Events and Services

We have temporarily closed our church buildings for public worship and social gatherings but services will resume on Sunday 14th March 2021. A full worship schedule will be available soon. Please check our homepage regularly for up-to-date service details. 

Our online services will continue every Sunday morning at 9.30am. Please contact the Benefice Administrator for Zoom access details.

Breakfast Time at St Mary’sUSPG breakfast discussion

Come and join us on the fourth Sunday for breakfast and discussion, starting at 9.30 a.m. with Coffee/Tea and Croissants followed by an informal discussion at 10 am.  The following topics are:


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This contemplative prayer meeting gathers every Wednesday at All Saints’ Church, Cuddesdon at 2.10pm ready for a prompt start at 2.15pm. All are welcome to this time of reflection and silent prayer for 30 minutes.  For more information please go to

Oasis at St Giles: A sacred space for spirituality and stillness.

Oasis is a half-hour, informal service with candles, music, a passage from scripture or a poem, and short periods of reflection. Each week has a different theme and is a wonderfully comforting environment to pause and reflect in the middle of a busy week. All are welcome whether regular church attenders or not. Oasis offers something quite different to formal services.

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On the third Friday of the month the back of St Mary’s Church in Garsington is transformed into a café with tables and chairs, newspapers, coffee and cake.  When the weather is good you can enjoy the view across to the Baldons and beyond with seating outside.  Everyone is welcome to drop by between 10 am and 12 noon to catch up with friends and meet new ones.

17.2.15 142Cuddesdon Coffee Morning every second Tuesday

This very successful coffee morning held in the village hall in Cuddesdon every second Tuesday of the month.  With book shop, raffle, coffee and good company.