Face-to-Face Worship is now possible again, at the usual time of 10am on Sunday mornings, but booking is essential and can be done by clicking the link above, or by speaking to your pastoral visitor.
Here is a recording of our most recent service:
All are welcome to book, whether you have been to this church before or not.… Read more
Kidlington Methodist Church is the focal point for a whole range of community activities – from youth groups, to carers groups, coffee mornings to fun days. Above all, of course it is a place of worship where our simple mission is to love God; to love one another; and to love our neighbours, whoever and wherever they may be.… Read more
We are delighted to have received £2000 from the Coop Midcounties Community Fund towards our Transformation project.
We are very grateful to www.midcounties.coop, as this money is a significant boost towards our target, all the more appreciated because traditional fundraising efforts have had to be suspended. We are really excited that our project is making so much progress!… Read more
Local Preacher David Matthews always brings a large chest to his services, from which appear all kinds of objects from scientific instruments to rocks to gas lanterns, but what is the history of this mysterious battered chest? Find out in this, the first of the videos on David’s YouTube channel:… Read more
We are starting up a weekly prayer meeting via Zoom on Tuesday evenings from 7 to 7.30pm. It will be an opportunity to spend time together in prayer with perhaps a Bible reading to get us started.
If you would like our church family to pray for a particular concern, please post your request in a comment below.
Please note that prayer requests are moderated and passed to our pastoral team. They will only be posted below if you ask us to do so. You are also very welcome to contact our Minister, Paul Carter.… Read more
May we who are merely inconvenienced
Remember those whose lives are at stake.
May we who have no risk factors
Remember those most vulnerable.
May we who have the luxury of working from home
Remember those who must choose between preserving their health or making their rent.
May we who have the flexibility to care for our children when their schools close
Remember those who have no options.… Read more
September is a time of new beginnings and welcomes in the Methodist Church. This year, despite (and even because of) Covid-19, has been no exception for Kidlington Methodist Church. A couple of weeks ago we welcomed two new ministers into the Oxford Methodist Circuit. Miriam Moule will be the new minister for Cowley Road church and Methodist chaplain for Oxford Brookes University, while Peter Powers will be based at Wesley Memorial church and takes on the big job of circuit superintendent. … Read more