We are a friendly and welcoming community meeting at St Catherine's Church, which is situated at the heart of the quiet, picturesque village of Towersey - just a mile from the market town of Thame. We meet weekly throughout the year, with special services at Christmas and Easter.

Do look around this site find our more about us - or better still come and visit us, we would love to meet you.

Sunday Services at 9.30am

  • 23rd September - Parish Communion A service of Holy Communion from Common Worship led by Rev Tony Price
  • 30th September - Harvest Thanksgiving led by Rev Rachel Cross.
  • 7th October- First Sunday  A simple form of morning worship to start the month led by Keith Civval.
  • 14th October - Morning Worship An accessible service of morning prayer, led by Adrian Collier.

Sunday Tea at St Catherine's

Once a month we enjoy tea and cake together.  Do come and join us any time from 3.30-5pm. There is a short Bible focus at 4.15pm. The next tea will be on 21st October with a Bible focus from Carole Galvin.

Growing in the Christian life

It’s easy to rejoice when things go well. But Paul wrote “Rejoice in the Lord always” when he
was in prison. In his brief le􀆩er he gives us many reasons as to why we should do just that!
Do come and join us, for one evening or for the whole series, as we explore his encouraging
le􀆩er together. We meet at Black Horse Co􀆩age, Manor Road from 8pm to 9.30pm for Bible study and discussion followed by a short time of reflection and prayer.  
Download an invitation from here.

Stay In Touch

You can register to receive St Cath's InTouch by email. Go to the village website, enter your details and tick the Church box at the bottom of the page.

Redeeming Capitalism

Ken Barnes returned to Towersey recently to talk about his latest book: Redeeming Capitalism. He spoke with his usual passion and clarity about the morality of the economic decisions we take as individuals and as a society. His message was provocative and challenging - yet ultimately optimistic. Capitalism can be redeemed, he argued, but it will require the Christian values of faith, hope and love. You can pre-order the book from Amazon with this link.

Bell tower

St. Catherine's is a member of the Oxfordshire Diocesan Guild of Bellringers, South Oxon Branch. Read more on the Bell Ringing Website and enjoy the view from the church tower with this photo-sphere image.

A New Vision for St Catherine's

Our newly repaired and refurbished church building is due to be ready at the beginning of May. To co-incide with the opening of the new facilities we have developed a new vision, with new activities and new initiatives planned.  Read on...

Review of 2017

Our annual review of 2017 covering the activities and finances of the church has been published. Copies are available at the back of church or can be downloaded from this link.

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