This page contains a few of our many past events. Further details of recent events can be found in our church magazine elsewhere on our website.

 

 

 

Easter 2018

In the weeks leading up to Easter, the Junior Church enjoyed creating the Holy Week story in Handprints.  On Easter Day they enjoyed sharing this with the congregation as well as making Easter Cakes

 

Palm Sunday 2018

On Palm Sunday we again welcomed the ‘ecumenical donkey’ to New Road.  He was greeted by the congregation together with the junior church from Wesley Memorial church. Some then walked with the donkey to its next destination waving palm leaves. It was a lovely visual reminder of this part of the Easter story.

Christmas Dec 2017

 

 

 

Teach a Child 10th Anniversary

At our service on 3rd December we celebrated the 10th Anniversary of the charity ‘Teach a Child’, founded by several of our church members, which was set up to enable orphaned and other vulnerable children from poor families in Kenya to attend secondary school..  You can find out more details about the work this charity does at www.tac-africa.org

Harvest Oct 2017

Pictures from our harvest festival service.

Art, Spirituality & Justice Weekend - September 2017

On 24-25 September 2017 we welcomed Rev Dr Richard Kidd and Rev Mike Lowe to lead us in a weekend of reflection, participation and meditation.  They shared the background to their art and poetry projects, their charity Painting for Freedom, and how they have used this to support Freeset, a fair-trade business offering employment to women trapped in Kolkata’s sex trade.

 

A&S Day Flyer

Kat's leaving service - July 2017

In July 2017, we said goodbye to our minister Kat Bracewell, who has moved to Windsor Baptist Church, after 10 years of successful ministry with us.

An account of Kat’s leaving service can be found in our latest church magazine.

Easter 2017

Here are a few photos from our Easter celebrations:

 

Palm Sunday 2017

On Palm Sunday, we joined in with other central Oxford churches and processed through Oxford with a real donkey from a nearby donkey sanctuary as part of our service.  A photographic record can be found HERE.