Why Wednesdays, Why Not? We’re taking the Bible Challenge Read the Bible in One Year (but we are reading at a more leisurely pace than that). The reading pattern is usually: * three chapters from the Old Testament * a Psalm * one chapter from the New Testament This is followed by brief discussion, commentary and a prayer. A summary … Read More
Apologies, but the Messy Church scheduled for this Sunday has been cancelled. Sorry for any inconvenience caused.
God of grace and truth,send your Spirit to guide usas we discover your will for our country.Help us to discuss the issues before uswith courtesy, truth and mutual respect,and grant that all who stand for parliamentwill seek to serve the common good,through him who came not to be served but to serve,Jesus Christ our Lord.Amen. (from C of E website)
As a nation we may be about to exit the European Union and begin a new relationship with our European neighbours and with the world. At the time of writing, the course of events is uncertain – and the prolonged uncertainty is itself challenging. How are we to respond in the coming months as the Church of England across Oxfordshire, … Read More
We are keeping October as the month of Harvest, and all are welcome tok our Harvest Supper (5 October), Harvest Festival (6 October) and Harvest Messy Church (20 October). Throughout October we are supporting various charities with practical giving. Each week we ask for different items for different causes. 6 October – Windsor Food ShareTinned meat, tinned fish, tinned spaghetti … Read More
Clewer’s first ladies peal attempt will be starting at 5.30pm on 10 September. If successful there will be about 3 hours of continuous ringing. The bell are being rung to celebrate the 110th anniversary of Clewer’s first peal and the 10th anniversary of the rehanging of the bells.