2012 was the eighty-fifth anniversary of the opening of the “new” chapel at Churchill.The Chapel, which is about 3 miles west of Chipping Norton, draws its congregation from the villages of Kingham and Churchill, and the surrounding area.
Many of our members have dual membership with other churches e.g. Presbyterian, URC.
Sunday worship is traditional; we believe this serves the needs of those who attend, and the usual Sunday attendance is over a dozen adults.
In addition to Sunday Worship there are three activities per month.
The Tuesday circle meets on the first Tuesday of each month, and is an ecumenical meeting which grew out of the former Women’s Fellowship and the Mothers’ Union.
The Craft Fellowship meets on the second Tuesday of the month when a number of the ladies, both from the village and circuit, meet to share fellowship whilst they carry out their handicrafts, sewing, knitting etc.
The Bookswap-Coffeeshop operates on the last Monday morning of the month when about 15 or more, mainly villagers meet to exchange books, jig-saws over a cup of coffee.
As well as these formal outreach activities, a number of members of the chapel are connected with the Kingham Lunch Club. This is a Christian based organisation formed in 1985 by members of the former Kingham Chapel and St. Andrews Parish church. It provides a monthly meal for the over 70’s as well as other activities through the year.