Our vision is to show the love of Jesus within the community.
Welcome to Aston and Cote Community Church (ACCC). We are a thriving family church in the heart of the village community, made up of residents of Aston and the villages around. We cover all ages, from new born to mid-90s and our regular Sunday meetings are family-friendly, informal and contemporary in style. We are delighted to say that we are now able to meet as usual on Sunday mornings at 10.00am at the Fellowship Centre for worship and teaching, with special activities for children. See ‘Latest News’ below for more details.
If you would like someone to get in touch with you, or would like to ask for prayer, please use one of the contact details in the ‘CONTACT US’ menu. We’d love to hear from you.
Autumn at ACCC
As lockdown regulations have ended we are all cautiously getting back to normal activities and church life.
We are meeting every Sunday at 10.00am for our main weekly gathering. We meet for about an hour for worship, teaching and children’s Sunday School (or, once a month, a family service where all ages stay in the meeting throughout). For the time being, we continue to ask people to wear masks when mixing socially and when singing, but we will keep this under review.
In our main meetings over the next few months we will be studying together a key section of the prophet Isaiah (chapters 40-55), under the title ‘Isaiah: The Fifth Gospel’.
We are also excited to be able to start up a variety of midweek and smaller group activities. These include small home group meetings, men’s and women’s activities (including the welcome return of men’s curry night!), prayer breakfast and the return of Chillax – our monthly youth club for school years 7-9. See the diary of events in the ‘UPCOMING EVENTS’ section for more details.
We meet most Sundays* at 10.00 a.m. for worship, teaching and a short children’s activity.
*Once every two months we meet with our sister churches in the local ‘Roots and Rivers’ network for a joint Celebration. Please contact us for details of how to take part in these celebrations.
During the coming term, our teaching series is ‘Isaiah: the Fifth Gospel’, where we look together at the great insights that the prophet Isaiah, living over 700 years before Christ, had into God’s plan of salvation for all people through Jesus.
What we do:
Our main weekly meeting is a worship service on Sundays at 10.00am. Please note that approximately once every two months, we meet jointly with our sister churches in the Roots+Rivers network in a Celebration held in the King’s School Witney at 10.30am.