Baptism and bring and share lunch on 13th January Ottilie (Kate Kemp’s daughter and the youngest member of the choir) is being baptised in the service on the 13th January. She’s really hoping that as many people as possible are able to join her and her friends and family for a bring and share lunch to celebrate Tillie becoming part of the St Margaret’s family. Please email Michele and Kate (email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org) to let them know what you can bring – bottle, sweet or savoury.
Summer Accommodation for Dan and Sandra Howe “We have been members of St Margaret’s for over 20 years, although we now live in Los Angeles, California. Every year we request a notice in the Church for summer accommodation so we can revisit our beloved Oxford for about 6 weeks. We are happy to house-sit with pets, or house-swap if anyone want to visit Los Angeles, negotiate some other arrangement, or pay rent if needed. Any length of time between one and six weeks from 1st July to the middle of August will be a welcomed”.
The number of newly-stitched kneelers for St. Margaret’s is gradually growing. However, we would like to step up our output! We meet monthly to sew together and if you would like to join our group please email Cheryl Trafford (email@example.com).
The Oxford Centre for Mission Studies (OCMS) have announced their Chapel Speakers for January, as follows:
16th, Bill Prevette, OCMS Faculty
23rd, Tim Keene, OCMS Faculty
30th Service of prayer and reflection, no speaker
The services start at 9.30am in St. Philip & St. James Church, last about for about an hour and are followed by coffee.
Items for the notices to firstname.lastname@example.org by Thursday, 12 noon please.
Services and events this coming week
Sick: Audrey Faber, Christina Dagleish, Margaret Holmes, Polly, Anne Screech, Becca Henderson, Joan Johnson, Rodney Brown, Ann Carney, Richard Finn, Mary Crawford, Barbara Levick
Year’s mind: Bob Conley (14/1/2007), Doreen Myhill (19/1/2000),
Hilda Campbell (19/1/2001)