The Harvest Fair centred around the theme ‘Buy it. Swap it. Reuse it’ was a lovely relaxed atmosphere with something for everyone and time to try different things with friends or chat with new people.
Saturday 11th July was the 10th annual Headington Summer Fun Day in Bury Knowle Park. Read more to find out how it went.
HBC mission weeks last year were a fantastic time where the church reached out to say ‘hello!’ to the Headington community. One of the highlights were the ‘conversation starter’ plinths that were dotted around Headington shops with a variety of innovative ways to get talking to passers-by. You can read about them here. This year […]
Churches Together in Headington hosted a debate between local candidates and representatives standing for our constituency in the upcoming General Election. Robin Peake explains why…
Find out what happened when we visited residents door-to-door and invited them to Northway at 5.
We promised we’d have ballet in the bedshop and we did! We’ve also had dancing at the URC in Risinghurst, artists at Andrews Estate Agents and Poets at Leaders (with home-made mince pies and mulled wine!).
Barton Community Church host a house warming celebration.
There were 28 of us in total gathering to Pray, Love, Eat – the title of our first Northway Church @5 church service. There was a fantastic air of anticipation as some of us experienced Northway Church for the first time. Of course for others they were there after many years at Northway. We had a great time of worship and prayer and then visited 3 areas that had been set up to help us really think and pray about Northway and the future venture.
This morning we opened our doors for the Annual Harvest fair. The kids bake off was amazing, so much tasty cake…
Robin Peake talks about how a group of Christians from Headington Baptist Church and the Thrive team are working out how to live intentionally as Christians in a community. This story is about their work and lives on the estate of Barton.