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

We follow a cycle of different Sunday services through the month all starting at 9.30am and once a month we have St Cath's Café - family tea with a difference from 3.30 to 5pm.

Upcoming services at 9.30am are: 
  • 1 Jan - No Service
  • 8 Jan - Morning Worship - an accessible service of morning prayer with Rev Simon Baynes.
  • 22 Jan - Parish Communion - A service of Holy Communion from Common Worship, with Rev Rachel Cross.
On 29th Jan at 3.30pm we have a special afternoon service in a Celtic Style.

Exploring the Bible - Together

Our Sunday School for 3-12 year-olds, Adventures with God, meets twice a month on Sunday afternoons in church from 4pm-4.50pm.

And for adults there is a Bible study group that meets fortnightly in the evenings. We are working our way through Mark's Gospel to discover more about Jesus. The next term starts on 30th January. All are very welcome so do download an invitation and come and join us.

Christianity for the Perplexed!

Are there aspects of the Christian faith that you find perplexing?  Are there elements of Christian teaching that seem bewildering, baffling or downright befuddling? Are you mystified by the very idea of faith in the modern world?
If you answer ‘yes’ to any of the above, then help is on offer.  Please contact the vicar by email at vicar@stcatherinestowersey.org.uk or text on 07795 292280.

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.

Millenium Window

This stained glass window was a Millennium project designed, commissioned and paid for by the village community.

Preserving our Heritage...
Providing for Future Generations

The five-yearly review of the church's fabric revealed urgent repairs required which are likely to cost in the order of £159,000. At the same time we have ambitious plans to enhance the interior of the church to meet the needs of future generations. The plans include installing an accessible toilet and small kitchenette alongside a new more flexible space at the back of the church. 

Target countdown
The financial target for the whole building project is £335,000.  So far we have received, or have commitments for £244,000 which is a wonderful total.  We thank God for all that has been given already but we still need a further £91,000. You can donate online now.
Read more here.

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