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Important Funday News Flash

posted 5 Jul 2018, 04:39 by CTH Webmaster   [ updated 5 Oct 2018, 06:51 ]

Due to England kicking off at 3.00pm on Saturday in the World Cup, we have decided to start the Funday at 1pm. This will mean an adjustment to the arrival times for volunteers - please could you arrive by 9.30am if you are helping with set-up, and 12.15pm if you are helping during the afternoon. We will still finish at 5pm as planned.

Please do let us know asap if this will be a problem. You can contact the Funday Administrator, Peter Hart by email or leave a message on 01865-763572. 




Kingdom Agents Holiday Club

posted 16 Jun 2018, 06:35 by CTH Webmaster   [ updated 5 Oct 2018, 06:52 ]

Are you thinking ahead to or longing for the Summer holidays?  If you want something that will entertain and inform your children about life with Jesus then the answer could be found at Headington Baptist church.  They are running an exciting sounding Holiday Club for children aged 4 to 11 for the first week in August! 

Entitled "Kingdom Agents Holiday Club" there are a variety of activities including sports, workshops, crafts, dance & drama and more. It runs from Monday 6th to Friday 10th August, 9:30am to 12:30pm.  

It costs £10 for the first child, and £5 for each additional sibling registered. Details of medical and dietary needs will be taken on the 6th but if there is additional information that you think they should know in advance then please get in touch. 

You can download a pdf of the registration form here or else it's quicker and easier to do it online at: www.hbc-oxford.org.uk/holidayclub

If you have any questions, please contact Nick Jackson (nick@hbc-oxford.org.uk or cal01865 763572).  


Headington Funday 7th July 2018

posted 16 Jun 2018, 05:14 by CTH Webmaster   [ updated 5 Oct 2018, 06:53 ]

If it's the summer then the Headington Funday must be happening soon!  We are delighted to offer the 13th Headington Funday in Bury Knowle Park from 2-5pm, all completely free, as the churches' gift to the community. 

This year's offering includes the favourites: BBQ & Tea Tent, balloon modelling, face painting, bouncy castle as well as a giant inflatable obstacle course, tug-of-war, cakes, bang-a-nail, live music, juggling, giant games & lots more!
 



Our hard working team is entering the final phase of preparation and we look forward to welcoming all our visitors, new and returning, to our annual afternoon of fun in the sun.  Well, we are also praying that the weather holds and you can join us in prayer at an evening devoted to prayer for the Funday, on Friday 29th June, 7.30pm at Cornerstone Church (2 Quarry High Street, Headington, OX3 8JT). If you can come along, even for a short while, that would be fantastic.

We also welcome volunteers to help us on the day with the set up, stall management, and take down. If you can offer any time to help with this, then the Rev. Paul Clarke would love to hear from you. You can email paul.clarke@hbc-oxford.org.uk or call 01865-763572 or sign up online here.

If you would like to help us advertise the event by putting up a poster at your place of work, worship, or community organisation, you can download one from here.

St Mary's 60th Anniversary

posted 15 Jun 2018, 11:56 by CTH Webmaster   [ updated 5 Oct 2018, 06:54 ]

St Mary's celebrates its 60th Anniversary in style!

The celebrations of St Mary's Church are spread over the weekend, starting off with a Fun Day!  Saturday 16th June 11.00-15.00 at St Mary's Church, Bayswater Road, OX3 9EY.

Bouncy castle - Face painting - Games - Martial Arts display - Junk modelling - Raffle -Tombola - Barbecue - Cakes

For details of other events, see the church's Facebook page here.


Music and Ministry Weekend in Upper Heyford

posted 12 May 2018, 12:14 by CTH Webmaster   [ updated 15 Jun 2018, 10:08 ]

Music and Ministry Weekend in Upper Heyford, 25 & 26 May.


If you would like some spiritual refreshment at the start of the late May Bank Holiday, then Heyford Park Chapel (part of the Cherwell Valley Benefice, Diocese of Oxford) invites you to hear the ministry of Marilyn Baker and Tracy Williamson

Marilyn Baker & Tracy Williamson present a dynamic ministry of music, teaching and prayer, whose focus is always to bring people into the healing and empowering presence of God. As well as evangelistic and encouraging concerts, they participate in Christian festivals, church weekends and services.

Marilyn and Tracy’s deep longing for people to find the love of Jesus also takes them to smaller places: hospitals, homes for the elderly or disabled, prisons, schools and workplaces. Since 2000 Marilyn and Tracy have been leading their own conferences at different venues across the country. Each with its own theme, these events have proved to be wonderful times of blessing, healing and release for all.

In the early 1980’s Marilyn released albums which drew people into God’s healing presence. Through her concerts, Marilyn, who has been blind almost from birth, soon realised the tremendous potential to touch peoples’ lives through word and music.

In 1986 Marilyn was joined by Tracy, whose gifts in speaking and prophecy enriched the music with a new dimension. Marilyn’s CDs and Tracy’s books have enabled them to reach a wider audience. What is so amazing is that Tracy is profoundly deaf and partially sighted and yet together, Tracy and Marilyn have been instrumental in bringing healing and wholeness to many people.

Geoff Price, Vicar at Cherwell Benefice, writes "We are very privileged to have Marilyn and Tracy coming to share an evening with us on Friday 25th May at 7.15pm. Please bring other people, especially those who don’t usually go to Church, for this very special evening. Coffee & tea will be provided.

On Saturday 26th May they will also be leading a Rest & Renewal Day from 10am to 3.30pm. This will be a very good day involving their lovely music and teaching and space for each person to be refreshed by God. Drinks are provided all day and everyone should bring a packed lunch
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Both events will be held at Heyford Park Chapel, 572, Brice Road, Upper Heyford, OX25 5TE

Donations are welcome on the day for each event, but please book places by contacting Geoff & Hope Price on 0779 555 4102 or email: geoffandhope@yahoo.com.

Eco Festival at Holy Trinity, 20th May

posted 30 Apr 2018, 11:12 by CTH Webmaster   [ updated 15 Jun 2018, 10:08 ]



Eco Festival at Holy Trinity on May 20th 2018 from 2.00-5.00pm in The Coach House, Quarry Road, OX3 8NU and in Holy Trinity Church, Headington Quarry. There will be a wide variety of stalls, demonstrations and talks on a range of topics, including air quality in Oxford, insect-friendly planting, recycling, solar panels etc. Admission is Free - all welcome! Please contact Felicity Wallendszus if you want more information. 

All Saints' Coach Trip to Chichester Cathedral Flower Festival - Cancelled

posted 7 Apr 2018, 15:28 by CTH Webmaster   [ updated 15 Jun 2018, 10:09 ]

Regretfully All Saints' has cancelled this trip as not enough people were interested. 

All Saints' Church is planning a trip to Chichester Cathedral's Flower Festival, "This Earthly Paradise", for Thursday 31st May. The cost of £30 includes pre-booked entry to the Festival.

The coach will leave All Saints’, Lime Walk at 9.00 am and return from Chichester at 3.30 pm. The estimated time of arrival back in Headington is 5.30 pm.

For further details and /or book a place, please contact Catherine Hodgkinson: Telephone 01865 741116/ 07852 338852, email CEHodgkinson@aol.com

For further information on the Festival visit The Chichester Cathedral website.

Prophecy in Headington

posted 4 Apr 2018, 10:42 by CTH Webmaster   [ updated 15 Jun 2018, 10:10 ]

Prophetic ministry in Headington, 21 and 22 April


The prophetic ministry of David Hathaway is coming to Headington on the weekend of the 21st and 22nd April, hosted by Oxford Bible Church and Cornerstone Church.  This inspiring speaker can be heard at two events, both held in Cheney School Hall.  The service on Saturday 21st at 7:30pm will have an evangelistic emphasis.  The Sunday morning service at 11am will be a combined service with both congregations.  All are welcome at either event.  

Oxfordshire ArtWeeks Events at St Andrew's.

posted 2 Apr 2018, 05:29 by CTH Webmaster   [ updated 15 Jun 2018, 10:10 ]


Christianity in 10 Art Objects

On Wednesday 16 May Fr Tim Howles, curate at St Andrew’s church, Headington will lead a presentation and discussion evening entitled “Christianity in 10 Art Objects”. Not quite “A History of the World” and not quite “100 Objects”, but then it’s only one evening! Come to the church for drinks and nibbles at 7.30pm, ready for an 8.00pm start. We will be finished by 9.15pm. 

Fr Tim will attempt to trace something of the story of Christianity in 10 different art objects, beginning with an ice-age sculpture and concluding with a recent installation by Tracey Emin in Liverpool Cathedral, with plenty in between! This event is designed to be accessible and open to all. Everyone is welcome to attend, whatever your level of interest in art.

Please RSVP to Fr Tim on curate.headington@gmail.com so we can plan for numbers – or just come on the night!


Grave Talk

posted 22 Mar 2018, 07:58 by CTH Webmaster   [ updated 4 Apr 2018, 10:44 ]


Coffee Morning
They say that the only certainties in life are death and taxes. So, on Monday 26th March at 10:30am in the Risinghurst Community Centre the Pastoral Care team of Holy Trinity are hosting Grave Talk: a coffee morning to talk about end-of-life issues.  This is a chance to discuss anything to do with bereavement, terminal illness, death, wills, old age, or anything else you would like to talk about. Transport can be arranged for anyone who needs it. 

For more details or to arrange a lift, call Joan (Ox 738983) or Anne (Ox 351739).  

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