what we do

This tag describes things we're doing/have done. It's a bit of a diary for us, and hopefully it gives you an idea of what to expect if you'd like to join us one day - everyone welcome :-)

Our homepage should always show what's happening right now, and how to find us. For an overview of our cycles etc. see the what we do page.

community conversation 20 Sept 2009 This cycle is called The Word Cycle. We’ll be looking at words in all their forms: speaking, text,  language and stories.

Harvey and Niamh This cycle we're looking at children and childhood through the eyes of the Christian tradition - hopefully helping us to think about ourselves as children (the one relationship we all share) of our parents as well as children of our heavenly Father, and our attitudes towards child

mayBe usually follows a seven-week cycle, six weeks of Thursday community meals and Sunday Eucharist/worship gatherings followed by a week of rest; a time for friends, family. We'll be starting a full new cycle with a new theme after Greenbelt, but let's consider the few weeks up-to Greenbelt as a mini-cycle! There's lots of food for thought and prayer in the GB theme (standing in the long now), and we've got our new forms worship contribution to get ready.
  • thurs 13 august: community meal at the emma & john's
john makes light patterns It's week seven! mayBe rests on week seven, so no community meal or Sunday gathering this week. We'll put up details for the whole next cycle soon.
Labyrinth tile
Sunday 26 July we're celebrating in that great outdoors/cathedral, known to others as South Park, 10:30. Thursday 30th July, 7pm we'll be meeting at Sam, Dave and Ariane's to explore the Chalgrove labyrinth!
labyrinthThis Thurs (16 July) we're meeting at Debs & Ali's in Headington. A chance to consider mayBe's current journey, including hearing back about the meeting with the Bishop (Weds 15th). Sunday 19th July: 12:30  Saint Mary and John's Church Labyrinth, Cowley Rd (opposite the Coop!)
Thursday: Meeting at Jim's in Cowley for the community meal, and thanks Sam for preparing our resource on laberynths. Sunday Eucharist we're joining with Home and StillPoint for their Into the Silent land eucharist (part of the StillPoint weekend with Martin Laird) in St John's church Iffley Road (St. Steven's House -- opposite university rugby ground) at 10:30am.

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