We are a growing Anglican Church, near the centre of Thame, a charming old market town in the county of Oxfordshire, close to the Chiltern Hills.
If this is your first visit, you can find out more about us at our ‘About us’ page.
Whether you're here because you want to know more about the Christian faith, you're looking for a place to worship, you're planning to be married or would like to have your childchristened, we hope you will be able to find all the information you need here on our website.
The next Thame Mens Breakfast is by Krish Kandiah, and titled : "Paradoxology: why Christianity was never ment to be simple".
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Good evening from Ghana
As you may be aware from the news, Friday and Saturday have been unsettled in Niger. Friday there were riots in the several towns and today (Saturday) the unrest spread to other areas including Niamey. The unrest is a protest against the recent publication by Charlie Hebdo of the cartoons of the prophet Mohammed.
There have been a few deaths. Many churches have been burned. We have heard from Kieran and Liam and they are safe and sound, although Kieran and his class were returning from an overnight camping trip and encountered a bit more excitement as they were in the vicinity of one mob. There is uncertainty as to what tomorrow (Sunday) will bring.
As our usual end of the month pub night is on hold during the Alpha course, Ray and I have decided it's time to go out for a curry to keep our group alive and kicking!
Read the latest email from Phll Bauman, our mission partner with SIM in Ghana.
Daughters of Cambodia exists to empower those trapped in the sex industry to walk free and to find fullness of life, with healing, wholeness and the means to prosper.
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