Contactless Offerings: St Giles’ is part of a national trial for collecting
donations via contactless cards. If you wish to give your weekly donation via card, please use the system which is on the coffee bar. If you have any
feedback about using the system, please do let Tom know.
St Giles’ Choir CD: This Sunday sees the launch of the new Choir CD (price
£10), which will be on sale in church after the 10:30 am service.
From Revd Georgie Simpson: On Michaelmas Sunday, 30th Sept, I am officially retiring from my position as Associate Priest in the Benefice. My final service will be the 10.30 am Parish Eucharist at St Margaret’s. Ben and I would like to invite you all to drinks and nibbles after that service and do hope you will be able to join us.
Exodus Exhibition at St Giles’: This runs until 30th Sept and aims to raise funds for supporting three Oxford-based organisations, Sanctuary Hosting, Asylum Welcome and Refugee Resource, through sales and donations – hence, one of our green ‘buckets’ at the back of the church.Half Marathon on Sunday 7th Oct: There will be road closures to allow this to take place.(See https://uk.virginsport.com/event/oxford-2018/faqs)
Services on Sunday 7th October (Trinity 19): 8:00 am – Holy Communion (BCP);10:30 am –Confirmation and Holy Communion;3:00 pm – Animal Service;6:30 pm– Evensong.
Priest and Pints: After Evensong on Sunday 7th October atThe Royal Oak.
Lunchtime Talks at St Giles’: The new series begins on Thursday 11th October at 12:30 pm – Auden, the Psalms and Me; Speaker – J Chester Johnson (Poet, Essayist and Translator). Everyone welcome!
Jazz at St Giles’: (All concerts start at 7:30 pm). 13th October – Trifarious Trio; 27th October – Ben Holder Hot Club de Paris; 10th November – Art Themen Quintet; 17th November – Brickwork Lizards; 24th November – Tommaso Starace; 1st December – David Gordon Trio.
Prayer Requests – Cycle of Prayer: Week 1
Poole, George Pulford, Becca Henderson, Roy Darke, Maxine,
John Ashton, Claire Woods, Betty Couldrey, Bernard Masterman, Andrew McLean
Year’s Mind: 29th – Francis John William Slay (1918)