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
Annual Parochial Church Meeting
Sunday 30 April at 12.15pm.
St. James Church, Beauchamp Lane
An important meeting for all members of the parish.
Friday 5 May 2017 at 6.45pm
St. James Church Centre, Beauchamp Lane
A talk by Liz Woodley
Admission £5 per person
Saturday 13 May 12.00-3.00pm.
St.James Church Centre, Beauchamp Lane.
Bedding plants, Tomato plants, other vegetables, small shrubs and everything you need for the garden together with other stalls.(gifts, books, etc.)
Thy Kingdom Come
Sunday 28 May 2017 at 6.00pm.
The Archbishops' call to prayer : Followers of Jesus - Come join us in prayer for East Oxford and for our mission.
More details at : firstname.lastname@example.org
Come and join our open day where you can chat about weddings and how we might help you celebrate your special day.
“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."
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)
St Francis Annual Congregational Meeting, St James Annual Congregational Meeting & the APCM- why are they important? Please watch this video. (link to video)
Thy Kingdom Come 2017: The Archbishops' invitatuion to prayer
The Anglican Asian Church Youth Choir
On Sunday 26 July our three congregations from the Asian Anglican Living Church, St. Francis Church and St. James Church joined together in an exuberant celebration of the feast of St. James.
CHURCHES TOGETHER IN COWLEY
Palm Sunday Ecumenical Procession 2015
During the five weeks of Lent this year most of the Home groups in our parish will meet weekly and study a wonderful book called "The Nail" by bishop Stephen Cottrell. After Lent the home groups will continue to meet regularly, mostly every two weeks. Some are using modules of the Pilgrim Course whilst others will follow different study series. All of our home groups provide time for sharing, discussion and prayer for each other. For more details of the Pilgrim Course see below.
All home groups welcome new members at any time. For full details of all home groups and contact numbers go to our Home Group page.
As a first stage we offer the world-class Alpha Course which has now helped millions of people in over 150 different countries to discover what God means for them and to begin following Jesus in their daily lives. We normally have a course running somewhere in the parish so do please contact Ed for details on 01865 778243.
Alpha is a series of conversations around food which cover all the basics of the Christian faith with plenty of opportunity for you to ask your own questions. Read more here.
As stage two we now other the new and exciting Pilgrim Course which was launched in 2013 with the final sections due to be published in 2015. This course is hosted by one of our regular parish home groups so you will get the change to meet with others who have been 'on the road' as Christians a little longer - but we are all learners together. The group meets just twice a month and different people lead each session with video resources etc. For more details please contact Mark on 07985 631816.
Pilgrim is a series of discussions based on such things as The Lord's Prayer, The Beatitudes, and Holy Communion but very focused on what these mean for our normal life in the family or at work.
You can watch an introduction to Alpha here and find their YouTube channel here.
You can watch an introduction to Pilgrim here with more information here.
St. James Church Centre,
13 Beauchamp Lane, Oxford,
OX4 3LF, UK