South Oxfordshire Methodists

Trinity Church Abingdon


Mission Statement: "Serving God, serving each other, serving community. "


Concerts at St Michael's Church, raising funds for The Abingdon Bridge and TARIRO - Hope for Youth in Zimbabwe:
Tuesday 13 June, 8pm, Cothill House School Choir supported by Members of New College Oxford will sing Fauré’s Requiem and other motets. Retiring collection.
Saturday 17 June at 7pm. Wantage Academy Brass under the direction of Nikki Jones.  Tickets £7, concessions £6 are available from the Bookstore (Bury Street) and at the door. 16 & under free.

Abingdon's Great Get-Together Sunday 18 June, 12-3 pm, St Ethelwold’s house: Abingdon is celebrating its diverse British culture with a bring-and-share picnic. Please bring your favourite dish from around the world, and a picnic blanket. Plates, cutlery, and teas and soft drinks will be available. Please invite your friends, family and neighbours. Entertainment will be provided by local music groups. In the event of wet weather the event will take place inside St Ethelwold’s House.

Wednesday 28 June, 7 pm, Trinity Church: Fundraising Concert for Christian Aid featuring the choir of Carswell Primary School, the two Abingdon Ladies Choirs and the Albert Park Singers. Light refreshments will be provided. Tickets (Adults: £8 for adults, Young people (11-18 years: £4) are available from Ruth Sillitoe. Everyone warmly invited

 Thursday 29 June, 7.30 pm, Health & Wellbeing Centre (Abingdon Quakers), Audlett Drive: Award-winning documentary film, The Divide . Everyone is invited to a showing of this tremendous film. Inspired by the book The Spirit Level by Richard Wilkinson and Kate Pickett, the film will be introduced by Martin Wilkinson, a trustee of the Equality Trust, and brother of the co-author. It will be followed by Q&As with Martin.