Safe Guarding Training – Foundation Course C1
This training module is required for anyone who has safeguarding responsibilities or who has contact with children or adults who may be vulnerable through their role within the Church. The training will take place in St Mary’s Charlbury on Monday 11th June and Thursday 21st June 7pm– 9.30pm. To book a place on one of the evenings please contact the Parish Office by email or leaving a message giving your name, contact number and date of the course.
Prior to the course you will need to complete a short piece of online learning – details will be provided when you book. Many thanks. Jo Paton
A good number collected in church by 12 noon to the see the wedding of the year on the big screen. Bubbly and cake to toast the happy couple on a beautiful day in Windsor.
St Mary’s Church are holding a traditional summer fete in the churchyard on Saturday 23rd June 2pm – 4.30pm. Stalls, tombola, games, family fun and teas and cakes. All welcome.
Charlbury Amateur Dramatic Society’s reading of “Shen Teh Gets a Visit” at St Mary’s Church on the 29 of April was a very successful first, not only for CADS but, we hope and believe for St. Mary’s. Our company enjoyed performing in the space. The scale of the building itself is an exciting challenge and a wonderful aesthetic opportunity. A particularly pleasing aspect of the event was the involvement of our audience in a lively discussion following the reading. CADS are particularly grateful and impressed by the open and welcoming stance of those who manage, run and support St Mary’s as not only a place of worship but as a focus of an open and engaged community.
The new MACH1 Children’s Choir continued on Friday 27th April – the children had a great time enjoying the pizza and singing. All children in school years 3 – 7 are welcome.
MACH1 children’s choir stared last Friday in St Mary’s and it was great! Pizza and singing seemed to be enjoyed by everyone. It’s not too late for your children to join. Come along on Friday at 5pm in St Mary’s Church. Finish at 6.15pm and we can walk them down to cricket if wanted.
It’s for children in school years 3 – 7. we are allowing keen children from year 2 to join. £20 for 10 weeks. By the end of the term we hope to be able to perform at least some of the children’s musical ‘David’s Rock, (Goliath’s Roll). This will be sung during the Messy Church on 1 July, as part of the service. See you Friday! More information from the Parish Office.
Our grateful thanks to Zilvia and the team of flower arrangers for making our church look so wonderful again this year, they are particularly spectacular this year and have brightened up the church. Zilvia would like to thank the teams for all their hard work making the church look beautiful and their extra help to her.