Church Events

November 2019
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The Week Ahead

Tuesday 19th November
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 20th November
08:30
- 09:00
Silent Prayer
09:00
- 09:30
Morning Prayer
Thursday 21st November
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 22nd November
08:30
- 09:00
Silent Prayer
09:00
- 09:30
Morning Prayer
13:00
- 21:00
ECO FAIR set up
Saturday 23rd November
09:00
- 15:00
Social Justice Fair - 'How to do climate change' (11am - 2.30pm)
10:00
- 13:00
The Good Fill
Sunday 24th November
08:00
- 09:00
Holy Eucharist with sermon, no hymns (traditional language)
10:00
- 11:00
Parish Eucharist
11:30
- 12:30
Instruction session for intercessors team (GRK)
18:30
- 19:00
Taize
Monday 25th November
08:30
- 09:00
Silent Prayer
09:00
- 09:30
Morning Prayer
Tuesday 26th November
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

Worship & Music

Seasons of the Liturgical Year

Liturgy is a drama, displaying the human need to glorify God. The drama involves the language of body, mind and spirit in a festival of colour, sound and light.

The Liturgy of the Church has developed over the 2,000 years of Christian history. It gives us space and time to celebrate the heroes of the church - the Saints - as well as permission to share in the life of Christ through the seasons of the year.

Colour gives meaning to the liturgical drama. Each season of the year is promoted by its own particular colour and mood.

The Christian year begins at the fourth Sunday before Christmas with:
Advent (purple), and the seasons continue as follows:
Christmas (gold or white),
Epiphany (white),
Ordinary Time (green),
Lent (purple),
Easter (gold or white),
Pentecost (red),
Ordinary Time (green), finally ending with:
The Kingdom Season (red).

Even Ordinary Time is not that ordinary as it depicts the green growth of God's world as well as (we hope) growth within our own faith and God's Church.

Please take a look at the "factfile" of each of the seasons characteristics which we hope will help in introducing more people to the wonderful drama of the Liturgy.

Advent factsheet. Christmas factsheet. Epiphany factsheet. Lent factsheet. Easter factsheet. The Kingdom Season factsheet.

Today's Prayers

Morning Prayer
Evening Prayer

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

News

SILVER ECO AWARD RECEIVED

The Eco Team have confirmed our silver award from A Rocha.
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HOW TO DO CLIMATE CHANGE

‘Climate Change Fair’ Saturday, 23rd Nov at St Michael’s, Summertown.
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NEWS FROM OUR LINK PARISH

A message from Fr Tsabeng, St Chad's, S. Africa
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CHRISTIAN AID WEEK 2019

The House to House Collection raised £3830.22p this year
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Toilet Twinning

Thank you! We raised £405.85:-)
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