‘Loving Lord, may your shining light fill the hearts of all who live, work and worship here in Littlemore.’
We are a church with a heart for the community. Our vision is to be an inclusive, seven-day church that embodies the love of God in our community. We share this vision with the founder of our church, John Henry Newman, who had a real pastoral heart for the people of Littlemore. We are on a journey together, prayerfully discerning God’s call to us as we serve in our local community. If you’d like us to pray for you please let us know.
‘Saved Through Christ and In His Hands’
Thursday 24th September 7.30pm on zoom.
What do New Testament writers mean when they talk about being ‘in Christ’?
The meaning of this phrase, which is especially important to St. Paul, is a longstanding puzzle. Teresa Morgan offers a new interpretation, and explores what being ‘in Christ’ tells us about the nature of Christ and what it means to live in Christ’s hands between the Resurrection and the end time.
40-45-minute talk, followed by discussion.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Safeguarding and Data Protection
Updates in view of the Coronavirus March 2020 (Please scroll down the page)
I’m afraid we can no longer meet for services but here are some way of staying connected through services and prayer.
Do you need shopping? Please do let us know! There are people in our congregation ready to do this.
Oxford Covid-19 Mutual Aid
Aid group for Oxford-based people to connect with neighbours, get help, and offer support during the Covid-19 outbreak.
Churches working together. We are working together with six other churches and church groups in our community, praise God!
Praying at home:
The most obvious resource is the excellent material on the Church of England website which has short, structured services for morning and evening.
On the BBC
The BBC has a Daily Service, which is about 15 minutes with a reflection, reading from Scripture, prayers, and hymns. It’s every day at 9.45am on the BBC website and on Radio 4 Longwave and you can also listen to services from the last 30 days:
The BBC also has a Prayer for the Day, which is about 3-4 minutes and includes reflection and prayer. It’s on at 5.43am on BBC Radio 4 and you can also listen to prayers from the last 30 days on the BBC website:
And then there is Sunday Worship, which is about 40 minutes and includes a full service from a church in the UK. It’s on Sunday mornings at 8.10am on BBC Radio 4. You can also listen to it on the BBC website, as well as services from the previous 3 weeks:
And of course Songs of Praise, every Sunday on BBC1 at 1.15 p.m.
With love and prayers for you all,