This group meets in the Church Lounge fortnightly on Tuesday afternoons to discuss chapters of particular books chosen for their spiritual relevance. Please check dates etc. under the Events tab, in the newsletter or with Susan Scott 01235 522960




The Faith Forum for adults takes place in the Church Centre Hall on the first Sunday of the month at 9.15 am.  Tea, coffee and breakfast items are served from 9.00 am. The Forum takes the form of an illustrated talk, often by a visiting speaker, followed by time for discussion.  Current details are posted under the Faith Forum tab




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The labyrinth has been used by Christians since the fourth century as a spiritual aid and symbol of the spiritual journey. The labyrinth depicted here is found in an early eleventh-century copy of Boethius’s Consolation of Philosophy produced at Abingdon Abbey and now in Cambridge University Library. The design seems to date from the time of the Abbey’s abbot Siweard (1030-1044 AD) and may have been produced around the year 1048.

‘It is not too much, for the human beings that we are, to remain before God in contemplative waiting. In such prayer a veil is lifted sometimes placed from what in faith cannot be expressed, herself, and the inexpressible leads to adoration.’

--Brother Roger of Taizé From A Path of Hope