Charlbury is a small market town on the edge of the Cotswolds.
The stone built church was built in 1823, with a school extension added later. We are a small but lively congregation with a reputation for hospitality and friendliness.
Our activities include "Lite Bites" held on the fourth Tuesday of every month — a light lunch followed by topical discussion. Seasonal activities include Advent Workshops, coffee mornings and occasional teas and lunches
We are members of Churches Together in Charlbury (Charlbury has 5 churches) and work closely together on various projects.
Our rooms are available for hire, and are extensively used by the wider community. Apart from the church itself, we have a large upstairs hall with a kitchen at one end, and two small rooms downstairs, one of these also has a kitchen.
We have full disabled access, including disabled toilet and lift to upper hall. We also have a hearing loop in the worship area.