St George’s Flower Festival

It’s a hive of activity at St George’s Church today as the displays are readied for the Flower Festival which is taking place in the church from 10am… Read More

Pilgrimage to Oberammergau

A group of 24 from the benefice are taking part in a pilgrimage to Austria this week, led by Revd Becky. She has sent this update: “The pilgrimage… Read More

Co-ordinating help for Ukraine

The Oxford Diocese is offering a co-ordinated approach to giving on-going help, practical support and prayer for the many who have been forced to flee Ukraine, and those… Read More

St John’s Open Future

St John’s PCC is excited to finally launch its iCAP Project, enabling access for everyone The Improving Community Access Project (iCAP) aims to improve the accessibility, openness, visibility… Read More

2022 – A Year of Nature

Whether you’ve already got (or broken) a New Year’s resolution… be sure to fall in love with nature in a new way this year. Here are some ideas… Read More

Benefice Quiet Day

‘Spiritual wisdom for a changing world – Revelations of Divine Love’ a benefice Quiet Day exploring how the ancient wisdom of Julian of Norwich can speak into our… Read More

1st Sunday

We’re excited to announce this new event for families at St Johns. Meeting on the first sunday of each month at 4pm, it will be a chance to… Read More

Remembrance Sunday

There will be outdoor Acts of Remembrance at both churches on Remembrance Sunday, following the regular Sunday services. At St George’s this will take place at 10.45am, and… Read More

COP26 – our Benefice response – St John

St John’s joined with St George’s to mark the pivotal time at the start of the COP26 meetings in Glasgow. We joined with churches throughout the UK and… Read More

COP26 – our Benefice response – St George

St George’s has risen to the moment and has a thought provoking display of boats in the church cloister lobby, created by the young people of St George’s,… Read More