Welcome to the community page for Churches Together in Charlbury
We aim to encourage shared worship and prayer, learning, service and evangelism, with each church sharing with others the treasures of its tradition.
Membership is open to any church in Charlbury whose parent body is a full member church of the body known as "Churches Together in England". You can visit our website at www.churchestogether.org/charlbury
Churches Together in England is the national body set up by the churches in 1990, and has partner bodies in Scotland, Wales and Ireland. Churches Together in Britain and Ireland is the successor body to the British Council of Churches, and co-ordinates the work of the four nations.
Churches Together in England is 'A visible sign of the Churches' commitment as they seek a deepening of their communion with Christ and with one another, and proclaim the Gospel together by common witness and service. Its strength comes from people from different traditions finding new ways to work and worship together'. You are welcome to join us on the journey.
There are five churches in Charlbury and all are represented on the Churches Together in Charlbury Committee which meets every two months to discuss and coordinate activities as well as to support each other. The Chairmanship rotates around the churches.
Baptist Church www.charlbury.info/community/34?category=8
Methodist Church www.charlbury.info/community/59?category=8
St Mary's Church of England Church www.charlbury.info/community/37?category=8
St Teresa's Roman Catholic Church www.charlbury.info/community/75?category=8
The CTC website has links to statements from church leaders on the refugee crisis as well as useful info to help people respond in the best way.
Christians in Charlbury from all churches are praying and working together to offer help.
Street Fair CTC usually have a stall selling homemade produce, proceeds to the Corner House and Memorial Hall and CTC supported charities. This takes place in September.
For 2018 the theme for the series of Lent talks organised by CTC was MODERN PROPHETS.
All talks were recorded and are available online at St Mary's Church website:
AGM 2018 tbc
Three of our churches are drop off points for the North Oxfordshire Community Foodbank Donations of store cupboard food (with a 6-month use by date) are welcomed for distribution to families in need within our area.
There is a donation point at the Baptist Church, the Methodist Church and St Mary's Church. However, food parcel collections need to be collected from Charlbury Baptist Church. For further information contact Jean email : email@example.com
Please note that all five Charlbury Churches contribute and donations can be received from anyone.
There are four United Services a year, in January for Christian Unity, in May for Christian Aid, in August at the end of Holiday Club week and in October for One World Week and they are hosted in rotation between the five denominations. United Services are usually held at 9.45 am in St Mary's Church.