The good news that we proclaim is one that brings salvation to
individuals, but also commitment to the world in which we live,
engaging with the social issues which affect our families, friends and
neighbours, and ensuring that for them the Gospel is made real. Our
church has a number of activities which seek to embody our
Christian caring for our neighbours and our involvement in the wider
- Rainbows: a group for girls aged 4 to 7, meeting on Wednesdays from 5.30 - 6.30p.m during term-time
- The Art Class: Come along on a Tuesday afternoon, 1.30 - 3.30p.m, to explore your artistic talents.
- The Tuesday Circle: this is a house-group in the evening for women in the Marston area,
which offers an informal opportunity for conversation and fellowship.
- Child Minders and Mothers and Toddlers: a chance to meet with others while the children play together on Thursdays from 9.30 - 11.30 a.m.
To find out more information about these groups,
contact them via the Booking Secretary, Eric Chambers; Telephone (Ox)243 885
We support Christian Aid, the agency of the churches in Britain and Ireland which funds development and community work by partner churches and other organisations overseas. In addition we support projects in Bangladesh via the United Reformed Church's Commitment For Life programme.
Voting to MAKE POVERTY HISTORY
We encourage our members to buy fairly traded goods at their local shops.
We also support the Jubilee Debt Campaign for the reduction of the debt burden of the developing world and especially this year, the Make Poverty History campaign.