Welcome!
St Mary's is a lively church in the liberal catholic tradition of the Church of England. We are an inclusive church that will give a warm welcome to everyone.
This Week - HOLY WEEK
Sunday 20th April 2014 - EASTER DAY
10.30am Choral Eucharist of the Resurrection
This service will include the lighting of the Paschal Candle, Exultet & renewal of baptismal vows
Preacher:Canon Brian Mountford
Tuesday 15th April
12.15pm Lunchtime Eucharist
8pm Sung Compline
Thursday 17th April - MAUNDY THURSDAY
7.30pm Liturgy of the Last Supper and Stripping of the Altars
Fridauy 18th April - GOOD FRIDAY
12.00pm Stations of the Cross
1.00pm Poetry for the Passion read by younger members of the congregation
1.30pm Esther Brazil sings Francois Couperin's "Lecons de Tenebres"
2.00pm Sung Liturgy for Good Friday
Forthcoming Events:
Tuesday 29th April
6.30pm Annual Parochial Church Meeting
Sunday 11th May
8pm, John Sheppard: Media Vita & The Western Wynde Mass
For more information see our Concerts page. Tickets available from Tickets Oxford or on the door
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VACANCY: Administrator and Events Manager
The University Church of St Mary the Virgin is seeking a full-time Administrator to start as soon as possible. The Administrator is responsible to the Vicar, Canon Brian Mountford, for the smooth running of the Parish Office and manages all events at St Mary’s. The ideal candidate will have good communication skills and a flexible approach to task management.
Salary: £21,000 per annum

For further information, click on the job description link below. To apply, please send a completed application form (electronic copy below) and CV to Canon Brian Mountford, University Church of St Mary the Virgin, The High Street, Oxford, OX1 4BJ, university.church@ox.ac.uk
Job Description Administrator
Application Form

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