prayer
09:00
- 09:30
Morning Prayer
Tuesday 22nd January
08:30
- 09:00
Silent Prayer
09:00
- 09:30
Morning Prayer
10:00
- 12:00
Baby and Toddler Group
12:00
- 13:00
B&T packing up
Wednesday 23rd January
08:30
- 09:00
Silent Prayer
09:00
- 09:30
Morning Prayer
19:00
- 21:00
Children and young people meeting (GRK) in Meeting Room
Thursday 24th January
08:30
- 09:00
Silent Prayer
09:00
- 09:30
Morning Prayer
10:00
- 11:00
Holy Eucharist, Common Worship
17:30
- 18:30
Choristers
18:30
- 19:45
Choir Practice
Friday 25th January
08:30
- 09:00
Silent Prayer
09:00
- 09:30
Morning Prayer
Sunday 27th January
08:00
- 09:00
Holy Eucharist with sermon, no hymns (traditional language)
10:00
- 11:00
Parish Eucharist
18:30
- 19:00
Taize

Church & Community

FairPlay/Climate Justice Campaign

FairPlay logo

Social Justice Network




FairPlay is a network in Cutteslowe, Summertown, Waterways and Wolvercote which hopes to bring together the voluntary organisations and groups, including the churches, who are working in their different ways for social justice issues. It aims to:

  • keep in touch and exchange information
  • encourage and support one another's separate activities
  • share resources
  • arrange joint events and act together
    (e.g. campaigning) when appropriate.

There is a small co-ordinating group nominated by the network's members and agreed to annually at an Open Meeting.

Open Meetings (open to anyone interested in the network or in membership with one of its groups) are held at least twice a year to share news and ideas, discuss current issues, and plan ahead.

Lists of member organisations and FairPlay newsletters can be received by email by relevant groups and supporters signing up to FairPlay. Contact: fairplayoxford@gmail.com

St Michael's Involvement

(Includes all our social justice work in the parish and Ecochurch) is a network member of FairPlay. Your representatives are Michael Taylor and Helen Dodd.

Please contact us at fairplayoxford@gmail.com if you wish to support social justice work in north Oxford in any way. Thank you

The FairPlay Co-ordinating Group

Members are:

  • Diana Clews, Val Tate, Caroline Harding (St Peter's Wolvercote)
  • Vivien Edwards (Wolvercote Baptist)
  • John Harding, Nicola Aveling (Summertown United Reformed Church)
  • Michael Taylor, Helen Dodd (St Michael & All Angels)

(Chair: Michael Taylor, Secretary: Helen Dodd)

More detailed information

For more details and all the latest events & news, please refer to the web site at: www.climatejusticenorthoxford.org.uk


FAIRPLAY CLIMATE JUSTICE CAMPAIGN

The Fairplay Climate Justice newspaper with all campaign details is found on:

www.climatejusticenorthoxford.org.uk

This lists ideas for action to become a climate justice champion, and plenty more ideas too!


JANUARY 2019

Miles Allen Layla Moran

Friday 18th Jan 2019 7.30pm - 9.00pm — North Oxford Association, Diamond Place, OX2 7DP

You are invited to hear two eminent speakers (followed by discussion and questions):

Layla Moran MP — Oxford West & Abingdon
Professor Myles Allen — Head of Climate Dynamics, Physics, Oxford University

will speak on — "What now for Climate Justice?"

(after the International Climate Conference December 2018).

Click to view the poster for the event.



LCON, a FairPlay member, is supporting Oxford Together on Climate Change (OxToCC).

This is a major new initiative people in Oxford and across the county in taking action in their own lives to help tackle climate change. OxToCC is seeking to get people taking 10,000 actions by June.

The OxToCC website has advice and information on actions around four key issues - Food, Travel, Money and 'Making Change Happen' – the four issues identified at the launch of the December 2018 UN Climate Conference report as being those where individual action is needed.

You can register the action online – which takes less than a minute - and it counts towards the 10,000 target. www.change4climate.uk


What we do in Oxford after the UN conference will be the theme of a special FairPlay Climate Justice Meeting at The North Oxford Association, Diamond Place on 18 January 7.30pm with our MP Layla Moran and leading climate scientist Myles Allen. All welcome

Today's Prayers

Morning Prayer
Evening Prayer

From the Church of England web site
© The Archbishops' Council

News

Silent and Morning Prayer times to change

From the start of 2019, the times of the daily Silent and Morning Prayers will be brought forward by 30 minutes to 8:30 and 9:00 am respectively.
Read more …

Toilet Twinning

Thank you! We raised £405.85:-)
Read more …

The Guardian Angel

The latest edition has been printed and can also be found on our web site.
Read more …
 
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