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Faiths Together in One World

posted 2 Oct 2017, 10:07 by CTH Webmaster   [ updated 2 Oct 2017, 10:08 ]


The environment is important to us all, and faith has an impact of how we view it. 

Holy Trinity is holding an evening to explore environmental care with interfaith readings, reflections and prayers. Contributions will be heard from: Rev Jennifer Brown, Imam Ataullah Khan, Adele Moss and Shaunaka Rishi Das.

The event is on Sunday October 15th, from 6.00-7.00pm and will be followed by light refreshments. All are very welcome to attend.

Hymns of Praise with Pam Rhodes, 23rd September at St Andrew's Church, North Oxford

posted 14 Aug 2017, 15:04 by CTH Webmaster   [ updated 14 Aug 2017, 15:04 ]


Music is an important part of the worship in many of our churches and there is a musical event coming up at St. Andrew's, North Oxford, that we are sure many would find to be very interesting.

Pam Rhodes (one of the presenters of BBC Songs of Praise) is coming along on Saturday September 23 at 7pm, 
to talk about a selection of popular hymns  and anyone from the audience will have the chance to sing those hymns alongside the choir, orchestra and organ. 
Tickets for the event are £5 (concessions), available from the church office or on the door at the event. Those 18 and under can attend for free. For more details see the article on the St Andrew's website or contact Daniel Paul (organiser).

Summer Gospel Concert

posted 20 Jul 2017, 10:28 by CTH Webmaster

Following on from the wonderful Fun Day on the 15th, Headington Churches invite you to a Summer Gospel Concert and International buffet meal (at no charge).
Venue: Cornerstone Church, Quarry High Street, Oxford OX3 8JT

Date: Saturday 5th August 2017

Doors Open: 5:30pm
Concert: 6-7pm
Buffet: 7-8pm

This is a great chance to hear more about knowing Jesus and a wonderful opportunity to invite friends and neighbours to join you.  We look forward to welcoming you then!

All Saints' Summer Festival of Music & the Arts 2017

posted 29 Jun 2017, 13:26 by CTH Webmaster

Every year, All Saints' Church in Headington plays host to a festival of music and the arts, given for free to the local community. This is a series of free events on Wednesday evenings during the Summer, each starting at 8pm in the church. This year their theme is 'VOICES', and they a diverse line-up of vocal performers with weekly concerts from 26 July until 6 September.

Alongside returning festival favourites Katherine Cooper and Aileen Thomson, they have young vocal talent from Oxford, London, and the USA, and of course a concert from their very own choir.

This year's concerts feature: 
  • 26 July - Katherine Jeffries Harris, mezzo-soprano 
  • 2 August - Olivia Lewis, soprano 
  • 9 August - Katherine Cooper, mezzo-soprano 
  • 16 August - All Saints Choir in concert 
  • 23 August - Aileen Thomson, soprano 
  • 30 August - Alistair Walker, tenor 
  • 6 September - Joshua Copeland, baritone 


All concerts are on Wednesday evenings at 8pm, and wine and soft drinks will be served afterwards. This gives the audiences a chance to meet with the performers and discuss their work. A retiring collection will help cover costs.

For more information, visit the church website here.



Priory Prayers 2017

posted 31 Dec 2016, 09:54 by CTH Webmaster   [ updated 29 Jun 2017, 13:22 ]

Ecumenical prayers usually take place on the last Monday in the month at 7.45pm at The Priory, Old High Street except when the last Monday falls on a Bank Holiday in which case the prayers will take place on the Monday before.

Each Church takes a turn in leading the prayers. If you are unable to fulfil your designated date then please arrange a swap with one of the Churches on the list. If no swap can be sorted out, then please contact Rev David Owen by email or phone (Tel. 01865 766585) as soon as possible.

The ecumenical service for the Week of Prayer for Christian  Unity will take place on Sunday 22nd January 2017 at 3:30pm at All Saints, Lime Walk, when the Rev. Dr. Martin Wellings will be our preacher.


Monday 16th January, beginning of WPCU, Collinwood Road URC

Monday 27th. February - All Saints Church

Monday 27th. March - Headington Baptist

Monday 24th. April - Corpus Christi.

Monday 22nd May (to avoid Spring Bank Holiday) - Cornerstone Church.

Monday 26th. June - St. Andrew’s Church

Monday 31st July - Quakers

    No Priory Prayers in August

Monday 25th September - Holy Trinity Church

Monday 30th October - Lime Walk Methodist

Monday 27th November - St. Mary’s Church

    No Priory Prayers in December.   


New Initiatives @ Lime Walk Methodist Church

posted 10 Oct 2016, 05:06 by Christine Tucker   [ updated 14 Jun 2017, 08:15 by CTH Webmaster ]

Two exciting new activities have started up in Lime Walk Methodist Church Hall in New High Street. Both will be of special interest to those of you of more ‘mature’ years…which means that if you are between 50 and 100+ you’ll fit in just fine!

The first initiative is ‘Feelgood Fitness’ which describes itself as ‘gentle exercise for those who want to go home with a grin…not a grimace!’. So, whether you’d prefer to take your exercise seated in a chair, or up on your toes, this session -- led by an experienced, qualified instructor – is for you! We’ll be meeting alternate Fridays, starting on October 7, at 11am in the Church Hall. Each session will last approximately 45 minutes leaving us plenty of time for refreshments and a chat. The cost is just £2.50 per person…good company is provided at no extra charge!

The second initiative is our 'New High Street Tuesday Drop-in' which will run weekly from 2pm – 4pm. It may be that you just want to come along to sit quietly and chat with a few friends, or perhaps you’d rather tackle one of our table top games, browse the daily newspapers or pit your wits in a big screen nostalgia quiz. All this…and much more will be available!


Lent Lunches at Holy Trinity, Headington Quarry

posted 21 Feb 2015, 15:35 by CTH Webmaster   [ updated 21 Feb 2015, 15:36 ]

Lent Lunches are held on a Sunday after the morning service and all take place in the Coach House (after coffee) between 12.00 and 1:30 pm. A Lent lunch consists of home-made soup and rolls, tea and coffee with a donation then given to a different charity each week. The organisations being supported this year are:
  • 1st March     Archway
  • 8th March      Agricultural Co-operative Development International
  • 15th March    Asylum Welcome
  • 22nd March  Practical Compassion for Destitute Children


All members of CTH are very welcome to come along and join us. 

Monthly music recital: April 1. Corrina Connor (cello)

posted 17 Feb 2015, 12:23 by CTH Webmaster   [ updated 17 Feb 2015, 12:23 ]

On Wednesday 1st April, All Saints’ Church, Lime Walk, OX3 7AU is holding the fourth in a series of monthly music recitals in memory of James Trickey.  

Corrina Connor (Cello) will perform:
  • Domenico Gabrielli: Ricercar No. 7
  • Michel Corrette: Sonate in C major
  • Georg Philipp Telemann: Fantasie fur Violoncello ohne Bais
  • JS Bach: Suite in D minor, BWV1008

The recital, which is free with a retiring collection, will commence at 8.00 pm and last for approximately 45 minutes. Wine and soft drinks will be served at the end of the performance when members of the audience will have the opportunity to meet and talk with the performers. 

Monthly music recital: March 4th - Benjamin Durrant (tenor), accompanied Samuel Mitchell.

posted 17 Feb 2015, 12:17 by CTH Webmaster   [ updated 17 Feb 2015, 12:17 ]

All Saints’ Church, Lime Walk, OX3 7AU is holding the third in a series of monthly music recitals in memory of James Trickey. 

Benjamin Durrant (tenor), a lay clerk at Christ Church Cathedral, will be accompanied on the piano by Samuel Mitchell in a performance of songs by Poulenc and Fauré. The recital, which is free with a retiring collection, will commence at 8.00 pm and last for approximately 45 minutes. Wine and soft drinks will be served at the end of the performance where the audience will have the opportunity to meet and talk with the performers. 

Weekend conference - The Cost of Life on Earth: companies, climate change and your money. 27th/28th February 2015

posted 17 Feb 2015, 12:01 by Christine Tucker   [ updated 17 Feb 2015, 12:18 by CTH Webmaster ]

The Cost of Life on Earth: Companies, climate change and your money is a weekend conference organised by the the Ecumenical Council for Corporate Responsibility, on 27th and 28th February 2015 in Oxford.

Are you concerned about climate change? Campaigning for disinvestment from fossil fuels? Interested in alternative forms of energy? Do you want to join others in thinking through the ethical use of money? Then this conference is for you.

Dinner with Keynote Speakers - St Hugh’s College, Friday 27th at 7.00pm
Day conference 10.00 – 5.00, Wesley Memorial Methodist Church, Saturday 28th

An introductory dinner followed by a day conference, at which a panel of speakers will address the impacts of climate change, disinvestment from fossil fuels, possibilities for positive impact investment and opportunities for shareholder engagement.

This will be followed by workshops on
•Ethical screening and positive ethical investment.
•Case studies of disinvestment campaigns and shareholder action.
•Initiatives to set up ethical money churches.
•Sharia compliance and ethical investment.
•Community energy in the UK and abroad.

Cost*
Dinner and day conference (£30/£20 student)
Day conference only (£20/£15 student)
For more information contact oxfordeccrgroup@hotmail.com or book directly on

*Please contact the group if you are experiencing financial difficulties and would like to attend. Poster and programme outline/booking form attached to this page.

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