Welcome to the Parish of Cowley. Bringing Christianity to life

As part of the Cowley Christian community we are here to serve the community as a whole - children and older people, students and workers, believers and those who are searching. We would love to meet you and hear how your journey in life might meet ours. You can meet us for worship, at a lunch club, in a home group, at the Community Food Bank or just drop in for a chat. Use the links below to learn more.

Regular Worship Services                                          Social Events                                                     Festivals and Fun Days    


Parish News

Alpha meals and talks continue. 7 pm Monday 17th September

 

Cowley MU invite you to a

Wine, Cheese and Poetry Evening

0n Friday, 19th October

at 7pm

At St James’ Church Centre.

Beauchamp Lane OX4 3LF

Please bring a favourite poem or two. Suggested donation of £4 with a poem and £5 without. Monies raised are for the MU’s Harvest Appeal.

 

Come and join Messy Church for fun activities to think about St Francis.

all ages are welcome  crafts, songs, story and toys

 at St Francis Church, 225 Hollow Way, Cowley, OX3 7JF.

Monday 22nd Oct. 2018

10am – 11.30am

 

 

Spring Harvest 2019

Bookings open June 13th
If you might be interested have a word with Geoff or Mary Bayliss

 

 

Our Vision

“To live out God’s purposes for us, make Christ known in Cowley and to raise up a new generation to love and serve the Lord."

 

Get Linked-up

The Parish Link gives you all the news for the current week together with the Bible Readings and a special prayer for this week. Just click for St. James, Bible or St. Francis below.


 The Cowley Link Live  (link to you tube version)

 

The Bible Course  

(link to you tube version)

  

Donating to the work at St James and St Francis  

(link to you tube version)

  

 

Our YouTube Channel

  

Link to a recent youtube playlist:  Click Here

 

Bishop Steven Croft visits Anglican Asian Living Church

 The Anglican Asian Church Youth Choir 

 



- a journey which for most of us is life-long.