10.30 - Family Worship led by Revd Kevin Watson
6.30 - At All Saints
2017 marked our 8th and biggest yet Experience Easter, visited by
around 500 people. Between Wednesday 30th and Friday 31st March 390 school
children and their staff joined us, including groups from Kingfisher Special
School, who had their very own sensory Easter Encounter back at school.
Then on Thursday 30th March there was a Musical Easter Journey with Abingdon
Gospel Choir followed by a Family Open Morning on Saturday April 1st.
WITNESS - a new musical
Witness: On Sunday 9th April at Trinity Church, there was a Circuit Service in the form of a performance of the musical, Witness (composed by James Garnett).
Witness tells the Easter story from the perspectives
of those whose lives it touched, including bystanders, Jesus' disciples, those
in power, and - in particular - the crowd. Through songs and monologues we were invited to experience a range of responses from the excitement of Palm Sunday to the desolation of Good Friday and the wonder of Easter Day.
was watched by about 100 people. Refreshments were served afterwards, and there
was a retiring collection for charities chosen by the cast.
Jesus and Me
The Jam (Jesus and me) group meets on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month. We are always open to new members! Just turn up! This
is one of the things we have made this year for Palm Sunday.
Trinity toddlers is a friendly group for families with babies and young children
to play and socialise, every Thursday morning in trinity church hall.
A very big thank you to all those who brought gifts to the gift service on Sunday 4th December. You brought in a wonderful selection of items which has given the filling of the bags much more variety. They will be very gratefully received.
- Margaret Butcher
The Christmas Fair raised just over £1,285. A big thank you to you all for your support – Jo Graham
42 Shoe Boxes - 6th November 2016
Today we sent off 42 shoe boxes all wrapped up and full of presents for Christmas to those in this world who would have none. May they bring the Joy and love of God in the world to those children who open them.
Harvest - 25th September 2016
People brought non-perishable food items on Harvest Sunday, Sept. 25th, for the Asylum Welcome Food Bank.
Even more asylum seekers are now needing help and last year 1121 bags of food were given out.
Asylum Welcome care for asylum seekers, refugees and detainees who have fled persecution and danger in their own countries and seek refuge in Oxford and Oxfordshire