St Andrew's is a small, friendly church on the western edge of Oxford. It is part of Cumnor (Church of England) Parish in the Diocese of Oxford. Here you can find out about us, our activities and our history,
but please come and see for yourself, and learn more with us about what it means to worship God,
to follow Jesus Christ, and to serve our community.
Live church services start again!
We are holding services once a month at St Andrew's. The next one will be a Remembrance Sunday service on
8 November at 10am.
There is a Sunday service at
St Michael's Cumnor every week at 10.30am. There are the usual restrictions in line with the coronavirus safety procedures: masks should be worn, and the 2m distance maintained between you and the next person, whether sitting in church or outside in the churchyard. There will be music, but we can't join in the singing.
You can also see the St Michael's service online from 10am on Sundays:
Harvest gifts go to food bank
The Head of Cumnor C of E Primary School, Ed Read, helps to load up harvest gifts from the school and parish for the Community Emergency Food Bank
Cumnor parish and Cumnor CofE Primary school have joined in sending a car-full of food to a local food bank to celebrate harvest this October.
Instead of asking church members and school children to bring their gifts forward in a special service, this year everyone was invited to leave gifts throughout the week at the school or the vicarage. The gifts were taken to the Community Emergency Food Bank in Cowley, which is delivering parcels to those is need during the pandemic, rather than opening its doors.
CEF is one of the organisations which the parish has supported for many years, providing food and volunteers. We have suspended our regular collections of food; please see the CEF website to find out how you can support this work.
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Processing gifts of food at the CEF warehouse in Cowley.
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