Sunday - 9.30am Traditional Holy Communion

This service uses the Book of Common Prayer and alternates weekly with Common Worship in modern English.

It is a weekly Communion Service led by the Vicar, organist and choir.

‘Combined Service – Please could you note that the service on the 8 October 2017 will be a Harvest Festival Combined Service with Holy Communion (Common Worship) at 1030 am. This service will be followed by a Bring and Share lunch in the Old School Community Hall.  We look forward to both congregations meeting together on that Sunday for worship and friendship.’

 

Sunday - 11.00am Contemporary

This service has modern music and the structure is looser to allow for a much more flexible pattern.

It is more relaxed and less formal that a traditional service.

Communion is shared once a month.

‘Combined Service – Please could you note that the service on the 8 October 2017 will be a Harvest Festival Combined Service with Holy Communion (Common Worship) at 1030 am. This service will be followed by a Bring and Share lunch in the Old School Community Hall.  We look forward to both congregations meeting together on that Sunday for worship and friendship.’

Sunday - 6.00pm Reflections

During this service we meet to pray and study the Bible in an informal setting.

Anyone can ask any question. It is a time for listening to one another and to God.

Wednesday - 11.00am Holy Communion In The Hall

This service alternates between the Book of Common Prayer and Common Worship.

The service is followed by refreshments and (replacing the sermon) a discussion on the day’s Bible passage led by the vicar.

Holy Communion At Home

If you are housebound or ill at home and would like to receive Holy Communion at your home.

Please contact Pauline Johnson on:

Email:

welcome@oxonchurch.co.uk

Every Sunday Of The Month Refreshments In The Church Hall

Following each Sunday morning service there’s nothing more enjoyable than meeting people for a chat while enjoying delicious refreshments.

The CAKE stall on the FIRST Sunday in the month is particularly popular.