Ride and Stride

The fine summer weather brings us outdoors and once again on  Saturday 10th September we have an opportunity to cycle or walk around the countryside, villages or towns to visit churches and chapels and raise funds for Oxfordshire Historic Churches Trust and St Mary’s Chalgrove. The church will be open to welcome Striders from 10am ... Ride and Stride Read more

The Friends of St Mary’s are delighted to announce that The Alvin Roy Jazz Quartet will be performing in concert in St Mary’s Church at 7.30pm on Saturday 26th November 2022 Entry on the night by a suggested donation of £10 Read more

St Mary’s Quiz Night

  Organised by The Friends of St Mary’s Church The 17th St Mary’s Quiz Night The Mad Hatter’s Quiz Saturday 8th October Chalgrove Village Hall  Doors open  at 7pm and the quiz begins at 7.30pm. Bar and light supper refreshments available. Book the date and make enquiries with Judith Bennett on 890958 or email ... St Mary’s Quiz Night Read more

Tots is Back!

Tots is Back! At 2pm on Wednesday 3rd November 2021, we relaunched the Tots group and service.  This event runs every week at this time.  There is singing, activities, a story, and refreshments in a lovely environment, with a warm welcome. If you know of a mum, dad, or carer who might appreciate this event, ... Tots is Back! Read more

Online Course in New Testament

Online Course in New Testament Following the success of last year’s Online New Testament Greek Class, Fr Michael is running a class on the letters of St Paul this term.  The schedule of classes is listed below. All of the classes will be held on Zoom at 4pm on Wednesdays beginning Wednesday 13th October.  Because ... Online Course in New Testament Read more

The Church

The Church

The Church of England Parish of Chalgrove with Berrick Salome is in the Aston & Cuddesdon Deanery of the Diocese of Oxford

Friends of St Mary's

Friends of St Mary's

The Friends support the work of the church through social events and fundraising



The main glory of St Mary's is the internationally important scheme of medieval paintings on the upper walls of the chancel