11 October 2013 a post by Bruce Stanley

Oxford Forest Church

Wonder and awe are important sources of spiritual growth for many of us, and such transcendent moments, when we feel deeply connected to something bigger than ourselves, often occur in nature.

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Many of us are also conscious of a need for a spiritual and ecological shift in how we live, and connect, with the world around us. A deepening connection with God and nature can be food for that journey. Engaging us spiritually and practically in fresh ways.

We walk this journey within the Christ tradition and aim to explore meaningful expressions of our spirituality in nature and find inspiration and structure through the rhythms of the seasons.

We plan to gather together somewhere near Oxford every quarter – usually on the third Saturday (afternoon) of every third month. Our gatherings are be open to all ages and backgrounds.

If you’re interested in joining us on this journey:

  • Join the Oxford Forest Church mailing list.
  • Join the Oxford Forest Church Facebook Group
  • You can also .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) for more details.

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#1. By Andrea Harding on November 10, 2013

Would you mind sending details about the next Oxford gatherings? We live in Nottingham and would be interested to join you sometime. Many thanks.

#2. By Dorothy Plater on February 09, 2014

Please could you let me know of any forthcoming Oxford gatherings for Autumn? many thanks, wishing you all every blessing.

#3. By Richard Denner on September 11, 2014

Hi,I be interested in coming to your next meeting if possible,could I hAVE a date for it,please? God bless…..........raul

#4. By raul on November 06, 2014

Hi,I like to join you at your next gathering,when will it be thanns and God bless!

#5. By raul on November 14, 2014

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