Seven Churches in South Oxfordshire

Past Events

50 Years in Tennis

an illustrated talk given by John Beddington. Checkendon Church warmly invites you to hear some of the highlights of John’s career – a career that has included the management of top players, the running of major international events, the sponsoring of promising junior players and working for charities to bring tennis to disadvantaged children. Doors…

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Big Silence at St. Leonard’s, Woodcote

Come and enjoy the peace and tranquillity of a silent, candlelit church; the ideal space for your Advent discipline of prayer and contemplation. We end our silence at 8.30pm but please feel free to come and go within the hour if you wish.

Autumn Fair

Come to our autumn fair, which is back due to popular demand! Gifts, cakes, raffle and other goodies. Come and join us, all are welcome.

An Evening of Music 2018

Come and share in the magic of music, presented for this evening by The Friends of St Mary’s & St John’s. Clare Langan, Nick Leadbeater Hart, Chris Alcock, Leslie and David Maynerd, Mark Dallas, Andrea Kmercova-Vargas and Michael Howell will perform in a recital to suit all tastes – from The Eagles to Handel and…

Harvest Festival, St. John’s Mongewell

Harvest songs and prayers followed by a picnic which will take place inside or out, depending on the weather. Bring your own picnic (plus a folding chair) plus your gifts of tinned and other non-perishable foods for Reading Food Bank. For more details contact Rev. Alan Gates at : pearleygates@outlook.com (To get to the church,…

OPEN AIR SERVICE

Come and join us at our annual open air service on the village green. There will be communal worship, followed by a picnic lunch. All are welcome. In case of bad weather we will gather at the Pavilion. (If anyone from across the Team would like to join us for lunch from 12 noon we’d…

Ipsden Treasure Hunt

Join us in hunting for the finest treasure either on foot or by car. Hunt starts from Ipsden Church and continues around the village. After the hunting is over, teas with delicious homemade cakes are available. Every child taking part will receive a prize. Entry is £5. All proceeds to Ipsden Church.

Coffee Morning

Drop in to church for free coffee, cake and a chat.

Messy Church

Join us for family friendly fun activities in a warm, Christian environment.