Services in Church

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Services are continuing in the Hall while the building work is in progress. Face-to-Face Worship has now restarted and booking to attend services is no longer required. Most services are also available to join via Zoom – please email the stewards for the joining information. The Oxford Methodist Circuit’s pre-recorded online worship also continues to be made available.… Read more

This Week’s Online Worship

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Our pre-recorded online worship is provided by the Oxford Circuit.

https://oxfordmethodistsworship.wordpress.com/blog-2/

You are very welcome to join us for virtual “coffee” every Sunday at 11am via Zoom. If you don’t have the details, then contact our Minister, Paul Carter, or leave a comment below.

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Minecraft Church 26th June 2022

A Samaritan Village Refuses to Receive Jesus

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pSnJ6-FJtM0

Luke 9: 51-62

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A Samaritan village refuses to let Jesus stay there when they discover he is going to Jerusalem and the temple. Jews and Samaritans disagreed about how they should worship. As can easily happen with near-neighbours they ended up thinking of each other as the baddies.… Read more

Minecraft Church 22nd May 2022

Jesus Heals at the Pool

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=koM9A6IJUh0

John 5: 1-9

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Water seems to be important in this part of John’s gospel: in the previous chapter, Jesus chats with a woman he met at a well. Jesus told her he had ‘living water’ to offer, which would become ‘a spring of water gushing up to eternal life.’… Read more

Minecraft Church 24th April 2022

Jesus appears to his disciples

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s6ggrHPkWsU&t=1031s

John 20: 19-31

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The “resurrection” of Jesus is a core part of Christian faith — the idea that Jesus’s death was not the end. Whatever happened was wonderful but strange and difficult to understand.

Jesus’s resurrection body is different but still with something of what went before.… Read more

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