mayBe at North Hinksey park Jan 2018

Spring 2018

mayBe at North Hinksey park Jan 2018

We're small and feeling it at the moment. We hope that the list below will grow and blossom with Spring's warmth, but here's the things we have planned so far...

  • 15 Feb night prayer at Bethlehem chapel, All Saints Convent, St.  Mary's Rd in East Ox.

  • Sunday 25 Feb, 10:30am - lunch. Get together for little worship then a bring n shared lunch. TBC.

  • 29 March (Maundy Thurs) night prayer at Bethlehem chapel

  • 30 March Good Friday walk in Shotover followed by hot cross buns at Rich n Tracey's.

  • (Anyone daring to get up to see the sunrise on Easter this year?!)

  • 19 April night prayer at Bethlehem chapel

  • 10 May night prayer at Bethlehem chapel

  • 8-10 June Camping at Bridge House!

  • 21 June night prayer at Bethlehem chapel

  • 12 July night prayer at Bethlehem chapel

Find us

We meet in Oxford's parks and caf├ęs, our own homes and borrowed chapels. You'd be really welcome to join us at any of our getting togethers.

Call or text: 01865 575 805

Email us: sacristan@maybe.org.uk

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mayBe is made up of a couple of dozen people in and around Oxford reaching for community through sharing meals, prayers, thoughts, Eucharists and creative acts.

We have a monthly cycle of events, starting with a Soup and Soul lunch (Fridays) and including a couple of Sunday worship gatherings, and a community meal and faith discussion (Thurs eve). See what we do for deets and just drop us a line/call/tweet if you'd like to come along to anything. See our story for more on who we are and our ten year journey so far.

Recently we have been...

Kite making

This month we're thinking about Jesus' appearances and making kites to remember his ascension - a mayBe tradition!

Photo of our Good Friday improvisation

We met on Good Friday at the Kidneys nature reserve in Oxford and as we walked we found spots to stop to read from the stations of the cross texts and do some singing. As an improvisation to engage with Jesus crucified we each took a flower to represent the beauty of Jesus the person and destroyed it. We dropped the petal remnants on the ground, and it fell in the dirt and some charcoal from a long-cold fire. Before we left we kneeled around it, like the women at the cross reaching up in sorrow.

Photo of some of mayBe

The theme will be HABITUS - the idea of lived theology embodied in our habits. We will consider our existing habits, good and bad, and consider cultivating new habits collectively and individually. A sort of new year's resolution for the soul!