Join us for an evening of games at the Boundary Park Pavilion Bar on Great Western Park, from 7pm until ~9.30pm. We have some board games, but if you have a favourite, feel free to bring it along!
What are those BIG ISSUES, the ones about social justice and the environment that rile you, as much because you feel pretty helpless to do anything about it? So often the big issues just get politicised, and then it’s just about points scoring. And where might God be in all of this? If he createdContinue reading “Sermon Series – Speaking God’s Justice”
Save the Date!! Our Community Carol Service is taking place on Saturday 4th December at 5pm at the UTC in Didcot. Weather permitting we’ll be outside, but if it’s wet we’ll be inside. Join us for traditional Christmas carols, readings, mulled wine, and minced pies.
This Sunday we are holding our Harvest Celebration Family Service with storytelling, crafts, and activities for the little ones. It’ll be at 10.30am at the UTC on Great Western Park, followed by a soup lunch, and we’d love to see you there! If you have any questions, please drop us a message on here orContinue reading “Harvest Service”
On Sunday 19th September we are hosting a family service and BBQ at the UTC field at the back of the College (behind Asda). The field is accessible via the College car park off Greenwood Way (OX11 6BZ). Join us at 10.30am for family friendly service with storytelling, craft and contemporary worship, followed by a BBQ and picnic (salads forContinue reading “Together Again Family Service and BBQ”
A series of events celebrating life, family, and our community
“You’re braver than you believe, and stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think.” Winnie the Pooh What is your definition of bravery? In 1995, Braveheart won 5 Academy Awards (including Best Picture and Best Director for Mel Gibson). Ignoring how questionably historically accurate it is (or indeed isn’t!) there are probably two most famous parts and quotes. TheContinue reading “Weekly Reflection – 21st April 2021”
A series of 5 services focussing on difficult questions around unanswered prayer: Engaging with the Silence How am I going to get through this? Why aren’t my prayers working Where is God when heaven is silent? When will my prayers be answered?
Last night we were discussing guilt in our homegroup/life group. How can I return to God time and time again, asking forgiveness for the same sin, knowing that this will not be the last time? This is the question that was posed by one person in the group, but I think it is a feelingContinue reading “Weekly Reflection – 31st March 2021”