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World Day of Prayer 2020

posted 29 Jan 2020, 19:30 by CTH Webmaster   [ updated 14 Mar 2020, 12:39 ]

The World Day of Prayer Service for 2020 will take place on Friday 6th of March, 10:30am at Holy Trinity, Headington Quarry. The theme of this year's service is "Rise! Take Your Mat and Walk" and has been compiled for us by the women of Zimbabwe.

All are welcome at the service, please feel free to stay for refreshments afterwards.

Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 2020

posted 14 Dec 2019, 07:36 by CTH Webmaster   [ updated 14 Mar 2020, 12:40 ]

Our unity service for the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 2020 is being held on Sunday 19 January, 3pm at St Mary's Church in Barton.  Our guest speaker will be Dr Myra Blyth, of Regents Park College in Oxford.  As in previous years, half of the offering taken at the service will be given to a charity of the speaker's choice.  Dr Blyth has chosen Mint House as the charity to support this year, it is a restorative justice charity based in Oxford. 

St Marys Community Development Worker

posted 14 Dec 2019, 07:21 by CTH Webmaster   [ updated 22 Jan 2020, 11:31 ]

St. Mary’s Church is situated in Barton, Oxford and serves a Parish which includes Barton, Sandhills and the new Barton Park development. Over the past 3 years St. Mary’s Church has grown and they are now looking for a self-motivated individual with experience of working with church and community groups to join the staff team. The overall purpose of the role is to strengthen and support those activities and projects that have already been established by St. Mary’s Church and to initiate new community groups and partnerships. For more information click here to read the job description. 

Advent Family Film Night

posted 28 Nov 2019, 09:28 by CTH Webmaster   [ updated 22 Jan 2020, 11:31 ]

This Advent, we are delighted to be able to offer a film showing for families. The event will be held after school on Wednesday 18th December at St Andrew’s Church, Headington, OX3 9DL. 

We will be showing “The Star” – a fantastic re-imagining of the Nativity story, told from the perspective of the donkey! Doors will open at 4.00pm, when we will be serving food for the children and mulled drinks for the adults. You can enjoy a “follow the star” game in the church, before the film begins at 5.00pm. Children are welcome to bring cushions and dressing-gowns with them to be as comfortable as possible! 

The film will be over by 6.30pm, at which time it’s back home for bed! This event is ideal for children aged 2-10, but parents / carers must be present throughout. Look out for posters around the local area. If you have any questions about this event, please ask Tim Howles.

Charity Soup Night

posted 28 Nov 2019, 08:51 by CTH Webmaster   [ updated 22 Jan 2020, 11:35 ]

The ecumenical charity, Friends of the Holy Land (FHL), is holding a soup night where you can come and hear about their work that supports vulnerable Christians in the Holy Land.  It is being held at St Anthony of Padua Church Hall, 115 Headley Way, on Thursday 5th December at 7pm.  Parking is available on site and all are welcome. 

Come and Sing Evensong at All Saints' Church

posted 15 Oct 2019, 12:38 by CTH Webmaster   [ updated 22 Jan 2020, 11:36 ]

All Saints' Church Choir invites people from the Headington Churches to join with them in singing Choral Evensong on Sunday 3rd November at 6pm.

The time table for the afternoon is:
4pm - Choir Rehearsal
5:15pm - Hymn Rehearsal (or those who don't want to sing with the choir) followed by tea and cake.
6:00pm - Service

Music list:
Canticles - Brewer in D
Anthem - Stainer 'How Beautiful Upon the Mountain'
Ferial Responses

Please use this form to let them know if you intend singing, whether in the choir or congregation, so that they know how many people to expect (and how many cakes to bake). 

Don't worry if you are unused to singing Evensong, this is a wonderful chance to find out with a friendly choir and congregation. If you would like an A4 poster for your church, you can download a copy here.

Fifth Sunday Service

posted 24 Aug 2019, 13:17 by CTH Webmaster   [ updated 15 Oct 2019, 12:21 ]

At the last C.T.i.H.committee meeting it was decided that when there was a 5th Sunday in the month members would be asked to consider going to an evening service at another church.

September 29th is such a Sunday and Holy Trinity Headington Quarry have a Taize service that evening which we are all welcome to attend.

Headington Funday 2019

posted 17 Jun 2019, 12:50 by CTH Webmaster   [ updated 24 Aug 2019, 13:04 ]

Well, it is about four weeks to go and we are counting down to this year's Headington Funday. This is the fourteenth year of the Funday and each year has been a time of great blessing for all involved. (Click here for a pdf of the A5 flyer.)  We are getting ready on several fronts: fundraising, asking for volunteers, and prayer. No question which is more important, it is prayer! 

So we have organised some extra prayer times in addition to the monthly Priory Prayers meeting on June 24th. The details are below, if you have any questions about the prayer times, email Phil Herklots for answers.

We also need help with finding some marquees/ gazebos for the day. As well as about 100 volunteers on the day to keep things running smoothly. If you can help or would like to volunteer, please email Carmen Guanzon.

We look forward to seeing you all on the 13th in the Park!

AGM 2019

posted 11 May 2019, 13:54 by CTH Webmaster   [ updated 24 Aug 2019, 13:06 ]

The Annual General Meeting of Churches Together in Headington will take place on Wednesday 15th May at 7:30pm in the Church Room at St Andrew's Old Headington. The Rev. Tim Howles has kindly agreed to take the chair.

The AGM is open to all members of Headington churches and we hope you will encourage your church members to attend. This is an opportunity to bring ideas to shape our work and witness as churches together in the year to come.

At our AGM in 2017 we confirmed our ongoing commitment to working together . We held a well attended election hustings shortly after our meeting and have continued with our regular activities such as monthy priory prayers, the annual Funday and the REInspired programme in schools. We circulated Christmas cards advertising our services and held a carol concert at the Farmers'Market. Our quarterly meetings have continued with a rota for chairing the meetings.

Thinking Hopefully at St Andrew's Church

posted 24 Feb 2019, 11:15 by CTH Webmaster   [ updated 29 May 2019, 10:20 ]

Thinking hopefully about the future -- is this possible? St Andrew's is hosting an evening to discuss whether at a time of uncertainty Christianity offers vision for the future.  The speaker will be the Rt. Rev'd Dr Steven Croft, the Bishop of Oxford.  

The event takes place on Wednesday 20th March at St Andrew's Church, Headington OX3 9DL. 
7:30-8:00pm refreshments
8:00-9:00pm presentation

All are welcome, no booking is required.  

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