Church Events

January 2020
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The Week Ahead

Saturday 25th January
10:00
- 13:00
The Good Fill
Sunday 26th January
08:00
- 09:00
Holy Communion
10:00
- 11:00
Parish Eucharist
18:30
- 19:00
Taizé service
Monday 27th January
08:30
- 09:00
Silent Prayer
09:00
- 09:30
Morning Prayer
Tuesday 28th 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
Baby and Toddler packing up
19:00
- 20:30
B&F Team (vestry)
Wednesday 29th January
08:30
- 09:00
Silent Prayer
09:00
- 09:30
Morning Prayer
Thursday 30th 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
Friday 31st January
08:30
- 09:00
Silent Prayer
09:00
- 09:30
Morning Prayer
Saturday 1st February
08:00
- 10:00
Men's Breakfast - Steve Hunter

Church & Community

Pastoral Care Team

We are currently developing a new pastoral care network for the parish. This will be overseen by a team reporting to the PCC. This group oversees and assesses the quality of care invested in our parish (and beyond).

The key areas of care are:

Sick Communion

Three of our lay folk are licensed to administer Holy Communion for the sick although the whole church, when it gathers together for the Eucharist and when it is dismissed into the world, seeks to provide care for the sick.

Residential/nursing homes

There are six homes in our parish which cater for a varying degree of care:
Ritchie Court
Greengates
Elizabeth Nuffield House
Charles Ponsonby House
Parmoor Court
Diamond Court

Hospital visiting

There are no hospitals within our parish boundary but most of our parishioners will use:
John Radcliffe
Churchill
Nuffield (orthopaedic)
Warnford (mental health, residential)
Littlemore (mental health, day)
St Luke (private)
Manor (private)

Home visiting

Those who are in need of care in their residential homes will vary considerably. We are not just concerned with the elderly here but all who are subjected to being housebound through different reasons.

Transport provision

We are currently reviewing our transport provision needs in order to encourage more people to come to the church and to benefit from socialising and engaging with a range of Christians.

Caring for the bereaved/funerals

Baptisms & weddings

Baby & Toddler group

Today's Prayers

The Conversion of Paul

Morning Prayer
Evening Prayer

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

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Please indicate to one of the clergy or a member of the welcome team before the service if you would prefer a gluten-free communion wafer.
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MONTHLY FOODBANK COLLECTION

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SILVER ECO AWARD RECEIVED

The Eco Team have confirmed our silver award from A Rocha.
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