Welcome to our church
Cumnor URC is a small village church with a big heart:
The warm welcome is instant and sincere. We care for each other and the wider world. The Sunday service enables us to be with God in a time of spiritual renewal. The peace and calm of the monthly communion sustains and uplifts us - an oasis in an arid world.
We believe that Jesus was God in the world. He lived a life of outward-looking service and love to others and our members strive to do the same. All are welcome to sit beside us and feel the love and ensuing peace that can surround us in our old, but modernised church. See Our Statement of identity and purpose
Our members and friends generously support various charities. See Our Giving
There is a loop system in place for those with hearing problems and disabled access. The church has audio-visual technology, which is often used in services and is available for the use of hirers..
Worship every Sunday at 10.30 am
All ages worship together and there is a children's table with books and crayons and this means parents can remain in the church together. We enjoy little children being free to be themselves.
Communion is served on the first Sunday of the month and all who seek to meet Christ in the broken bread and shared cup are welcome to participate. Donations of food goods for the Community Emergency Food Bank and Asylum Welcome are accepted at this monthly service. See Our Giving
Fairtrade tea and coffee is served afterwards in our light and airy hall, where goods can be purchased from the Fairtrade stall or ordered from the catalogue.
The next in our series of Fourth Fridays will be on Friday, 24 March at 7.30 p.m. when Adrian Porter talks on "My life changed when our village flooded"
We share our Minister with our larger, sister church: St Columba's, Alfred Street, Oxford
Our attractive award winning church hall and well-equipped kitchen are available for lettings such as parties, classes, organisations and meetings. See Hall Lettings