Just a reminder of all that is happening today.
The 10am service at St Mary’s Kidlington will be an ecumenical service led by members of the Kidlington churches to mark the start of the 9 days of 24-7 prayer for Cop 26. The guest speaker will be Jack Wakefield from Tearfund. Last month we hosted the young people on a relay walk to Glasgow and on Sunday we will be hosting another group who are cycling from Runnymede to Glasgow. The subject is so important that many different people are doing many different things. In Kidlington we are committing to praying all day and all night, but we need your involvement in this. Prayer stations are set up in the Baptist Church (nice and warm in there!) to help us in our prayers and the link is here if you feel able to sign up for a single hour. https://www.24-7prayer.com/
There will be no service at St John’s but there is an 8am communion at St Mary’s Kidlington and also 10am at Hampton Poyle.
Straight after the ecumenical service we are delighted to be able to start again with the Kidlington Theological Forum lectures at 11.30am. Get your cup of tea and come back to welcome Professor Nigel Biggar talking on: ” Thou shalt not kill….” Is war ever justified? “ (and in November we will welcome our Bishop Steven who will talk on artificial intelligence.)
At 5.30pm on the same day everyone is welcome to St Mary’s Kidlington for the monthly service of informal congregational singing and reflection ‘Sing To The Lord’.