Sunday 3rd November. Join us for breakfast and messy crafts followed by a communion service.
As part of the Christmas Tree festival, St Mary’s Church is hosting an extra special Songs of Praise on Sunday 8th December.
We would love the whole community to get involved by voting for their favourite hymn or song, and then joining us for a lovely evening of music and community singing.
There are voting boxes in the Deli and St Mary’s. Alternatively click on the link below, and we will look forward to seeing you at 6.00pm on Sunday 8th December to hear your choices.
All welcome to come and light a candle and remember a loved one. St Mary’s Church. Sunday 3rd November at 4pm.
A monthly bereavement support group at Charlbury Community Centre continues on the last Tuesday of each month from 2pm – 3pm, October 29th and November 26th. No matter how long ago you have lost a loved one, this is an opportunity to meet over a cup of tea with others in a friendly and supportive environment, to share experiences and advice.
We are inviting all Charlbury organisations and charities to take part in the St Mary’s Church Christmas Tree Festival 2019.
The Festival will run from Thursday 5th December to Sunday 8th December 2019. (Set up on Wednesday 4th December & take down on Monday 9th December)
It will be the first time St Mary’s Charlbury has run a Christmas Tree Festival. We are aiming to make the most of the vibrancy and diversity in our very special Charlbury Community. With the decoration of over 35 trees, a jazzy opening party, Christmas market, festive concert and singing from the school choir, we will create a magical atmosphere for the visiting public. It will be a wonderful way to support the St Mary’s roof fund appeal, and provide publicity for your organisation.
We are aiming to write to all the organisations and charities individually. However if you have not yet received a letter, this is another way to get involved.
If you and your organisation are interested in applying to decorate a tree, support the festival with sponsorship, volunteer over the four days, or would like any more information, please get in touch with Hilli Waller at email@example.com. Hilli will then email you an invitation letter, a booking form, and instructions on how to take part. The latest date for applications is Tuesday 5th November.
We do hope you feel able to take part or come and support this special event.
On Sunday 15th September, Leah Fowler and David Nicholls became members of the Fellowship of St Birinus, awarded to ‘people who have given exceptional service in some way or other to their church and community over a number of years.’ The award was presented by Bishop Colin at a service in Dorchester Abbey. Our congratulations, and thanks for all their hard work!
Wall to wall sunshine, as Maureen’s garden filled with singers, ringers and other halves.
Members of Sunday Club and their parents enjoyed a gloriously sunny walk to Shorthampton on Sunday 8th September. We looked for small objects, thought about medieval pilgrims and thanked God for the beauty of his creation. We were greeted at Shorthampton by Rev Mike Williams, who took the service, then a wonderful lunch was enjoyed by all. Thanks to David, Christine and Mike.
Despite the high temperatures, over 25 people joined the Chipping Norton Deanery Bank Holiday Pilgrimage. Over four days, we walked 40 miles and visited 20 churches, journeying through some of the most beautiful landscape in the country. Many thanks to all who joined us, particularly John Marshall, who led the walks.
Every Friday during term time from 13th September. For parents, carers and children 0-2 years. At Charlbury bowls club.