FOLLOW THIS LINK to register your kids (Years K-6) for our CIRCUS Holiday Club, running 9-11 October in the second week of the next school holidays. It’s bound to be heaps of fun, with jugglers, lion tamers, trapeze artists, and more!
Thanks to everyone who joined us for Space Academy holiday kid’s club – it was great fun!
Click to view the Space Academy Highlights video
On Saturday the 28th February join us for our Parish Dinner. Hear from +Rick Lewers on Evangelism, pray together and encourage one another. Please RSVP to Simon or Yvonne or via email on the contact page.
Once again Oxley Vale Anglican Community Church will be in the park singing Christmas Carols in December!
Saturday 13 December, Fraser Park (Kirkham Crescent), from 6pm.
Come down and join us!
Our Diocese is celebrating its Centenary this year with many events across the region. The Tamworth region has invited Colin Buchanan to join with us in thanking God for what he has been doing in the Diocese of Armidale over the last 100 Years and praying for the future. Please come along, its all free!
You can check out the website here http://www.bigbirthdaybash.info/
Oxley Vale Anglican Community Church’s annual Kid’s Holiday Club is on again this October!
Registrations are now open for ‘Knights of the King’ – a 3 day program on 1-3 October, including a Thursday night performance for parents, grandparents and carers.
Brochures are available from Oxley Vale Public School or by contacting the church office. The price is excellent and fun is guaranteed!
Book the day for LifeFest in Bicentennial Park. That beautiful day when the churches of Tamworth get together and put on a party for their neighbours – and they come in thousands. A day for Christians to model the love of Jesus in many ways, and people go away different because they’ve had a brush with Him through the kindness of His people.
SATURDAY 25 MAY
11am – 3pm
Bicentennial Park, Tamworth
Everything is FREE!
The people of Oxley Vale Anglican Community Church enjoyed a great evening together last Friday, eating together and thinking about the good things happening in the church and hearing plans for how those good things might be shared with their community.
The Vicar, Simon Carter, encouraged those present to think about change, whether good or bad, and contrasted the inevitability of change in the world we live in with the unchangeableness of Jesus. Chaplain Tom Magill presented some demographic research on the Oxley Vale area and encouraged the church to think how best it can serve the people in that area. Year 13 Gap Year Student Matt Smith gave an outline of his involvement in this year with young people, conferences and training.
A big ‘Thank You’ to all who helped set-up, cook, clean or otherwise contribute on the night!
Sunday 3rd March was scheduled as Clean Up Australia Day, and the members of Oxley Vale Anglican pitched in to lend a hand, gathering bags of rubbish from around the premises of the school where we meet.
This is an important community event in communities around Australia, and, for the Christian community it is an opportunity to reflect locally God’s global love for his creation. As the Psalmist says in Psalm 24 –
The earth is the LORD’S, and all it contains,
The world, and those who dwell in it.
For He has founded it upon the seas
And established it upon the rivers.