What is mindfulness? And how can you learn it? Read the Revd Tim Stead on Mindfulness in Oxford
Saturday 15 March 2016: A day at Ripon College Cuddesdon to consider the important issue of migration for our society and churches. Migrants will share stories and views and there will be opportunities to discuss what the Christian faith has to say about migration. We will learn more about the UK context and policy responses … Continue Reading »
Summertown Wolvercote Church Partnership are organising a Lent Quiet Day led by Sister Mary Stephen CSJB on Saturday 13 February 10.00 am to 4.00 pm at the Cherwell Centre – details here: Lent Quiet Day (Wolvercote)
Here are the notes from the HEADREST MEETING Nov 5th 2015.
Headrest is a local resource for the parishes and chaplaincies in the deaneries of Oxford and Cowley. For details look at the Headrest poster.
Third or fourth Tuesday in the month in St Margaret’s Church, Oxford, at 7.45pm. Usually we have an introductory talk on some aspect of spirituality followed by twenty minutes of silent prayer. Everyone is welcome. We have members from five Deanery churches. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Headrest is the initiative of both the Oxford and Cowley deaneries, aiming to offer a campaigning voice, bringing understanding and practical support to people within our churches, parishes and places of work, leisure and study.Minutes of the September 2015 Headrest meeting
Alix Gould, who is the Oxford Schools Chaplaincy secondary schools worker has supplied extracts from a sample lesson for anyone interested in sharing the Christmas story with young people in years 5 to 7. There is a Christmas lesson plan and a christmas story cartoon. You could also get people to fill in a birth … Continue Reading »
This autumn Christians Against Poverty (CAP) are offering short courses on helping people to gain control of their finances. Full details in their flyer, CAP Money Oxford Autumn 2015
Disturbed by mind and spiritSubtitled “mental health and healing in parish ministry”, this book, written by Gavin Knight (Vicar of St Michael’s, Summertown) and Joanna Knight (a clinical psychologist), has been described by Dr Paula Gooder as “essential reading for all those involved in parish ministry, whether lay or ordained”.