What we do together

Our regular and one-off events are publicised in the Church News: http://www.kinghamchurches.org.uk/what-we-do-together/church-news/

As a church family these are our regular organised activities.


Kingham Lunch Club

Meets the Third Thursday of the Month

A Lunch Club for the over seventies and those who are housebound.

We meet for a meal and a speaker in Kingham Village Hall on the third Thursday of the month (second Thursday in December).

If you would like to find out more about the Lunch Club with a view to joining or helping with driving, please ring Lesley Sutherland on 01608 678991.


Churchill Luncheon Club

A Lunch Club for the over seventies and those who are housebound.

We meet for a meal in the Parish Rooms at All Saints, Churchill on the fourth Tuesday of the month.

If you would like to find out more about the Luncheon Club with a view to joining, please ring Joyce Woods on 01608 658738.

For more information on the upcoming meeting, please see the Church News.



This is a group for ladies of all ages who join with friends at the Methodist Church, Churchill at 2.30 – 4pm on the 1st Tuesday of each month for a short service and refreshments. Alternate months we try to have a Holy Communion Service and we usually have a speaker.

For more information on the upcoming meeting, please call June Berrett on 01608 658310 or see the Church News.



Tuesday morning fellowship group meets at 2, Blacksmith Court, Kingham, home of Brenda & John Ingram from 10 – 12 noon.

Thursday evening home group meets at 8 William Smith Close, the home of Mark and Kathie Burbridge, at 7.30pm.

For more information on the upcoming meeting dates for these groups, please see the Church News.



TGI Friday (Thank God It’s Friday) is a group open to all children in school years 3 – 6 (aged 7-10yrs).  We aim to have fun together and learn about living as a Christian through craft activities, games and a talk.  Contact Sally / David Salter on 01608 658852.

For more information on the current topic and dates please go to the Childrens section of this website.



Spark is a weekly group for boys at secondary school.  It meets on Thursday evenings at 9 Hastings Hill, 7.15-8.45pm.  We build friendships through games, Bible study and prayer.  Please contact Jonny Lowe, our benefice youthworker, on jonny.lowe@stmaryscnorton.com for more information.

For more information on the current topics being studied and dates for this term, please see the Youth section of this website.



The Youth Alpha Course is being run in Chipping Norton on Sunday evenings.

An adult Alpha course will be launched in Chipping Norton on 24th April. Please contact David Salter on 01608 652888 if you’d like to know more.






Children and Youth

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Church News

The Church News is published monthly, distributed free in Roundabout to all households in Churchill and Sarsden, and as part of the Kingham Newsletter, available from the Village Shop in Kingham. The Service Rota details the Bible readings to be used in each service in Kingham and Churchill this month and all those with a …

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Home Groups

There’s so much more to being a Christian in today’s world than just attending a regular church service. Our aim here is to help people become Christian believers, with all that that means. Then, we aim to help each other to function better as Christians as we mature.Home Bible study groups are a really helpful …

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With two church buildings, working out what service is on where and when is not easy! Hopefully, the list below will get you there. Occasionally, there are changes to the schedule. It is therefore a good idea to look at the current month’s copy of Church News  or there are always monthly lists on the church …

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The Mature

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